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My Father,Jeffery Sandler, was Supervising Sound Editor on this film
when I was just a boy of 11 years. He took me to work quite often, and
during post production on The Boogens, he got stumped as to how the
monster should sound. Well he comes to me and asks if I have any ideas?
And I played around with sounds that scared me and I came with the
Breathing: Vampire Breathing
Heartbeat: Heartbeat sound sped up and slowed down repeatedly
Monster Roar: Dog&Cat Fight,slowed down,played backward
That roar was the most horrific thing you ever heard. We set up the sound rig in a hallway intersection in the building(Glenn Glenn Sound)and put speakers at the end of each hall. We turned out the lights so we had dark down all of the hallways(like being in a mine)and played the sound from random directions....even though we know we were alone in the building,Me,My Dad,and a co-worker of his,none of us wanted to walk down into the dark to turn on the light alone. We were all scared out of our minds. Well, my Dad used the sound fx I came up with and gave me $50 for my work. And that was my start in the movie business at age 11.