31 Days of Halloween: Three Horror Soundtracks By Women Composers

In our month-long celebration of Halloween and horror titles, we handpick some of the most memorable film scores and soundtracks in recent memory, such as these three horror scores composed by women: What Keeps You Alive, The Lure and M.F.A.  See links below for the films and soundtracks!

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WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE – [Download/Listen/Buy] Watch Movie: [ShowTIme][iTunes]
Score by Brittany Allen.

140 Best Horror Movies of 2010s  on RottenTomatoes.com

New York Times Critics’ Pick Film


THE LURE – [Download/Listen/Buy] Watch Movie: [Criterion Collection][iTunes]
Corki Dancingu, Various Artists.

The Lure Soundtrack | Lakeshore Records

“The film mixes magical realism with madcap hilarity and unnerving horror, all set to an irreverent cabaret soundtrack.” – Horror Freak News


M.F.A.- [Download/Listen] Stream Movie: [Prime Video][iTunes]
Score by Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli.

We’ve spoken very highly, and rightfully so, of Natalia Leite’s M.F.A. (review)… “Pursuing Him”, which uses heavy synths and almost sultry breaths to create a feeling of anticipation, as though a chase is taking place and we’re not sure who is going to be caught. – Jonathan Barkan, Dread Central

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