Halloween II - 30th Anniversary Expanded Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by John Carpenter, Alan HowarthWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Halloween III: Complete Original Motion Picture Score by John Carpenter and Alan HowarthWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
John Carpenter and Alan Howarth managed to do something not many people have been able to do with their score to Halloween II. They managed to take the blueprint of the first films score and make it bigger, darker and nerve shred intense. Synths wail and stutter as the score progresses to the point where you feel your head might implode from the oncoming onslaught. This score really should be played late at night with all of the lights out.
1 x Vinyl LP, Limited Edition, ReissueUS 2018A1 - Halloween II Theme A2 - Laurie's Theme A3 - He Know's Where She Is A4 - Laurie And Jimmy A5 - Still He Kills B1 - The Shape Enters Laurie's Room B2 - Mrs. Alves B3 - Flats In The Parking Lot B4 - Michael's Sister B5 - The Shape Stalks Again B6 - Operation Room B7 - Mr. Sandman
LIMITED EDITION OF 1000 UNITS AHI Records, to be distributed by BUYSOUNDTRAX Records, will be releasing a special 30th Anniversary Edition of HALLOWEEN II. The soundtrack features music composed & performed by John Carpenter (HALLOWEEN, ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK) in association with Alan Howarth (THE LOST EMPIRE, HEADLESS) for the 1981 cult horror sequel directed by Rick Rosenthal, written by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasance, Lance Guest, Nancy Stephens, Pamela Shoop, Tawny Moyer, Leo Rossi and legendary stuntman Dick Warlock as The Shape. HALLOWEEN II is a direct sequel to the first film, set on the same night of October 31, 1978 in the fictional Midwest town of Haddonfield, as the seemingly indestructible Michael Myers follows his intended victim Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) to a nearby hospital. Produced on a shoestring budget and released in 1978, the original HALLOWEEN earned over 47 million dollars at the box office, making it one of the most successful independent films for many years. With this tremendous success, it would only be a matter of time until there was a sequel. While the first film was produced independently of any major studios, the sequel was produced by Universal, with full creative control in the hands of John Carp...