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This Eerie Folk Tune From Patrick Brice’s ‘Creep’ Will Make Your Skin Crawl

This Eerie Folk Tune From Patrick Brice's 'Creep' Will Make Your Skin Crawl

READ MORE: Watch: Mark Duplass Terrifies in Found Footage ‘Creep’ Trailer

Written by Los Angeles-based folk musician Kyle Field, “Peachfuzz Theme (The Heart Of a Lion)” can be heard towards the end of the new horror-comedy, “Creep,” which stars Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice.

Co-written by Duplass and Brice, “Creep” is a found-footage film about Aaron (played by Brice), a naive young man who responds to a mysterious advertisement for a videographer, posted by Josef (played by Duplass). Of course, nothing is what it seems to be and a topsy-turvy tale ensues.

“Creep” is Brice’s feature directorial debut, but is his second film to receive a release this summer (the first film being “The Overnight”). If you’re sufficiently curious, stream “Creep” now on Netflix. The film is also available for rental or purchase on iTunes.

READ MORE: Patrick Brice on Harnessing Real-Life Paranoia to Create ‘The Overnight’ and ‘Creep’

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