As you creeps well know, I’m a huge fan of the horror rock genre, and for my money no one in the business does it better than Michale Graves! From his days fronting legendary horror punk band the Misfits, all the way to his latest release from Hydraulic Entertainment “The Lost Skeleton Returns”, Michale has provided fans with a multitude of instant Halloween classics (although your ol’ pal The Ouija Board Kid recommends a healthy dose of this type of music everyday year ‘round)!
Recently Michale has unleashed a series of music videos, each featuring scenes from classic fright films of years past set to his unforgettable music, as well as a long form narrative video for his new track “Zombie”! Why not check them all out now and create the perfect soundtrack for this ghoulish holiday!
As a bonus, Hydralic Entertainment CEO and Producer of The Lost Skeleton Returns, Mark Allen Stuart recently revealed his top 10 favorite horror films (and the emphasis is on great retro classics)! Here’s the list:
10) Signs (that scene when they see the alien for the first time on TV -scariest 30 seconds in the history of film)…
9) Last Man on Earth (it disturbed me for days when i first watched it)
8) 28 Days Later (created the “fast” zombie)
7) Alien (you never really saw the alien – but the fear was riveting)
6) Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956 Mad Men meet alien impostors – are you really you? It messes with your mind scary)
5) John Carpenters Halloween 2 (will that night ever end)
4) Psycho (taxidermist boy next door)
3) John Carpenters The Thing (the first gross out sci-fi horror film)
2) Night of the Living Dead (watch it at 2am alone and tell me it doesn’t get to you)
1) John Carpenters Halloween (BY FAR THE BEST Halloween film ever)
Feel free to list your must see fright flicks in the comments section!
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