I’ve always been massively into horror films and for me, what makes a great horror film, is a great soundtrack. From Goblin to Badalamenti, Morricone to Carpenter, composers who know how to bring out suspense, depression, anxiety and murderous intent have always and will always remain firm favourites of mine. I did this mix more than three years ago now, and I still come back to it time and time again… especially good for these cold, dark winter nights.

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01. Fabio Frizzi – Apoteosi Del Mistero – City of the Living Dead
02. Angelo Badalamenti – Night Life in Twin Peaks (Instrumental) – Twin Peaks
03. Goblin – Phenomena (Film Version 1) – Phenomena
04. Francesco De Masi – Fay – Lo Squartatore Di New York
05. Giovanni Cristani – The Nun Crypt – Demonia
06. Ennio Morricone – Canto For Alexis – The Stendhal Syndrome
07. Trevor Jones – Dark City – Dark City
08. Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave – Hearse Inferno – Phantasm
09. Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave – Spacegate to Infinity, Jody at Morningside, on the Move – Phantasm
10. Krzysztof Komeda – Moment Musical – Rosemary’s Baby
11. Riz Ortolani – Massacre of the Troupes – Cannibal Holocaust
12. Les Baxter – Cult Party – The Dunwich Horror
13. Danny Elfam – Masbath’s Terrible Death – Sleepy Hollow
14. Claudio Simonetti – Opening the Urn – La Terza Madra
15. Claudio Simonetti – Memories of Sarah – La Terza Madra
16. Fabio Frizzi – Verso L’alba – City of the Living Dead
17. Goblin – Sleepwalking (Alternative Version) – Phenomena
18. Jerry Goldsmith – The Forbidden Zone – Planet of the Apes
19. Riz Ortolani – Savage Rite – Cannibal Holocaust
20. Alessandro Blonksteiner – Blonk Suspense – Quella Villa Accanto Al Cimitero
21. Walter Rizzati – Voci Dal Terrore – Quella Villa Accanto Al Cimitero
22. National Philharmonic Orchestra – Iraq – The Exorcist
23. Franco Piana – Magician – Door to Silence
23. Krzysztof Komeda – Main Title – Rosemary’s Baby
 

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