“Scarecrowd – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” by Belyalis available digitally this month


For the November option for Tetro, we get something unique and interesting… a musical release. With DVDs and Blu-rays and even their first soundtrack release for Murders on night trains (1975), we get the soundtrack EP for an attention-grabbing horror movie.

The beauty of being a horror fan is that there are times when you might not know a certain movie, but then you find out about it and you know it’s gonna be great. scarecrow is one of those films, coming from filmmaker George Nevada, who is also known for his other film, Jack the Ripper, which was written by Domiziano Cristopharo (Nightmare Symphony 2020 – our review).

Extract from the press release:

scarecrow – Original soundtrack of the film, the Sthe crowd soundtrack, will be released digitally on November 5, 2021. It includes 4 pieces of Belyalis. Produced by Domiziano Cristopharo and directed by George Nevada in 2015, the sci-fi slasher movie scarecrow is now available on DVD, via TetroVideo. scarecrow – The soundtrack of the film is Belyalis’ first EP. It has 4 tracks in total and is 21 minutes or less long and will be available next month on Spotify, YouTube Music, and Apple Music channels.

Belyalis’ soundtrack mixes dark synth sounds with ambient music for dark sci-fi atmospheres. It’s a tribute to science fiction cinema, from the 60s to the 90s, with clear references to horror cinema of the 80s, between Creepshow by John Harrison and Mandy OST by the late Jóhann Jóhannsson. On Crypticrock, Steven DeJoseph Jr., founder of American rock band Taking Back Sunday, says: “One hell of a soundtrack that knocks on the doors of old sci-fi movies from the ’60s to’ 80s.”

scarecrow (2015) synopsis: Farmer Tony Maio (Fabrizio Occhipinti) turns into a ferocious mutant due to a meteor impact on Earth. Disguised as a scarecrow in order to hide his appearance, he begins to kill people to quench his thirst for blood.

The full tracklist:

1. Scarecrow (5:16)

2. Outside (4:48)

3. Terror from outer space (9h00)

4. Dark space (2:35)


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