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The spooky October edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is an analysis of DANNY ELFMAN’S classic THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS, looking back on the film’s 20th Anniversary. Also in this issue are an interview with CARTER BURWELL on THE FIFTH ESTATE, the latest film to feature Benedict Cumberbatch, and dishes on his THOR: THE DARK WORLD experience; Tim Burden's behind-the-scenes report from the JAMES HORNER event in HOLLYWOOD IN VIENNA; STEVEN PRICE on his score to Alfonso Cuarón’s outerspace smash GRAVITY; a chat with MARCO BELTRAMI on CARRIE, post-production delays, and re-cutting SNOWPIERCER; CARL THIEL tackles MACHETE KILLS; a look at the composers behind the emerging platform of web series; a hybrid-themed TORN PAGES; a WILLIAM SMITH-themed SOUNDTRACK OBSCURITIES; more embedded audio clips, and more.

 
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