Category: Soundtrack

Dark Shadows Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2012) – By Baron Craze

  I believe many horror fans know something about the “Dark Shadows” universe, to some degree, or at least heard of the name ‘Barnabas,‘ now there’s conventions solely dedicated to this one topic and others have their fan clubs, however for the rest it varies, it’s the same concept among the slasher fans, team Freddy,…


Dead West Original Soundtrack (2016) – By Baron Craze

Composer Semih Tareen, a talented artist with an interesting background and a love affair with the horror genre, has worked before with director and writer Jeff Ferrell creates a multi-layered soundtrack for this thriller. A story surrounding a traveling serial killer, looking for love to replace his need for mass murdering, with a powerful moral…


The Mind’s Eye Original Soundtrack (2016) – By Baron Craze

The Mind’s Eye came from filmmaker Joe Begos, his second feature to Almost Human [2013], made in the form of a lost version of the Scanners famed horror franchise, and used many practical techniques to the body inflicting telekinetic movie. However, unlike his first movie, this time he presented and equally impressive film score, from…


House on Haunted Hill Soundtrack (1999) – By Baron Craze

The Matrix [1999] unexpected success served as Don Davis’ arrival and gave the movie industry and many others a necessary awakening, though not his first film composition, proving to be the industry’s wake-up call regarding his arrival, that came from The Beast [1996]. However, for Davis the 1999 year would go on to show his varied…


Return of the Living Dead Soundtrack (1985) – By Baron Craze

First, there’s a lot of great music scores and soundtracks to films, especially horror, however, I feel that The Return of the Living Dead has perhaps the finest, featuring punk, psychobilly and death rock, among a few other genres, a perfect album for such a great horror classic and one that achieves a cult following….


Cat People (1982) Soundtrack – By Baron Craze

Giorgio Moroder, an innovative Italian musician and composer as well as producer was selected as the man to deliver an exquisite score for Paul Schrader’s Cat People (1982) a remake of the 1942 classic by Jacques Tourneur. As for those unfamiliar with this flick Nastassaa Kinski portrays a young woman’s sexual awakening which transforms her…


Grizzly Soundtrack (1976) – By Baron Craze

As most know, and I never hid it, even if it’s considered by many as a lame b-movie, and a Jaws rip-off, Grizzly (1976) it’s the first horror film I recall seeing, perhaps others existed beforehand, but there’s no memory of them. Now for the first time the music for Grizzly, composed by Robert O….


Halloween 2018 Soundtrack Review – By Baron Craze

A weeks before the release of the new Halloween movie I received the soundtrack from EVP Recordings, however while I promoted the film and its music via playing selected songs on my various podcast shows Baron’s Crypt, Shredding Metal Beasts, Sinister Death and Hard Rock Madness, I avoided many of the principle tracks for good…


The Boogeyman Soundtrack Press Release

THE BOOGEYMAN – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack LP. Released by One Way Static. Pressed on Purple vinyl. Limited to 300 worldwide.  $28 THE BOOGEYMAN was a 1980 slasher film starring John Carradine, which became a “slasher genre” hit and made the UK’s banned ‘Video Nasties’ list. Two sequels also produced in 1981 and 1983. To underscore…


Interview with the Vampire (1994) Soundtrack Review – By Baron Craze

Neil Jordan’s film, Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles based on the immensely popular novel by Anne Rice, controversial when it first opened in 1994, looking at it really wasn’t scary and in some manners doesn’t match well with the novel, but that’s common with many Hollywood productions involving novel adaptions. It featured performances…