Check out what happens when evil editors at BGH match images from The Exorcist with a razor sharp dubstep remix of the movie's main theme.

(The music track for this remix was not produced by BGH, and has since been removed from Youtube. If you have information on who produced this track, please contact so we can give proper credit.)

What's in the box? Find out with this hypnotic remix of Clive Barker's "Hellraiser" (1979). Using an original track by iBenji, the mix takes you from the dulcet tones of the infamous puzzle box to the sound of souls being torn apart in just a few minute's time. Enjoy, like, and subscribe to BGH's Youtube page to be up on future videos!

Welcome to the great BGH redesign of 2014! To celebrate, Bloody Good Horror is releasing the video below. It combines my borderline disturbing love of Friday the 13th, dubstep remixes of horror themes, and seizure inducing editing. I originally started producing it way back in 2011, dropped it for a few years after getting overwhelmed by the scope, and picked it back up again this summer when I discovered it on an old hard drive. I figured, what better occasion to trot it out than the unveiling of the new site.

You got EDM in my heavy metal! You got heavy metal in my EDM! Such is the life and times of Cameron Argon, musician and producer at large known commonly by the names Big Chocolate and Disfiguring the Goddess. Combining the heretofore unblended elements of dubstep and death metal, Argon is one of the few who can walk in both worlds. With Disfiguring the Goddess' new release on the horizon, we sat down to talk about his music, his inspirations, the debate on drum triggering and more

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