Last year marked the 40th anniversary of Creepshow, the legendary collaboration between writer Stephen King and director George A. Romero, a colorful tribute to the gory horror comics of the 1950s.
But the jewel in Creepshow‘s crown was the wonderful soundtrack created by composer-director John Harrison.
Based around an original interview, hear how John grew up watching sci-fi movies at his local cinema, toured with R&B legend Roy Buchanan, connected with George Romero in Pittsburgh – and almost completely by accident – came to score one of the most exciting soundtracks in horror film history.
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