From Wrong Turn 2: Dead End to AMC's The Walking Dead to the new Child's Play and Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Bear McCreary has been responsible for some of the most captivating scores to play on screen in the horror and sci-fi genres over the past two decades, and the endlessly innovative composer will be featured at "The Music of Monsters: Kaiju Concerto" scene study at the 50th annual Comic-Con in San Diego.

Taking place today at 5:00pm PST in Room 25ABC, "The Music of Monsters: Kaiju Concerto" will feature an in-depth scene study in which Bear McCreary explains all of the intricate elements and instruments that are used to create a captivating score worthy of a massive monster movie.

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"The Music of Monsters: Kaiju Concerto with Composer Bear McCreary

Join composer Bear McCreary (Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Child's Play [2019], The Walking Dead, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Colossal, and God of War) in a unique scene study as he breaks apart the elements that make an effective monster score. McCreary will discuss the importance of themes and how he chooses unusual instrumentation, from Buddhist monk choirs to children's toys, in creating a monster's musical voice. Room 25ABC"

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