Retro Reprise Episode 19: The music of Halloweens past

Do you remember what Halloween looked like when you were a kid? What about what it sounded like? In today’s special edition of Retro Reprise, Syp returns to the Halloweens of the past to listen to some of the best themes from horror video games. It might not all be scary, but don’t let your guard down too quickly — your doom might lurk just around the next note!

Retro Reprise Episode 19: The music of Halloweens past (direct download, show page)

  • Intro
  • “The Attic” from A Nightmare on Elm Street (NES)
  • “Main Theme” from Alone in the Dark (PC)
  • “Boss Battle” from Zombies Ate My Neighbors (SNES)
  • “Don’t Cry, Jennifer” from Clock Tower (SNES)
  • “Demon Forest” from Super Castlevania IV (SNES)
  • “Stage One” from Ghosts ‘n’ Goblins (Arcade)
  • “Save Room” from Resident Evil 2 (PS)
  • “Not Tomorrow” from Silent Hill (PS)
  • Outro (feat. “Ending Credits” from Night Trap)

One thought on “Retro Reprise Episode 19: The music of Halloweens past

  1. DonV October 25, 2019 / 11:23 pm

    For this years Halloween may I recommend Gogol, no its not the Russian version of that oracle of the internet. It’s a Russian horror supernatural thriller kind of thing. Russians have a real knack for this dark stuff and do amazing cinematography without needs for computer animation, hand painted backdrops and such. I get it on Amazon Prime but it may be elsewhere.

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