Monday, August 19, 2013
Edward Douglas and Maurizio Guarini of Goblin team up for film scoring panel at Toronto's Festival of Fear
Goblin for a film scoring panel entitled An Ear For Fear at this weekend's Rue Morgue Festival of Fear in Toronto. They will be joined by Rue Morgue's Mark R. Hassan and Aaron Von Lupton as they discuss the process behind creating a horror film score, their favorite soundtracks, what makes an effective horror score, and trends in film scoring today. Rue Morgue's Festival of Fear is a part of Fan Expo Canada in Toronto this weekend (August 22-25).
Thursday, August 15, 2013
Feel the earth shake and your heart pound as you come face to face with an angry American legend. This epic original score features thunderous orchestral themes blended with early American instrumentation. Purchase the CD and DVD at the Midnight Syndicate Store now! Listen to the Axe Giant Main Title preview track on YouTube!
Monday, August 12, 2013
first preview track from the Axe Giant the Wrath of Paul Bunyan: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, on YouTube! The soundtrack will be unleashed this Friday, August 16th!
Wednesday, August 07, 2013
We've just posted photos from Monsters of Legend CD Release Party on Facebook. Many thanks to everyone who came out and made the party a great success! Special thanks to our photographer Rex B Hamilton, our sponsor and co-set designers Screamline Studios. A special shout out to Jason Blaszczak for the incredible prop and to Shaun Moffett and Chris Virgilio who went above and beyond the call of duty for teardown. A very special thanks to Geoff Beck of Shutter Productions for the great set pieces and the Golden Age of Horror video compilation that not only captivated guests but set the perfect mood throughout the night. To Jeff Glatzer - thanks for bringing FRANKENSTEIN to the party and Rick Davis of DAFE for the hearse!! Keith Martin and Hogwash for the sound system and Red Reign FX for the incredible Frankenstein prop.- winner, Ron Garsteck of Ghoulardifest - is one lucky (and very happy) guy! Thank you also to Roger Miller, Beth Miller, and Katie Lane for disturbing more than a few guests!