The Book will feature twelve separate tales of terror centered around Rome, with each filmmaker given the freedom to bring the stories to life any way they see fit.
Roy Z's metalized score to the wacky George Romero-voiced video game is out now. Check out our review and listen to a sample!
To celebrate Goblin's first North American tour, we present an awesome rap version of their theme to the Argento classic!
You've got to love October, because everyone gets into the Halloween spirit, and we welcome a glut of horror movies and Halloween-themed clothing, TV, music, decorations, food... pretty much everything.
This UK-based record company specializes in classy vinyl editions of horror movie soundtracks... including a brand new recording from the one and only Goblin. Read on and listen to some new tracks!
This retro-rock unit finds inspiration in John Carpenter film scores and other retro '70s/'80s soundtracks. Read our review of their latest album and hear a new track!
The Tokyo Broadcasting System once aired a radically altered version of George Romero's zombie classic. Check out some clips from that infamous broadcast!
The band behind the soundtracks of some of Dario Argento's most haunting films (Suspiria, Deep Red, Tenebrae, Phenomena) is launching their first North American tour.
The iconic Italian rock band will make horror music history with a live performance at Austin's new Housecore Horror Film Festival this October. Read on for details!
Fans of classic giallo have been waffling about Peter Strickland's challenging meta-horror film, but Broadcast's old-school score will definitely trip you back to that genre's glory days... all the way down to the blood-curdling screams. Check out our review!