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Blood Beach (1980)
An eclectic jazz-synthesizer sound track
BLOOD BEACH is slow-paced and not as chock-full of scares and action as I hoped it to be, but the saving grace is the music score by composer Gill Melle. It's an eclectic combo of jazz and synthesizer that embodies the atmosphere of the haunted beach. The main theme is a rumbling warning of doom. If you're a sound track aficionado, check it out because I don't think this music has ever been released on record or tape, let alone compact disc.
Without Warning (1980)
A great gross-out movie
I saw this movie on TV at around one in the morning in November of 1994. I stayed up to watch it all because this movie has it all: Gross-out special effects, a chilling electronic soundtrack, amusingly tacky 1970's wardrobe (Okay,Okay...if you could see what I was wearing as an eight year old when this movie was released you'd laugh), great bits of wacky dialogue, humor and tension, and a chance to see former NYPD Blue star David Caruso in an early role. It's a great movie to terrify your sister or girlfriend with, but the flying mini-pizzas that hurtle throughout might incite laughter rather than screams! This is my favorite horror movie and I highly recommend it to anyone tired of the slick, humourless, overblown teen-horror films of recent release.