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The spooky October edition of FSM ONLINE is now live! In this terrifying issue, the cover story is a joint interview with TRICK 'R TREAT director/film music fan Michael Dougherty and composer Douglas Pipes, whom we last heard from on Monster House. Also in this issue are an interview with MARVIN HAMLISCH on his return to the film scoring scene -- sort of -- for THE INFORMANT!; an audio interview with PETER CHELSOM, director of HANNAH MONTANA: THE MOVIE, in which he discusses collaborating with Alan Silvestri and John Debney; Jim Lochner on the front lines of the FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING AT RADIO CITY CONCERT; a look at BERNARD HERRMANN'S OPERA WUTHERING HEIGHTS; another ALIENS SCORE RESTORE; an interview with composers Lili Haydn and Kim Carroll on their documentary score for THE HORSE BOY; a look at current and upcoming BOOKS ON FILM MUSIC; a HALLOWEEN-flavored EAR OF THE MONTH; lots of HALLOWEEN-FLAVORED CD REVIEWS; more embedded audio clips, and more.

 

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