Golly, I know, bagby. There's that one, the one he did on atonality in British horror film scores, one on Hammer's psychological thriller films (not just their scores)... and that's just going on my (bad) memory. I really should get these, but every time I hover over an online store I end up getting a stack of CDs instead.
I'm not too keen on these crash bang horror scores but I'll buy it just for Rhapsody For Lucy which sounds just gorgeous.
Yeah, I'll be honest and say that's kinda where I'm at after listening to the sound samples. I like Leigh Phillips composing something original based on James Bernard's theme(s?) better than I like James Bernard's own music, if the samples are representative. For me to get into a horror score in terms of enjoyment, there needs to either be some rhythmic action or (more commonly) some true beauty, like this:
It sounds like Rhapsody for Lucy might just provide that and push me over the edge into a purchase.