Musical Montage’s tribute to spooky classical pieces wraps up with Beethoven classic piano piece, Moonlight Sonata, which was a major factor in the first Resident Evil game and other movies and TV shows.
With Halloween closing in, Ouija managed to capitalize on the increased interest in horror by taking the number one spot, while John Wick had a decent but not spectacular opening.
You’ll think you’ve entered the mystical throne room of a troll king as you listen to Edvard Grieg’s classic “In the Hall of the Mountain King”.
Make sure you follow the traditions of Halloween, like wearing a costume and giving out candy, or else Sam will arrive to punish you.
Mussogursky’s classic piece has been featured in a number of things but it’s probably best known for unleashing one of the most horrific and intimidating Disney characters of all time onto the world, the demonic Chernabog from Fantasia.
For this month’s spooky installments of Musical Montage, we’ll be featuring iconic classical pieces that have been used in horror movies over the years and, to kick things off, we have the iconic organ piece Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Bach.
Tons of great stuff out this week including the classic MMPR story “Green with Evil”, the first season of the excellent Brooklyn Nine-Nine and a bunch of complete horror collections, like our Pick of the Week, Halloween: The Complete Collection.
The director of Blair Witch returns to found footage with Exists, where a group of friends on a trip in the woods find themselves targeted by a vicious Bigfoot.
Annabelle, the creepy demonic doll stopped by the Warrens before the events of The Conjuring gets her own spin-off this October.
A group of teens trying to talk to their dead friend instead come into contact with dark forces in this Halloween’s Ouija.