18 Creepie tunes from the most famous horror movies in history. Shudder with the music from 'THE BAD SEED'. Legendary tunes like 'The Phantom Of The Opera'. Or 'PSYCHO'. There is no sound more formative and fundamental to horror-movie scintillation than the screeching strings in the shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho' composed by Bernard Herrmann. Those strings, forcibly played, seemingly sounding in an alien frequency, have freaked people out ever since. There are the soundtracks from 1960's 'Little Shop Of Horrors' and 'The Return Of Dracula'. The final track is for 'I Bury The Living' praised for its 'dark, moody cinematography', 'sometimes striking if sparse visual design' and 'ominous music'. Tracklist Side A: 1. Psycho (1960) 2. The Return Of Dracula (1958) 3. The Curse Of The Werewolf (1961) 4. The Innocents (1961) 5. The Abominable Snowman (1957) 6. The Little Shop Of Horrors (1960) 7. Et Mourir De Plaisir (Aka Blood & Roses) (1960) 8. The Bad Seed (1956) 9. Black Sunday (1960) Side B: 1. The Phantom Of The Opera (1962) 2. Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1956) 3. Les Yeux Sans Visage (Aka Eyes Without A Face) (1959) 4. Carnival Of Souls (1962) 5. I Vampiri (Aka The Devil's Commandment) (1956) 6. House Of Usher (1960) 7. Caltiki, Il Mostro Immortale (Aka Caltiki The Immortal Monster) 8. I Married A Monster From Outer Space (1958) 9. I Bury The Living (1958).