Movie tie-in edition of “Horns” to be released – and soundtrack!
It’s not long until Daniel Radcliffe’s latest project, Horns, is out (October 29 in the UK and October 31 in the US). As the release date gets closer, it’s time to start looking out for various merchandise that is related to the film. Recently, a new movie tie-in edition of the book, Horns by Joe Hill, was announced, plus some news about the soundtrack.
The new edition of the book is due to be released in the US on September 30. It is priced at $15.99. Find out more and how you can preorder the new edition here. In case you haven’t read the book, here’s a summary:
From the New York Times bestselling author of Heart-Shaped Box and NOS4A2, a relentless supernatural thriller that runs like [h]ell on wheels . . .
Merrin Williams is dead, slaughtered under inexplicable circumstances, leaving her beloved boyfriend Ignatius Perrish as the only suspect. On the first anniversary of Merrin’s murder, Ig spends the night drunk and doing awful things. When he wakes the next morning he has a thunderous hangover . . . and horns growing from his temples. Ig possesses a terrible new power to go with his terrible new look—a macabre gift he intends to use to find the monster who killed his one true love. Being good and praying for the best got him nowhere. Now it’s time for revenge . . .
It’s time the devil had his due . . .
Check out the new cover below:
And information about the soundtrack has been released!
The soundtrack is being released by Lakeshore Records and will feature music by composer Robin Coudert. Coudert has also written for other soundtracks, such as Populaire (2012) and Maniac (2012).
Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the soundtrack at the moment, but we’ll update you as soon as we know more.
You can catch up with other news about Horns here and see the recent UK trailer and poster here. And if you missed it, check out MuggleNet’s review of the book here. With the film out next month, it won’t be long until we see more from this film and Daniel begins to promote it!
Have you read Horns, yet? Are you looking forward to seeing the film when it comes out?