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Saturday, 31 October 2009

An American Werewolf In London - Soundtrack

'An American Werewolf in London# is a 1981 American-British comedy/horror film, written and directed by John Landis. It stars David Naughton, Griffin Dunne, and Jenny Agutter.

The movie won the 1981 Saturn Award for Best Horror Film and an Academy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Makeup. The film was one of three high-profile werewolf films released in 1981, alongside The Howling and Wolfen. Over the years, the film has accumulated a cult following and has been referred to as a cult classic.

The film was followed by a 1997 sequel, An American Werewolf in Paris, which featured a completely different cast and none of the original crew.

The film is about two American college students, David Kessler (David Naughton) and Jack Goodman (Griffin Dunne), who are backpacking across the Yorkshire moors. Darkness falls, and they decide to stop for the night at a pub. Jack notices a five-pointed star on the wall. When he asks about it, the pub becomes very quiet. The pub-goers start acting very strange. The pair decide to leave, but not before the others offer them pieces of advice such as "Beware the moon, lads" and "Keep to the road." While conversing with each other and wondering what they meant, they wander off the road, into the moors. Back at the pub, the owner gets very distressed and suggests that they go to the pair. As she says this, a sinister howling is heard. The rest of the pub-goers, having barricaded the door, decline. Back out on the moors, Jack and David have also heard the noises, and they seem to be steadily getting closer. They start back to the Slaughtered Lamb when they realize they are lost in the moors. A full moon comes out, and they remember the advice they were earlier given.

A great film and one that I still enjoy watching today.

01 - Blue moon (Bobby Vinton)
02 - Nearing East Proctor
03 - Running through the forest
04 - The deerhunter
05 - A bed in the forest
06 - Jack Tells a Story (Part I)
07 - Jack Tells a Story (Part II)
08 - Nurse Price enters
09 - Moondance (Van Morrison)
10 - A Word of Explanation
11 - Visiting East Proctor
12 - Bad moon rising (Creedance Clearwater Revival)
13 - Blue moon (Sam Cooke)
14 - Nightlife at Picadilly Circus
15 - Into the alley
16 - Blue moon (The Marcels)
17 - An american werewolf in London suite
18 - Visiting East Proctor (SFX version)
19 - The Boys (Bonus Track by Meco)
20 - Metamorphosis (alternate score)
21 - The Boys (Bonus Track by Meco)
22 - Metamorphosis (alternate score)

Click the link bewlow to download the soundtrack.



  1. omg! Omg!! OMG!!! I am getting heart palpitations from these few entries! ARGH!!! I'm gonna turn into werewolf if not for the ecstatic agony! I am not even making sense now... This is GREAT! THANK YOU... one of my ALL TIME FAVOURITE 80s WEREWOLF movies! Muah! ~ chwee (Singapore)

  2. Well you have surpassed yourself again Michael,this has to be my all time favourite film and as for the soundtrack it is quite rare so well done again!!!

    Dave Brummy