Charlie Clouser is closer to the Saw films than even Jigsaw himself. He’s one of the few select people to have worked on all eight movies. His hard driving, ear-splitting, cacophonic concoction of twisted metal, drum beats, and industrial waste set to music has been the perfect solution for the ultimate Saw riddle.
In our next installment of Tony Giles' mega-awesome composer podcast, Charlie Clouser survives long enough to talk intimately about his creative process, pains, aches, joys and highlights while composing the “eleven to twelve hours” of music for the franchise.
Today also marks the release of the Saw Anthology Volumes 1 and 2 available exclusively in the United States through FYE and in the UK through HMV.
Sit back, relax and let Jigsaw…er..uhhh, I mean Tony, take you through the maze of Saw music through Charlie’s own words. Listen carefully, if you will. There are rules…