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Old 03-18-2015, 01:31 PM
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The soundtrack for The Entity is a great one.





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Old 03-19-2015, 10:07 AM
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The ending track in The Mist.
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Brother was more of the Soundtrack Man but quite a few I like...
THE SHINING (1980) Wendy Carlos is amazing
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968).Those library cues work just fine.
THE THING (1982). So spare, yet so effective
FRIDAY, THE 13th (1980). Cheesy, but gets the job done.
THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON (1954). Love the "Creature" theme
JAWS (1975). My favorite Williams score
SCREAM (1996). Lot of good songs on here
DAWN OF THE DEAD (1978) Good work by Goblin, especially the creepy bass.
THE EXORCIST (1973) Awful film, but Mike Oldfield's work is amazing.
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I live for horror themes. Many of my favorites I knew before seeing the movies, and others I still have yet to see the movie too. XD

- Halloween theme
- Friday the 13th theme
- Poltergeist theme
- Exorcist theme
- The Fog theme
- American Werewolf in London medley
- Ghostbusters theme
- Psycho theme
- Cursed soundtrack
- Beetlejuice theme (and just about anything by Danny Elfman)
- The Howling theme
- Nightmare on Elm Street theme
- Amityville Horror theme
- The Omen theme
- Jaws theme
- Wolfman 2010 soundtrack
- Silent Hill theme
- Saw theme
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Old 04-26-2015, 02:10 PM
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This thread lack most bad movies with great sound. So many from 80s I have for music only.
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Old 10-19-2017, 06:30 PM
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Jaws, Halloween, Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street all have great soundtracks. They help to stand in for the villain, signify it's there or throw you off.

As for soundtracks with songs with lyrics, I always liked Return of the Living Dead (particularly 'Tonight, We'll Make Love Before We Die' by SSQ). Actually, that whole soundtrack is awesome.

Also, I like the song 'I Never Dreamed Someone Like You Could Love Someone Like Me' sung by Katie Irving. It plays in the original version of 'Carrie' when Carrie dances with Tommy. The song describes Carrie so well. She really wants Tommy to like her and is very surprised that he seems to. It's a sweet moment that leaves you even more horrified when the bucket of blood falls.

Another song in a horror movie that I find good is 'There He Goes Again' performed by the Hues Corporation...and I mean performed. The group sings it and dances to it in the movie Blacula during the main club scene. It's a fun song and makes the movie that much more entertaining.

Finally, when I think about songs in horror movies, I think about 'Nightmare' sung by Tuesday Knight in A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 4: The Dream Master. It plays during the opening credits. It's kind of cheesy, but that's what I like about it.
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Not much I can add here, most of what I came in to say has been listed already.

That being said, here’s a couple from my favorite slasher series that are not only good tunes, but ones that are responsible for some of the best dancing in the genre








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