Man...no album says Halloween, whether it's being played during the Pre-Scare Boofet @ Knott's, on the escalators to hell @ Universal, or in the car on the ride to...as Halloween Hootenany!!!! Not a bad track in the bunch!!!!!!
and keep'em coming!
The Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack is honestly all I want to listen to right now.
can't beat some psychobilly music around Halloween.
one of the best.
Sangre! Es lo que han, Sangre! Es lo que han vencer! Es lo que quieren, lo quieren ver! :punk:
Shock Interview: Producer Jason Blum Offers a Preview of L.A.'s Blumhouse of Horrors | Shock Till You Drop
Beginning October 4th, those living in and around Los Angeles will have one more haunted attraction to check out this Halloween season.
Producer Jason Blum has made a significant mark on the horror genre, shepherding films such as the Paranormal Activity franchise, Insidious, the upcoming Sinister, The Bay and Lords of Salem and, now, he's exploring another medium with The Blumhouse of Horrors, a haunt opening in downtown L.A. at the 88-year-old Variety Arts Center.
Last night, Shock Till You Drop was given an early look the attraction which proved to be an impressive, extravagant affair with stunning production design and, more importantly, terrific scares. Visitors will weave through the labyrinthine building's multiple floors experiencing not just traditional "boo!" gags but magic as well. And the backdrop of the story - set against the 1930s vaudevillian theater scene - offers many spooky, fog-enshrouded environments to explore and introduces visitors to plenty of interesting, often ghoulish/often gorgeous characters.
At 40 minutes in length, The Blumhouse of Horrors is definitely one of the best new haunts in the area...