Anthology horror GHOST STORIES makes the leap from stage to screen

Anthology horror GHOST STORIES makes the leap from stage to screen

Anthology horror GHOST STORIES makes the leap from stage to screen

“The Brain Sees What It Wants to See.” So goes the poster tagline for Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman’s film, Ghost Stories. Watching the film, it takes a while to figure out just what it means, but once it clicks, the film becomes one of the most rewarding horror anthologies to come along in ages.

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Review of Frank Ilfman’s “Sensoria” score at Starburst Magazine

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"Frank Ilfman's score for the the Swedish haunted house film, Sensoria, follows in a long line of haunting scores. The sense of something like The Omen or Rosemary's Baby is there, in terms of an omnipresent sense of dread, but in terms of sonic dynamics, Ilfman moves the haunted house score into a more modern sensibility by adding in aspects of electronic percussion and synthetic, sustained droning tones."
Read the review of Frank Ilfman's Sensoria score at Starburst Magazine.