What are your favorite horror movies of all time? Getting into the Halloween mood, Rotten Tomatoes came up with their own list of best horror movies of the 2010s, with 16 Lakeshore Records soundtrack partners staking a claim on the list! Check it out below and listen to the soundtracks. See the full list at Rotten Tomatoes.
This week, Lakeshore Records presents a collection of new film and television soundtrack releases you don’t want to miss, including: Tag (Score by Germaine Franco), 12 Monkeys (score by Stephen Barton), Future World (score by TOYDRUM), and Saturday Church (original music by Nathan Larson); plus new Stranger Things Season 1 and Season 2 releases you don’t want to miss! Also, three can’t-miss albums debut on Bandcamp, and another composer power-duo soundtrack release is on the horizon. Keep reading to get the details.
Get to know Toydrum (Pablo Clements and James Griffith formerly of UNKLE), the electronic music duo behind Prevenge movie’s “deeply haunting score!” In this interview with James Griffith at Dread Central, James walks us through the collaboration with the film’s writer, director and star, Alice Lowe, and how the duo went about scoring for a film that was a dark comedy with horror elements.
In celebration of the Prevenge movie theatrical release, Daily Dead caught up with the film’s composers, Pablo Clements and James Griffith (aka Toydrum). Clements and Griffith talk about their affinity for horror movies and what films inspired them (e.g. Taxi Driver) on their film scoring journey for Prevenge. Read the full interview at Daily Dead.
Critics have called Alice Lowe’s new slasher flick, Prevenge, everything from maniacal to funny to subversive and brilliant. I’m happy to report the same praise applies to the film’s score, a compelling collection of giallo-referencing, synth-driven cues created by the talented duo Toydrum (UNKLE folk Pablo Clements and James Griffith). – Vehlinggo
Vehlinggo reviews the score to Prevenge, Alice Lowe’s brilliant new film, opening this week in select NY/LA theaters, and you can read the full story here. Have you listened to the entire album? Let us know in the comments below!