Thursday Movie Picks - Horror Edition: Scores


We're in for another Horror themed month over at Wandering Through The Shelves. This week we're talking about iconic horror movie themes/scores. I'm not even going to bother trying to think outside of the box with this one because I have my favorites and I know they're popular


1) Halloween -
How can I not go with John Carpenter's iconic theme? This is one of the most recognizable pieces of movie music anywhere and I love it. 


2) Suspiria -
The soundtrack of this movie is practically a character in of itself. It's one of my favorite horror films and I especially love watching it around this time of year. 


3) Rocky Horror Picture Show -
Another very popular one, but how can you not love singing along to this? I still love going to midnight showings of this.

Comments

  1. "I'm just a sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania-ah-ah-ah" You can't go wrong any of those soundtracks and those movies. I went all John Carpenter for my picks but I didn't choose Halloween because it was too obvious.

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  2. Halloween is an iconic soundtrack, and for one that is so simple, it's surprising how effective it is (the main Jaws theme is similar in that respect).

    Goblin's soundtrack for Suspiria is one of the best aspects of the film.

    I'm not a huge Rocky Horror fan. I'm far more partial to Phantom of the Paradise--I like the music more, too.

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  3. Halloween is one I only saw about two years ago or so and the theme is certainly iconic. Haven’t seen the other two but Rocky Horror is on Disney+ so I’ll be seeing it soon.

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  4. Gosh I'm late here. I have not seen Susperia but Halloween is great and how could I not remember Rocky Horror?! That's a perfect pick for this week

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    1. I'm glad you're here no matter what! Suspiria is great, highly recommend.

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  5. I just love the soundtrack for Rocky Horror Picture Show. Sooo good!

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