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The 20 Greatest Original Horror Scores

IndieWire

This Friday sees the release of David Robert Mitchell's hotly buzzed horror film "It Follows" (review here, some spoilers), a fun, stylish fusion of down-and-dirty genre horror with arthouse aesthetics. But it's not only visually sumptuous —a significant part of its atmosphere is down to its fantastic score, which is used lavishly and loudly throughout: a heavily John Carpenter-inspired roiling mass of disquieting atonal blares and drones from Distasterpeace's Rich Vreeland (check out three exclusive tracks).

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