This Halloween, you’ll have a few options at the multiplex to get you in the spooky spirit, but few that will have quite the selection of soundtrack tunes as Alexandre Aja‘s “Horns.” The Daniel Radcliffe starring horror film does a nice bit of crate digging in putting together the eleven-track soundtrack, and today we have an exclusive preview.
From David Bowie‘s unassailable classic “Heroes” to Sunset Rubdown‘s little indie epic “Shut Up I Am Dreaming Of Places Where Lovers Have Wings,” “Horns” has a nice mix of curated tunes. The Pixies, Eels, and The Flaming Lips have some space carved out on the soundtrack for their unique stylings, the Swedish folk rock band Junip —which features José González— makes an appearance, while Marilyn Manson‘s take on Depeche Mode‘s “Personal Jesus” finds its way into the proceedings.
The “Horns” soundtrack arrives on October 28th, and the film opens on October 31st. Watch below.