Enter The Further With The 'Insidious: Chapter 2' Soundtrack

One of the most amazing things for me in James Wan’s Insidious was the fantastic score by composer Joseph Bishara (who also played the Lipstick Demon). It was eerie, unorthodox, and truly unsettling. It’s one of my favorite soundtracks to put on when I’m in desperate need of feeling chills run up and down my spine.

Now, the soundtrack to the hit sequel Insidious: Chapter 2 is available and can be purchased directly from Void Recordings . The soundtrack comes in CD, vinyl, MP3, and WAV options. Bishara’s work is constantly worthwhile, so be sure to pick this one up. READ MORE


[Fantasia '13] Jonny Gives His Take On 'The Conjuring'

There is something to be said about being scared. Your heart races. Sweat appears on your brow. You can’t sit still. Your ears strain to pick up each and every sound, no matter how insignificant. It’s a delicious feeling, one that I love. Unfortunately, and I’m sure many horror fans can empathize, it is a feeling that is becoming rarer and rarer each day. With each film I watch, my nerves become stronger, my threshold for fear larger. In short, it takes a helluva lot to scare me anymore.

When it was said that James Wan’s The Conjuring was rated R for simply being too scary to rate PG-13, I let myself feel some stirrings of hope. I wanted to believe that there was a film that could truly make me feel fear. Wan’s previous film Insidious came very close, seriously creeping me out at several times, but never reaching that point where I felt true fear. Still, I loved Insidious and hoped that Wan could take what he had done there and take it to a higher level. READ MORE

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James Wan Confirms Joseph Bishara Back As Composer For 'Insidious Chapter 2'

Just announced earlier today was Insidious Chapter 2, the sequel to 2010′s Insidious (which I cannot tell you how much I loved). The film has a release date of August 30th, 2013, which is incredibly soon for a film that has to be shot, edited, finalized, marketed, and ultimately released.

Now, director James Wan has confirmed via Twitter that Joseph Bishara, who composed the first film as well as played the Lipstick Demon, will be back as composer at the very least. Also, could the Lipstick Demon be back? Wan refused to release any plot details, so we’ll just have to wait and see! Check below for the Twitter exchange. READ MORE


[Interview] Metallica's Kirk Hammett Talks 'Too Much Horror Business' Plus Possibility Of Next Book

Bloody-Disgusting is thrilled to bring you an exclusive interview with Kirk Hammett, the legendary lead guitarist of Metallica! We got the opportunity to ask Kirk a few questions about Metallica before we dove into the world of horror and his book Too Much Horror Business (Amazon). We also get to hear stories of Kirk’s childhood as well as a bit about Cliff Burton and his love of horror. You can read this exclusive interview below! READ MORE