“Halloween” (Used 73 times)
katya-oddio on 10/18/2016 at 04:00AM
The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari (Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari) is a 1920 silent horror film considered the quintessential work of German Expressionist cinema. It tells the story of an insane hypnotist who uses a somnambulist to commit murders. The film style is creepy and features bizarre leaning, twisted, angular landscapes and sets.
Those soundtracks are now housed at the Free Music Archive in time for Halloween. Artwork, liner notes, and more information are available from the Chain Tape Collective. The complete film with the new soundtracks is available for free download from the Internet Achive under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike license.
Some of these Creative Commons licensed tracks may sync beautifully with the soundtrack for your Halloween festivities. Just try not to get creeped out of your skin.
cheyenne_h on 10/30/2015 at 03:15PM
Halloween is one of our favorite holidays, and of course we've made sure to gather some of our creepiest, best tracks for your pumpkin carving party, trick-or-treat tour, or haunted house cocktail hour. We've curated a collection of creepy stuff - check it out!
Listen to a waterphone, the source of creepy screechy sounds:
A look into the studio of a Halloween soundtrack artist, via Atlas Obscura: "We Are Still Rattling Chains and Crunching Leaves to Signal Halloween"
Proof that (audio) ghosts exist! "Radio Ghosts Have Haunted the Airwaves for Nearly a Century"
FMA music (in this case, Keshco) is being used in creepy film trailers! Here's one:
A huge collection of horror films in the Public Domain - some with names like "The Human Monster" - here's Nosferatu via Horrortheque
More than four hours of creepy prog: Il Suono Scuro
cheyenne_h on 10/31/2014 at 01:04PM
It's the time of year when everyone is running around in costumes asking for candy (or maybe that's just a typical day for you - for most of us, anyway, that type of thing is limited to Halloween)... so we've been crawling the web for some of our Halloween favorites (all licensed Creative Commons, of course).
katya-oddio on 10/30/2014 at 05:51PM
The Deuxvolt album Union of Opposites provides industrial gothic dance music for tomorrow night's Halloween dance. Deuxvolt hails from Tuscany and shares all their recordings with Creative Commons licensing. Ghouls can still shake it down on Halloween!
Irene_Rible on 10/27/2013 at 09:30PM
Triskaidekaphobiacs beware because here are 13 tracks for Halloween 2013!
This Samhain we've got William S. Burroughs getting magickal, Aleister Crowley getting remixed, haunting apocrypha, beatboxing death metal, something Balkan that sounds like an outtake from Eyes Wide Shut, and lots of spoken weirdness... but wait! There's more! Check out Halloween mixes of yore here.