In view of its last dose Scream, Releasing on January 14, Varèse Sarabande has teamed up with Paramount Pictures to release the brand new score for the film, which has been nominated for BAFTA and Emmy by composer Brian Tyler. The 24-track CD and its digital version Scream: Music from the Motion Picture falls today on all digital platforms.
Its latest version Scream finds Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette reprise their roles from the hit 1996 movie as a young killer targets a group of teenagers in Woodsboro. Directed by: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett (Ready or not, Southerly), the film features brand new music by Brian Tyler (Crazy rich Asians, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ready or not).
A 14-piece vinyl LP in a reflective mirror jacket is currently available for pre-order at all physical retail stores, and the special album press – limited to 300 units – on pure vinyl with red smoke – can be found exclusively at Varèse Sarabande and International Varèse Sarabande websites. Both vinyl variants Scream: Music from the Motion Picture are going to be released on June 10 and are available for pre-order.
“Scream is an incredible franchise with a story,” says Tyler. “I both wanted to recognize the story of the amazing music that emerged before this installment, while taking the music landscape to a whole new world. There are new issues as well as issues of the old school intertwined in a way that I hope the franchise will justify “.
He continues, “There was an emotional element to this new Scream that is an integral dynamic contrast to the horror that accompanies this film’s journey. I wanted to reflect this in the score and help make this film a fully realized experience for the viewer “.
In addition, as its last dose Scream lands in cinemas this winter, Varèse Sarabande celebrates re-watching Marco Beltrami’s masterpieces from the first four horror films with Scream: Original Motion Picture Soundtracks.
The set of 4 LPs – pressed on red vinyl with black smoke – dedicates a complete album to each film and includes two hours of unreleased material that will be released on June 10 and is available for pre-order today. The collection is housed in a unique jacket, which folds into a Ghostface 3 ‘x 2’ mask.
Scream It was not only the big break of Beltrami in Hollywood, but it also served as his introduction to the genre. “It was a little weird for me because είχα I had never seen a horror movie,” Beltrami told journalist and film writer Jim Lochner, who wrote the notes for the collection.
“There are a lot of references to other horror movies that I did not understand at all, so I felt a little uncomfortable.” Nevertheless, director Wes Craven was impressed with Beltrami’s work and found an opportunity in the young composer. Scream would mark the first of seven collaborations between the two creatives.
Since then, the Oscar-nominated composer has scored more than a hundred films, TV shows and video games, including A quiet place and A Quiet Place Part II, Snowpiercer, The Hurt Locker, and Free solo, who presented Beltrami with his first Emmy Award. But Scream will always hold a special place in the composer’s heart — especially because he established his long-standing creative collaboration and friendship with Craven, who died in 2015 at the age of 76.
“We really learned a lot about how I make movies,” Beltrami said. “I really appreciated the relationship. It was more than just a working relationship. I felt that he nurtured my career “.
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