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These iconic horror themes are even more terrifying in a major key
These horror TV and Film themes redone in major key by Youtube user Muted Vocal are definitely more terrifying than the originals.
X-Files becomes soothing telephone hold music, while Halloween’s theme sounds like it should be soundtracking a triumphant ’80s sports montage. A Nightmare on Elm Street transforms into an inviting pastoral hymn, and The Exorcist is 100% daytime drama. The pan flutes and midi drums only add to terror. Each one flirts all too close with a kind of uncanny valley of film scores. You’ve been warned. Via Bloody Disgusting.