Frank Macchia and Tracy London | Little Evil Things, Volume II

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Little Evil Things, Volume II

by Frank Macchia and Tracy London

Original audio horror stories with modern music accompaniment make scary movies for your head with bold, eclectic music for your ears.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. The Thing in the Jar
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2. Sisters
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3. It's in the Water
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4. Blubb
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Let the terror continue as the original horror stories of Little Evil Things, Volume II take over where Volume I left off.

Award-winning composer Frank Macchia and writer/actress Tracy London have updated the concept of storytelling by developing a new audio format which combines the spoken word with music and sound design.

Macchia tailors his original music to the actors' performances, resulting in a unique film-like score.

The artists who created Little Evil Things are Frank Macchia, a Los Angeles-based film composer and Tracy London, a screenwriter and actress.

It's this perfect marriage of words and music that ultimately sets an effective and creepy atmosphere for these viscious vignettes.

Frank's recent credits include orchestrations for the films "Superman Returns", "Eight Legged Freaks", "Xmen 2", "The Fantastic Four" and the "Apt Pupil".

He collaborated with composer George S. Clinton on a Fox Network Horror Anthology Series called "Night Visions".

Tracy London's credits include such feature films as "City of Angels" "Air Force One" and "The X-Files Movie".



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