*GRAVESIDE CHAT Ep. 005: "The Music of Horror" - *UNLOCKED Special Patreon Exclusive **
In this 5th episode of the Patreon Exclusive supplemental discussion-based podcast, GRAVESIDE CHAT, Frightmare Theatre creator & Executive Producer, Nathan Shelton, is joined by Los Angeles film composer & longtime collaborator, Bryan Arata. The two discuss their past creepy collaborations, as well as Bryan's inspiration and unique process when it comes to composing scores for a variety of projects (including his work on FOX's Family Guy and Marvel Films). This conversation takes many twists and turns, and along the way the Arcane creatives shed some light into the origins of the production company behind The Frightmare Theatre Podcast, and their shared love for classic horror movie soundtracks!
FEATURING: Nathan Shelton & Bryan Arata
The Full Video Version of this discussion is also available on Youtube
*In this episode Arcane's first major production SHADOW BOUND is discussed. See all five episodes of the internationally acclaimed web series on Youtube HERE *
Find out more about special guest Bryan Arata's work HERE.
Graveside Chat is a supplemental discussion-based podcast, featuring the creators of The Frightmare Theatre Podcast and special guests. In these Patreon Exclusive Episodes, supporters of The Frightmare Theatre Podcast will get a glimpse into the devious minds of ARCANE Productions and the creation of FTP, as well as hear in depth discussions of all things horror and the supernatural across a variety of pop culture mediums.
*To unlock more of these special Graveside Chat episodes, become a supporter of The Frightmare Theatre Podcast on Patreon at the "Members of the Inner Sanctum" tier! *
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