In 2005, there was an indie film called Silent Horror that payed tribute to the survival horror video game genre. The film’s synopsis reads, “A mysterious message from a dead friend sends Mark London back to Quiet Knoll, trapped in a place corrupted by evil and insanity, where monsters have replaced the simple townsfolk in our spoof on the Silent Hill series.”
The soundtrack to this film was composed by Dale North, who has since become the editor for Destructoid. It has long been sought after and now, almost ten years later, it’s finally available via online retailers. You can snag it via iTunes or Bandcamp.
Listen to the dark, gritty soundtrack below.
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