Only John Carpenter could have written this scary theme for a horror streaming service

If you’re running a horror streaming service, in your wildest dreams John Carpenter would record your theme song.

That’s exactly what the legendary Halloween director and composer has done for streaming platform Shudder, the AMC-owned service that purely streams horror, thriller and supernatural titles.

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According to EW, the theme comes in two versions: a five-second clip that’ll appear before the service’s content as the network’s official “moniker,” and the two-minute version above.

Of course, it launches on Oct. 31, making its debut in conjunction with a 24-hour streaming marathon of Carpenter’s films including the 1978 original Halloween.

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