Posts Tagged ‘Harry Manfredini’
September 16, 2013 , 3:10 pm | By Bryan Reesman
The "Friday The 13th" composer talks about scoring the famed slasher franchise and his classical influences....
January 13, 2012 , 9:15 am | By Bryan Reesman
It snuck up on us again, that holiday that arouses superstition and perhaps the secret hope that something disturbing will transpire. All right, it’s not an official holiday, but many people enjoy the coming of each Friday The 13th, a...
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