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 Post subject: So Halloween is coming
PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2013 8:43 am 
Any chance of some Halloween themed releases from Intrada? Hocus Pocus? We know you are working on it! :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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jwb wrote:
Any chance of some Halloween themed releases from Intrada? Hocus Pocus? We know you are working on it! :wink:


There are a couple of Halloween releases coming in October. Approvals permitting.


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interesting interesting...hope it is something in the horror genre then,,,Scarecrow by Plummeri Intrada released was such a left hook and caught me by surprise and plays alot in my crib and more of that sort of thing would be most welcomed :)

Robert Folks The Slayer (1982)
Jay Chattaways Maniac Cop 1-2 (hoping Intrada solved this title in one way or another)
Joel Goldsmiths Watchers
Bill Contis Nomads (also a lost gem I´m hoping will crawl out from it´s hideout)
OR INTRADA surprises us with releasing either Goldsmiths Psycho 2 or Burewells Psycho 3

one can hope Halloween will crawl under your skin with one cool horrorscore to give you nightmares :mrgreen:

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It's safe to say that one of the scores does not date far back given Doug's comment a while ago that one was mixed from 48-track elements.

It will be interesting to see what the titles are if everything goes according to plan.


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:17 am 
Roger Feigelson wrote:
jwb wrote:
Any chance of some Halloween themed releases from Intrada? Hocus Pocus? We know you are working on it! :wink:


There are a couple of Halloween releases coming in October. Approvals permitting.


Some of my want list of Halloween/dark/spooky/scary themed releases:

The Addams Family (Marc Shaiman) [Paramount Pictures / Orion Pictures]
Ernest Scared Stupid (Bruce Arnston, Kirby Shelstad) [Touchstone Pictures / Buena Vista Pictures]
Hocus Pocus (John Debney) [Walt Disney Pictures / Buena Vista Pictures]
Pet Sematary (Elliot Goldenthal) [Paramount Pictures]
Dracula (John Williams) [Universal Pictures]
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (Frank Skinner) [Universal Pictures]
Salem's Lot (Harry Sukman) [Warner Bros. / CBS]
Spaced Invaders (David Russo) [Touchstone Pictures / Buena Vista Pictures]
Practical Magic (Alan SilvestrI / Michael Nyman combo set) [Warner Bros.]
Dark City (Trevor Jones) [New Line Cinema]
Once Bitten (John Du Prez) [The Samuel Goldwyn Company]
Nightbreed (Danny Elfman) [20th Century Fox / Morgan Creek]
Flatliners (James Newton Howard) [Columbia Pictures]
Tremors (Ernest Troost) [Universal Studios]
Child's Play 2 (Graeme Revell) [Universal Studios]


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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jwb wrote:
Roger Feigelson wrote:
jwb wrote:
Any chance of some Halloween themed releases from Intrada? Hocus Pocus? We know you are working on it! :wink:


There are a couple of Halloween releases coming in October. Approvals permitting.


Some of my want list of Halloween/dark/spooky/scary themed releases:

The Addams Family (Marc Shaiman) [Paramount Pictures / Orion Pictures]
Ernest Scared Stupid (Bruce Arnston, Kirby Shelstad) [Touchstone Pictures / Buena Vista Pictures]
Hocus Pocus (John Debney) [Walt Disney Pictures / Buena Vista Pictures]
Pet Sematary (Elliot Goldenthal) [Paramount Pictures]
Dracula (John Williams) [Universal Pictures]
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (Frank Skinner) [Universal Pictures]
Salem's Lot (Harry Sukman) [Warner Bros. / CBS]
Spaced Invaders (David Russo) [Touchstone Pictures / Buena Vista Pictures]
Practical Magic (Alan SilvestrI / Michael Nyman combo set) [Warner Bros.]
Dark City (Trevor Jones) [New Line Cinema]
Once Bitten (John Du Prez) [The Samuel Goldwyn Company]
Nightbreed (Danny Elfman) [20th Century Fox / Morgan Creek]
Flatliners (James Newton Howard) [Columbia Pictures]
Tremors (Ernest Troost) [Universal Studios]
Child's Play 2 (Graeme Revell) [Universal Studios]


They're in there somewhere.


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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In the above list, Dracula, Hocus Pocus and Salem's Lot are the big three with regard to most requested titles.

I love Flatliners. Although I doubt it's among the Halloween releases, a release of it sometime would be greatly appreciated.


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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I'd love Child's Play 2.

Hoje someday Fright Night Part II is released.


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T. Newman Fan wrote:
In the above list, Dracula, Hocus Pocus and Salem's Lot are the big three with regard to most requested titles.


Yes Hocus or Dracula then is good guesses...I would cry with joy if it would be Salem´s Lot, but Williams isn´t something I would ignore either :wink: . Hocus Pocus is not something I remember but would give it a shot as many speaks fondly of it...

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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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I love Shaiman's score for The Addams Family, but is that much missing?


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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Hocus Pocus would be the greatest Halloween release ! :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 5:16 am 
Roger Feigelson wrote:

They're in there somewhere.


This makes me happy.

I know some of you may see that list and go "what?" with a few of the choices, such as Earnest Scared Stuipid, Spaced Invaders, or Once Bitten, these scores are fantastic surprisingly.

Samples:

Earnest Scared Stupid Suite


Once Bitten Main Titles (Tango)


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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I'm all in for horror scores. Unfortunately I don't have that many horror sdtks in my collection... :(

But I hope a certain other action/adventure score from 1990 will be released in October as well.... :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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Here's another vote for SALEM'S LOT. If it's not, I'll look forward to other Intrada Halloween titles, but SL is a gem.


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 Post subject: Re: So Halloween is coming
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I'd love to see THE GATE (1986) get a CD release. I don't believe it's ever had a release anywhere.


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