Music to Make Horror Movies By: Kyle Greer and the Closet – Skeleton Key

Published February 11, 2013 by biggayhorrorfan

Finances crumble, friendships topple and the nuns of the apocalypse escape from their velvet tombs – but in Big Gay Horror Fan’s world there is always one solace filled constant – music!

Of course, it’s even better when our favorite tunes contain small quirks of horror. Eclectic piano pop maestro Kyle Greer’s Skeleton Key EP is one such work.

Sprinkled with small tastes of gothic and the macabre, this work is layered with cascading musical variations on such propulsive tunes as Loverboy for Louisa and Dogkiller. Meanwhile, Little Arsonist would fit perfectly in a comedy about dysfunctional serial killers or coming out of the speakers of a party van in the latest retro-slasher.

perkinsReaching dramatically, into the highest levels of his vocal register, Greer’s penultimate moment here is the fun, sweetly beautiful Mother. A ballad song in the voice of Norman Bates, this is musical theatre and arch comedy at its finest. Let’s hope Greer has a whole Psycho musical up his white and black colored sleeves.

To find more about Kyle and to purchase Skeleton Key be sure to visit!

Big Gay Horror Fan, meanwhile, is always busy exploring the film oeuvre of Anthony Perkins at!/BigGayHorrorFan, as well.

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!

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