The best horrific music

<  The best horrific music

The best song ever in a horror movie is Stella by Starlight in 1944’s The Uninvited. When artists as diverse as Itzhak Perlman, Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, Charlie Parker, Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis and a host of others covered the song, I don’t think that’s even subject to debate. The next that comes to mind is the simple, haunting score by John Carpenter for Halloween. Goblin is used to great effect in Susperia. What else is your favorite horror movie music?

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Therese

The film score for Roman Polanski’s film, The Ninth Gate, is exceptional, with some contributions from a Korean soprano, Sumi Jo.

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