HOW TNUC SLEEPS EVERY NIGHT.
You better believe it.
Greetings night beasts…if you’ve been a regular camper at Fort TNUC the past few years, it must be pretty obvious that right around when this season lurks upon us, we can’t help but sink head-first into every bit of nightly macabre and supernatural sludge that Halloween has to offer. One might question the above picture as to how your crotch holds up after a few hours with a TV sitting on it…let’s just say it’s a good thing TNUC straps on his Blackie Lawless-influenced codpiece before he hits the hay each night, or ELSE.
The main title music from 1988’s Night of the Demons is a synth-heavy crypt-crusher that will even make the floorboards in your house creak more than usual. This intro theme comes from the unreleased score by Dennis Michael Tenney, which remains one of the most sought-out scores of the genre. Before his work on Night of the Demons, his first professional job as a film-score composer was for Kevin Tenney’s (his brother) film Witchboard, where he also wrote the song ‘Bump in the Night’ featured during the end credits for the rock group Steel Breeze (!).
If you’re interested in a high-quality mp3 of the theme, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll take care of you.