Halloween 2

Tyler Bates

If you have ever grabbed your arm rest in fright while watching the recent Halloween remake or buried your face in your scarf (as I often do during the scary parts of movies) when a particular stanza in the Dawn of the Dead score made you jump, you are already familiar with composer Tyler Bates‘ work. With Halloween upon us, I thought it only appropriate to sit down with Bates to pick his brain about all things horror from his favorite scary movies to what he loves about composing for them to his favorite Halloween memories (and costumes.) Read on to hear about his experience working with directors Rob Zombie and Neil Marshall, how his early exposure to horror films may have set his current career in motion, and what may happen when you attend a wedding on Halloween.

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Carpenter seems untouchable these days, and he’s only getting started. See what he’s got up his sleeve inside…

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Rob Zombie had plenty of chances to get his sequel to his Halloween reboot in front of audiences, first in August and then with a fizzled re-release on Halloween this past October. Now, you have a chance to watch it again. And this time, you should really be drinking.

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All hell appears to be breaking loose. Think about all of the critically acclaimed films of the year, then think about the ones that the internet (and more specifically Twitter) has been talking about all year. Those are all out on Blu-ray this week!

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves defusing bombs. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. This week features three MUST BUYS including The Hurt Locker, In the Loop, and Moon! (But Big Fan can suck it…)

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This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we invite Fat Guy Kevin Carr to give his opinion on a truly horrific weekend of bad releases. Also, we talk about the movies that came out.

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With all two horror releases this weekend, you’d think it was Halloween. But you should know better, since no horror is ever released when it makes sense.

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With Rob Zombie’s Halloween II and the fourth installment in the Final Destination series out in theaters this weekend, FSR’s resident Devil’s Advocate Josh Radde and guest Adam Sweeney decided not to debate between the two franchises, but rather: what is the best horror film of the decade?

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It turned out my premonition about who would finish first at the box office this weekend was pretty accurate, as The Final Destination took the top spot with a haul of $28 million.

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The zombie film you may not know about. Long before Romero, there was Tourneur, a director that mastered the art of suspense and terror without any special effects. Leave your comfortable seat, avoid the theater this weekend, and head for the tropical hell of the Caribbean where the dead that walk the night aren’t nearly as scary as the living.

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Two absolutely frightening movies, both loaded with death, do battle in this weekend’s box office duel to the death: Halloween IIand The Final Destination. Oh, and for you Aquarius-type people there’s Taking Woodstock.

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Wait, this little fuck?

If there is one roving menace that still haunts the world in which we live, it is the threat of possible attack from Michael Myers. And now that it seems he can attack at any time of year, it’s even more important for us to stay vigilant.

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A little less than a year ago Brea Grant was still relatively under the radar, making her debut on Heroes as the speedy Daphne Middlebrook. How the times have changed.

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The fine, bloodthirsty gentlemen over at Bloody-Disgusting have unveiled a brand new, unused trailer for the upcoming Rob Zombie directed horror film Halloween II this evening, and it’s got me wondering about the nature of this film — is it supposed to be funny? Because I seem to be laughing.

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The summer’s almost over, and so far it’s been an incredibly mixed bag movie-wise.

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How cool would a cross-over between Rob Zombie’s ‘Halloween’ and Sandra Bullock’s ‘The Net’ be? Not very, which is why this post is about Halloween 2′s new trailer.

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Rob Zombie slapped together a poster for Halloween 2 and now we’re all going to look at it together, friends.

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Rob Zombie has his hands on a second Halloween film, and we have our hands on a picture of Michael Myers’ new mask.

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