Throwback Thursday: Revisit Joseph Bishara’s Infectious ‘The Vatican Tapes’ Score

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“A trembling score…” – New York Times

The music infects and infests its way into your soul, its dissonance befitting of some demonic entity. –Bloody Disgusting

In this latest edition of Throwback Thursday, we take a look back at Joseph Bishara’s haunting score to The Vatican Tapes!  Known for his work on the Insidious trilogy, The Conjuring and Annabelle, this album is a treat for fans of horror scores.  Watch our playlist below!

Directed by Mark Neveldine (Pathology, Ghost Rider: Spirit Of VengeanceGamer), the film is describe as “a new horrifying take on the Anti-Christ story that throws a wrench in all accepted conventions of how such a think[sic] might happen” (HorrorFreakNews.com) and “Ms. Dudley works up an expressive arsenal of gestural detail and shades of mood that are worth watching.” (The New York Times)

THE VATICAN TAPES, a Pantelion release of a Lakeshore Entertainment and Lionsgate production, available now on Blu-ray/DVD (get it here) and HD Digital (download on iTunes).

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