“[Ben Lovett’s score] maintains some of the brooding Gothic atmosphere of the original while giving a modern (and much more textured) twist, striking a balance between homage and invention. These pieces also beg for repeat listens, as every time I discovered new sounds and melodies.” – The Film Scorer
Much has been said about Ben Lovett’s Hellraiser score paying homage to Christopher Young’s iconic composition, all while making his 2022 score his own. Have you revisited the Hellraiser 1-3 scores to dig into the analysis yourself? We’ve compiled a list of all four scores (which include Randy Miller’s Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth score) for you to take a deeper dive.
The time has arrived: Randy Miller’s score to Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth arrives on vinyl! In this Anniversary edition, the score has been re-mastered for this special reissue. As part of the original iconic Hellraiser movie trilogy, the score deserves its own collectible release. You’ll just have to check out the details below.
The Clive Barker film was released in 1992 and stars Doug Bradley (Pinhead/Captain Elliot Spencer), Terry Farrell Kevin Bernhardt and Paula Marshall. The film is ranked as the No. 3 best Hellraiser film, according to Nerdist. Directed by Anthony Hickox (Waxworks), the film is available now on Blu-ray/DVD and Digital (watch on iTunes).
Coming June 28 is the vinyl release of Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth featuring score by Randy Miller. The full artwork reveal originally premiered at Dread Central, where you can check out more details! Are you a die-hard Hellraiser movie fan? This is the latest special remastered anniversary release by Lakeshore Records from the iconic horror film franchise!
New soundtracks this week: Nathaniel Mechaly’s score to O.G., Randy Miller’s score to Hellraiser III, and Thomas Ades’ score to Colette comes to CD. Also, keep reading for a peek at forthcoming new releases to new feature films!
On this edition of Throwback Thursday, we take a look back at Lakeshore’s release of Hellraiser 30th Anniversary Edition and Hellraiser II 30th Anniversary Edition, both featuring score by Christopher Young! Which of the Hellraiser films and scores are your favorite?