Music to Make Horror Movies By: Charles Boyer

Published August 21, 2016 by biggayhorrorfan

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Cinematic psychological breakdown, anyone?!?

Suave Charles Boyer embodied one of the screen’s most smoothly evil villains driving the frightened Ingrid Bergman into morbidly dependent despair in the classic thriller Gaslight.

Years later, Boyer used his continental charm for much less devious pursuits when he talk-sang his way through the 1966 album Where Does Love Go, which was rumored to be one of Elvis Presley’s all time favorite recordings. The French man’s take on All The Things You Are is decidedly sweet, but (as all good things) could provide a sinister edge if placed in a overly attentive context.

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

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