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Does anyone hear a huge resemblance in these scores? Damn near copy.

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  1. Smelloflove #KimbleBless Platinum Member

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    I just watched the Suspiria clip Amazon dropped and towards the end it plays some of the music Thom Yorke composed for the film and I said to myself, "I know this..."

    After a couple of seconds, it popped in my head. it's fucking Fabio Frizzi's score from The Beyond!

    Am I the only one who hears how similar it is? The pacing may be a bit different but damn near identical.

    Suspiria (2018)posted with start time:


    The Beyond, first 5-10 seconds
     
  2. Pliny Pete Puts Butts In Seats

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    Its way too short to call it a copy imo
    Plus a shitload of scary movies in the 80's used that same type of piano note to build tension so you cant really saying hes copying this particular person
     
  3. A.A. Riggs Black By Demand

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    Yes, it's very similassssss ass ass ass ass...

     
  4. Otto! Steel Belt Platinum Member

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    I just watched both videos on mute, and They sound the same.
     
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    Didn't need to watch the second video as I love The Beyond, yeah either that's a homage, a copy, or an incredible coincidence. That's the same song Emily plays on the piano in The Beyond (that's also used elsewhere in the film).
    Maybe Thom got confused as both original movies have a German Shepherd ripping out a blind person's throat after the dog was influenced by dark forces.
     

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