Film Scores

I have worked on many Independent films throughout my years of being a musician. Here are some of the film scores that you can use for your own projects, headed by a little information on each of the films they are from... Enjoy using this music for commercial use or for personal projects absolutely free there's a link to our license here! Please consider supporting my work on PayPal and Patreon. If you would like you can purchase high quality wavs of some of my music from my Bandcamp store. 

This section is full of music I have written for films by other artists, each soundtrack specific to their film and genre, usually horror… Who am I kidding? It’s all horror! Starting off with my favourite of all the soundtracks, my soundtrack for She’s Dead, by Dead Good Films like, followed by my score for All Hell Breaks Loose, then below that my work for Chris Seaver and Joshua D. Bruce lovingly compiled into sections. As I have said before, you may use this music for free in any project that you wish. Creating music for other film makers and artists is one of my favourite things and I’m happy to have been able to give music to so many people over the years. I am also including The Magician, which was going to be one of my singles. 

The Magician was used in Mycho Entertainment’s amazing film Mask of Thorn in which I played a small role! A huge thank you to allowing the team to use the footage for my music video. It was originally going to be released earlier but I held off so it would first be in the film!

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She’s Dead OST

This is the Original Sound Track I designed for the award winning She’s Dead by Dead Good Films Like, available for use in anything you could possibly want!

The opening music. Ben has woken up with a dead woman in his bed. He panics and makes a call to the mysterious Mr. Clean, a man who’s particularly good at cleaning up other people’s mistakes…

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The theme to She’s Dead. Short, punchy with an awesome build. I was incredibly proud of this one. The theme comes back throughout the movie many times in many different forms!

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Mr. Clean’s theme brings a dangerous style to the theme of She’s Dead. I wanted him to maintain a level of scariness throughout. Julian’s portrayal of the character was beautiful!

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What the hell was I thinking? I don’t know, but it really fit what was going on on screen, so I just kept hitting those keys! The plot thickens as Ben gets deeper and deeper into the miasma…

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There was something so wonderfully childlike about Jamie’s character Barry. Everything he said was so completely messed up and weird! I wanted to maintain that childlike innocence… With a hint of creepy…

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I won’t even describe the way Jamie made me feel when he played Barry, he was so warped and messed up… But what an actor. The childlike weirdness infested me as I watched… I’m so proud of this theme…

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I don’t know when this film became an epic sci fi adventure like Chrono Trigger… Possibly the most unfitting piece of music in the film. I don’t really know what I was thinking… But actually… It worked!

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The pressure is on, time is running out, and Mr. Clean has quite the task on his hands, Ben is being his usual pansy self. I loved the tension building! Good job everyone!

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Mr. Clean makes the mistake of staying in the building when something is clearly not right. I loved tying his music in with everything. It was hard to get the themes to work well together but it just about succeeded!

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I loved Alexander Lewis’ shock ending. It was certainly a beautiful twist. Tying in the themes was quite easy here. I like to think this soundtrack is slightly similar to Charlie Clouser’s work on Saw.

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Ticking… The tick of a clock… Anxiety was a very uncertain piece, a tiptoe build wherein I wanted the audience to feel the nervousness I felt watching the events unfolding on screen…

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The theme to She’s Dead. Short, punchy with an awesome build. I was incredibly proud of this one. The theme comes back throughout the movie many times in many different forms!

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The standard theme, building, building and building into a deep dark drone. Just a short one minute piece in which we build as much tension as we possibly can!

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It was all getting a bit much for everyone. The pressures of finding a girl dead in your apartment can be quite worrisome. I don’t recommend it to any of my friends! Stay safe, play games, don’t party!

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Are you horny enough for this version of the theme? This one featured some background horn work that comes in around 30 seconds. It adds a little more pressure!

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Oh my god! It’s the killer! Is it behind you, or is it behind me! The psycho clankies come forth in almost every film featuring psychotic maniacs here to spell our doom!

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A dark drone with the drumbeat from the theme. Something nice and ominous. Nothing supremely special but enjoyable nonetheless. It works with the theme but I don’t think it made it into the final cut!

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All Hell Breaks Loose

All Hell Breaks Loose is a masterpiece directed by Jeremy Garner. Not only is he an amazing director and the film had an amazing cast, he also sent me free root beer, ensuring my loyalty forever!

Satan’s Sinners are amazing, not only are they dark, devilishly demonic and scary, they also have their humour, this track dances between slow and fast! Several moods playing out as the music reaches it’s peak!

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Verloren Hoop, or Forlorn Hope is the soundtrack which the bikers beat the living heck out of these teens to. These teens are everything I hate in the modern world. I love Satan’s Sinners! 

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A sinister organ infused track, bringing such sheer terror to the director that it didn’t make it into the final cut. That’s my excuse. It’s been used in two short films since!

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This music is about as happy as it gets, if you’re a serial killer with a chainsaw! Full of darkness and cruelty, Electric guitar chokes with sinister synth. I feel sick just writing about it!

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The most beautiful piece of music I ever wrote… Well one of them, sadly unused in the film, definitely something awesome to listen to, if not to use in your own work! 

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As Clarence chased the virgin down the road intent on taking her virginity, I wanted to kill him with a spatula. Thankfully, she’s able to defend herself… Fantastic acting all round… 

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I loved this piece of music. It’s so very 80’s I think it didn’t manage to make it into the final cut of the film, but I thought it really worked well… I do like the high tempo 80’s synth though!

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Doom was part of my orchestral score that tragically didn’t make it into the film! How I wanted it to though! I really loved the scene it was for, it felt so amazing… Still… That’s life. See it in action below!

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This was an early track I wrote just testing out different ideas for the film. We decided that this wouldn’t be a great road to go down in terms of music for the film!

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Warlock Home Video

Warlock Home Video was a fantastic gateway to classic campy horror, chock full of references and silly dialogue whilst designed to look as low budget as humanly possible. Warlock Home Video’s aim was to be a little fun, a little silly, and a beautiful hearkening back to a time when low budget horror was sold and packaged with amazing artwork.

Chris Seaver who headed the project is a veteran director from the old days of Low Budget Pictures reunited many of his wacky actors for a short run of fantastic horror projects. My initial work for Warlock Home Video was just previous work that I had sent in my crazy fangirl moments to Chris, and I was ecstatic that he’d used it. Afterwards, I worked on a set high quality soundtrack after going on an 80’s binge. I present you with my Warlock Home Video soundtrack.

Bitter Resentment and Clouded Judgment is designed to play with a character over time, thoughts, pondering, reaction. Running and thinking, things building, that kind of thing.

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No Escape - Deteriorating Chase Music - WHV OST

by Chan Walrus

No Escape is a slowly deteriorating track which is balanced high to add pressure to female screams early, whilst allowing for deeper vocals, later on in the track!

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Deep Grooviness - Music to Groove To - WHV OST

by Chan Walrus

Deep Grooviness is a nice chilled piece of music. I wanted something that’d be nice and chill for you to mosey down the park with all your friends. Maybe drive late at night with light sliding all over your Testarossa!

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It starts off a little like a love theme. I remember the good old days gazing fondly at the girl in my science class, then after school I’d go on a run to this kinda music… Ah who am I kidding, I never ran!

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Time for Action - Running Movement - WHV OST

by Chan Walrus

A little bit more intense. This is the kind of music one listens to when one goes to play Quasar. The piece doesn’t evolve much, it just hovers between two points, running, so one might say…

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Probably my favorite piece I did for Warlock. A Pondered is a sort of reflective montage piece. I imagine it being in some sort of nerdy montage where the main character trains for the woman he loves. God I’m lame.

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Chasing the Lady through Hell and Back - WHV OST

by Chan Walrus

This reminds me of that time I grabbed two angry weasels and chased my science teacher through the university. I wanted something that would just be basic chase music… This is how it turned out!

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Something for the final credits crawl, deep and pondering, with synths fading out with some nice twangs. It’d be nice to have this drifting up the screen with some pictures of the cast. I miss that in movies.

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Burn in Hell (2013)

Here lies the soundtrack to Burn in Hell, a film that was alas never completed. A synthesized 80’s style soundtrack designed for an appealingly artistic indie film! The Burn in Hell soundtrack was made when I was a lot younger, but it’s one of the ones I’m quite proud of. It’s a shame the film was never completed!

Hehe I liked Mooney’s character, it’s strange to think that I wrote this music six years ago! This was the main theme for all the cool moments within the movie! It was used and adapted for Mooney and Russo’s deaths later.

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I don’t actually remember making this piece of music at all. It’s weird what you find when you go over all the old music you make. That’s definitely my voice though! How freaky!!!

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Bringing the track home for Russo’s death… The theme was sped up slightly to give an off kilter feel, dragging chunks of the main theme through it. Keepin’ it classy Russo!

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One of my favourite pieces that I wrote. I purposefully clouded the track with the drums to create dissonance in the sound. I wanted tranquility punctuated in a way that brought out the emotion in the scene…

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A very unusual piece of music for me. I was heavily inspired with the idea of organs going for a sort of ethereal theme, then bringing the theramin in for a bit of additional strange…

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Creepiness and tension fill this track, with tiny bleepings here and there… Then we head into the meat of the piece. I wanted a feeling of unease and powerlessness.

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The mood was a little comical, so I went with something that felt a little like it was reminiscing, though as time has passed, I kinda hate the twanging. You’ll know what I mean!

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Sometimes when the adventure ends… We need to look at how we feel as the darkness gives way and the light fills the world once more. I really loved this piece, but for some reason it didn’t go down well! 

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Something for the opening credits to roll to. Vehicular chaos I wrote whilst watching footage of driving at night. It’s probably one of the best pieces I wrote for Burn in Hell.

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Early Warlock (2011)

A delightfully abominable combination of my early soundtracks for Chris Seaver for whom I’d scored Return to Blood Fart Lake: Much of this music was used in early Warlock Home Video films. Honorable mention to Bulge Video which also used parts of this soundtrack!

One of the best pieces I ever wrote for Warlock. This piece has it all, that bwoig style 80’s funky bass. This piece was heavily inspired by a certain vampire movie of the times… Gotta love Fright Night!

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This is sort of “the dust has settled, let’s go back to our lives.” It’s an older track, not one of my favourites, but it worked relatively decently. I’ve written better aftermaths!

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Another Fright Night inspired track. We wanted something a little freaky lurking in the dark. Something where we could then build in an atmosphere of true 80’s terror!!!

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This is sort of “the dust has settled, let’s go back to our lives.” It’s an older track, not one of my favourites, but it worked relatively decently. I’ve written better aftermaths!

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It was the night before Christmas and all through the house, nothing was stirring not even a serial killer… This piece works well with low volume and slow backing tracks. I think it’s a bit epic and energetic for horror!

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Fright Night strikes again! There was something about the soundtrack that called to me when I was writing this music for Warlock. I wanted a building piece where the terror would inch horror disco style! YEAH!!! 

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Sometimes horror needs a dreamlike relaxing horror track that just… Takes the pain and fear away… Whilst remaining slightly ominous. I think this track works well for it!

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When you’re out on Friday night and moseying through the club and you see your girlfriend dancing with the strange attractive vampire next door. I think this is his charm music. Man he’s stylish. I envy him.

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This piece is made up of me hitting random chords and keys whilst thinking about income tax. That’s where the utter, sheer dread and total terrifying horror come from…

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Return to Blood Fart Lake

The Film that started it all. Most people look at my composing CV and see Return to Blood Fart lake and burst out laughing or say: That’s not a film. Well it is. It’s never going to be as good as the first Blood Fart lake film, Terror at Blood Fart Lake, however, this film allowed me to work with Chris Seaver, and countless other amazing people, it was the film that got me into composing for independent film. If you can’t handle it, then Jimmy will get you!

A collection of incidental music from the film: Return to Blood Fart Lake, a glorious masterpiece that will forever be dwarfed by it’s predecessor!

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80’s synth pondering with choral vocals in the background along with an airy background…

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Jimmy VanBrunt… I recorded myself saying it, reversed it, emulated the reverse and reversed it again, bending up the pitch… Creepy.

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Muhahaha! Oh the organs! Oh the sneaky sinister cackling I made when I recorded this silly jovial track!

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Don’t forget about old Jimmy… This music is a slow, melancholy piece, reminding the audience… That Jimmy will always haunt the lake…

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80’s synth pondering with choral vocals in the background along with an airy background…

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This piece was inspired by the titles, imagine you’re swimming in Blood Fart Lake, you release the fart, and alongside the blood comes the bubbles!

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Looking back on the sadness, there is nothing left but to hold hands in the darkness as one indulges in rectal release.

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Weird trickily synths with an ominous organ in the background and a bit of wah making everyone feel a little uncomfortable. Even the actors!

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This is not a nice track, it’s scary and weird. I wish I’d never written it. It disgusts me. I love it.

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Caspian’s Theme: A love letter to Josh Suire, one of my favourite Independent actors of all time! I’ll always love you buddy!

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