A Soundtrack Enthusiast :: An American Werewolf In London

"Stay on the road, stay away from the Moors and beware of the moon." Sage advice, indeed. Filmmaker John Landis's An American Werewolf In London (1981) is a lot of things; a maverick comedy, a gratuitous horror flick, an Oscar winner, and one of my favorite examples of the juxtaposition of music and it's use in film.

Here Landis, no stranger to irony, uses all manner of odes to the moon to accompany his film. They are all here; most notably: three versions . . .

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