Check out the kind words from a fan of the new I SELL THE DEAD Vinyl Soundtrack, and take a peek at the color of the record itself.
For the first time on vinyl, the soundtrack composed by Jeff Grace (House of The Devil, In a Valley of Violence).
Limited edition of 500 copies on blood red and purple swirl vinyl. Housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with exclusive liner notes from the one and only Angus Scrimm!
On Friday night, the great Angus Scrimm was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award, and saluted by Fessenden and James Felix McKenney, at the 13th edition of the New York City Horror Film Festival, taking place at Tribeca Cinemas.
“Jeff Grace got his start providing various music services for Howard Shore including music preparation, producing, and editing. In 2005 his debut feature film score The Roost (2005) established an enduring relationship with indie-darling director Ti West which continues to this day. It’s a score of uncompromising creativity harnessing the unique sound qualities of chamber strings and a superlative example of “less-is-more” precision scoring…”
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From Ken W. Hanley at DiaboliqueMagazine.com:
For two decades now, independent genre filmmaker Larry Fessenden has navigated the world of horror, fighting against other low-budget horror outlets to emerge as a gateway for some of the most promising talents in the horror community today. Without Fessenden at the wheel of his ship, subversive horror might have drifted too far into the realm of satire or exploitation. And while Fessenden works his magic with his production company, Glass Eye Pix, the man Continue Reading »
Actor Dominic Monaghan speaks about I SELL THE DEAD in a recent interview with Huffington Post. Dominic played Arthur, apprentice to Willie Grimes (Fessenden), in Glenn McQuaid’s tale of grave robbers and Continue Reading »
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