Halloween Month wouldn’t be complete without mentioning zombies! While the genre has had its many creative twists and turns, you can’t think of the undead these days without mention of the worldwide hit series, “The Walking Dead!“ As for film picks, we recommend the 2018 film, The Cured, starring Elliot Page. Keep for two more zombie horror picks for you to enjoy this season.
Listen to Bear McCreary’s iconic “The Walking Dead,” and Rory Friers and Niall Kennedy’s ominous The Cured scores in full below.
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.
Here’s your chance to directly vote for your favorite horror film which did not make the Academy Awards® nominations. Thanks to Fangoria for nominating six (6) Lakeshore soundtrack partners on this list including Best Score for Mandy (Johann Johannsson) and Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (Fabio Frizzi), numbering 13 nominations in all! Deadline to cast your vote is Tuesday, January 29 at 11:59 PM CST.
You know what to do: vote now for your favorite Lakeshore soundtrack partner at Fangoria online.
This week, we release Rory Friers and Niall Kennedy’s score to The Cured, and a few highly-anticipated and long-awaited pre-orders are yours for the taking: Midnight Sun (featuring music by the film’s Bella Thorne and various artists), You Were Never Really Here (score by Academy Award® Nominee Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead), and Marcella (score by Grammy Award®-winning, EMMY® and BAFTA®-nominated composer Lorne Balfe). Keep reading for purchase links and more!
Ellen Page, Sam Keeley andTom Vaughan-Lawlor star in The Cured, David Freyn’s new horror film that “is going to be a genre film to beat in 2018.” (RogerEbert.com) See upcoming theater listings to get your tickets. Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack digitally, featuring score by Rory Friers and Niall Kennedy (of the band And So I Watch You From Afar), worldwide on March 2!