When you're legitimately afraid to play a game in the dark, you know it's a horror classic. Amnesia has the dubious distinction of being the best game to watch someone else suffer through, and its unsettling soundtrack is sure to get any trick-or-treaters watching their backs.
A Machine for Pigs' soundtrack has an eerie, almost otherworldly ability to draw the listener deeper and deeper into its morally-gray twilight. Let it take ahold of you, and don't let go...
Queue up this haunting soundtrack and embark on an intellectual puzzle-filled trip through a vibrant world of light, shadow, and fog. Oh, and horrifying, giant spiders. All the horrifying, giant spiders...
If you've ever wanted to bump back against the things that go bump in the night, then this is the soundtrack for you. One part Nightwish, one part Castlevania, all awesome. Available in original and NES-flavors!
Dead Space's heart-pounding soundtrack is ideal for your next haunted house party... provided that your haunted house is, in fact, a derelict starship husk.
Sometimes, it's what you don't see that can be the most terrifying. Short, but certainly not sweet, the soundtrack to "Home" will leave you questioning every step of your path as you sink deeper and deeper into its darkening waters...
Lullabies sung by wooden dolls and vast soundscapes in the coldness between time and space are your companions as you rediscover the lost art of the Year Walk... Don't get lost.
Get back to your tangled, thorny roots with the special edition soundtrack to Penumbra - an eerily atmospheric journey that still packs enough suspense to get you to think twice before going into that dark room at the end of the hallway...
Music from the indie horror adventure game, experience the tale of Frederick Kirk and his misadventures out at sea. The Horror at MS Aurora was partially recorded by a live orchestra, and its chilling sound stands out among indie games.
Load up the truck and strike out for uninfested land! The soundtrack to Organ Trail is a surprisingly fun tribute to its source material, but with more shambling corpses and (slightly) less dysentery.
The twisted soundtrack to Alice: Madness Returns implies that for some, madness may never have left... Top quality sound from a game that understands that monsters are scary, but having your teeth fall out is truly unsettling...
"Zombie music good. Good for listen to while dancing at halloween party. Love zombie music. Zombie music love you, too. Invite zombies to halloween party. Please?" - The Zombies
Start your day off the Silent Hill way. This soundtrack makes the perfect companion for your morning jog, before the fog has rolled out and the world is bathed in hazy gray. Just... try to ignore that scraping sound.
Created in just 48 hours, the soundtrack to "Survaillant" is nevertheless an impressive exercise in classic horror film sound. The challenge: try to get through the whole thing without jumping out of your seat at some of the string/mallet hits!
And the award for craziest mash-up costume goes to... The Specpyre! (That's part spectre, part vampire). Frankenwolf came in second, much to his moaning/howling dismay. To celebrate, toss on the soundtrack to Manor of the Damned - it's frightfully danceable. Take that, monster mash!
Gone Home takes a fresh look at the alone-in-a-house style of atmospheric soundtrack. While its game might be the greatest trick of the season, its music is an unexpected treat all its own. Try this one on the next time you're home alone...
Okay, so it's not the most horrifying soundtrack on the bundle, by any means, but after your mind's good and warped from all the other horrifying music you'll be getting, Costume Quest's soundtrack is a sweet treat - upgraded to king-size with 5 never-before-released tracks!
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