Film scholar Michael Brown explores how the 1999 found-footage classic heightens reality for maximum fear.
While THE MUNSTERS gig is understandably jarring to those who know Zombie only through his films, kitsch B-movie horror has always been the bedrock of his copious musical output.
From THE DEAD NEXT DOOR to HELLBENDER, regional horror continues to do more with less.
In this all new installment of ARCHIVAL HORROR, film scholar Michael Brown looks at the urban legends and oral traditions that fuel the horror of CANDYMAN.
It is oftentimes a project’s music that holds the hand of the audience, grounding the story in reality and exposing the humanity within. Let’s look at some key traits of recent true crime score standouts that include Hulu’s CANDY and THE DROPOUT, Netflix’s BAD VEGAN: FAME. FRAUD. FUGITIVES., and Peacock’s THE THING ABOUT PAM.