In a genre where there are thousands of frightful tracks to choose from, these are 13 of the scariest.
To paraphrase Stephen King, sometimes they come back … and often they suck.
John Carpenter, Dean Cundey, Tommy Lee Wallace, and the late Debra Hill reconstruct the horror masterpiece through several never-before-seen interviews from years past.
Do you hate flying? Are you terrified of dogs? Do you loathe spiders? Fear no more!
Because every genre’s entitled to one good scare.
These are the ones that terrify us in ways we never quite get over.
Warning: These compositions may cause severe nightmares.
Revisiting the tales that gave a generation something to scream about.
Here’s hoping your inner child doesn’t wake up screaming tonight.
Here’s a Friday the 13th soundtrack that never fails to frighten.
Fifty years ago, the late George A. Romero delivered an uncompromising nightmare that’s never ended.
A complete dissection of the antiheroes and creeps from The Horror Master.