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Netflix recently added multiple horror titles including Insidious, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, House, Children of the Corn, I Sell the Dead, Chillerama, Creepshow 2, House II, Vamp, Final Destination 2, C.H.U.D., Return of the Killer Tomatoes, Midnight Movie, and The Evil of Frankenstein.
Also, don’t forget that Netflix added The Walking Dead Season 1 to their streaming service not too long ago, and has a deal in place to stream future seasons as well. While some Netflix users find their TV and new release offerings to be lacking, the horror category is something they continue to update regularly and there are plenty of classic/cult titles to enjoy.
- Jonathan James
As horror fans know better than anyone, the best way to beef up a film's mood and atmosphere is through the use of music, and few did that better than the composers who worked for Hammer Films in its heyday. Which is why we're thrilled to pass on the news that three new compilations of Hammer film soundtrack music will be made available through Silva Screen on March 28th.
Released as part of The Hammer Legacy series, "The Vampire Collection", "The Frankenstein Collection", and "The Science Fiction Collection" will feature some of the best music from the likes of Hammer composers Tristram Cary, Harry Robinson and James Bernard.
According to the official Hammer website the downloadable soundtracks will be available through iTunes and other digital retailers.
The complete track listing is below:
The Hammer Legacy: The Vampire Collection
1. Kiss Of The Vampire - Opening Credits (James Bernard)
2. Kiss Of The »
- Uncle Creepy
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