Tag Archives: Tuesday Tunes

Tuesday Tunes: Dancing In the Dark

Hey everyone, This is your old pal Rob Ridenour dropping by to do a quick Tuesday Tunes for you all. I gotta admit I’ve missed talking with everyone on Facebook and the blog site. I’ve hope everyone has been doing well. Ryan and Jose have a lot of cool stuff...READ MORE...

Tuesday Tunes: Christopher Young’s “The Hellbound Heart”

Hello Friends: Christopher Young‘s “The Hellbound Heart” is lightning in a bottle; it’s one of those compositions that crosses that line that separates music and feeling, and fuzzies the boundaries entirely. It starts with this mellifluous, smoky flute fantasy that ties us up in ethereal knots and carries us into...READ MORE...

Tuesday Tunes: Dreams Of Angelique

Daniel Licht’s score for Hellraiser: Bloodline was a breath of fresh air after the disappointing score for Hell On Earth which focused more on popular rock music to drive its story rather than the use of traditional orchestrations. With Bloodline it was obvious the filmmakers wanted to go back to a...READ MORE...

Tuesday Tunes: Nightbreed Main Titles

Once again it was time for me to stretch out… Combining dark/fun/sweet/tribal all into one. The great joy in the score for me, other than working for Clive Barker, was being able to use the children’s voices and a whole slew of ethnic drums and instruments together with an orchestra,...READ MORE...

Tuesday Tunes: History of the Devil by the Seeing Ear Theater

Hello Friends: This week we bring you the “History of the Devil” audio play produced by the Seeing  Ear Theater in 1999. This play was originally published in Incarnations: Three Plays in 1995 (click for Amazon link). In it,  Lucifer himself is brought to trial and, clue by clue, we piece together the...READ MORE...

Tuesday Tunes: ‘The Dectective’

First off, I want to dedicate this Tuesday Tunes to the late Daniel Von Bargen who did an amazing job in the movie as Nix. You will not be forgotten. All of us here at the Podcast offer our deepest sympathies to his family and friends. Simon Boswell’s compelling score...READ MORE...