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The 10 Scariest Sounds in Movie History
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The film was released in the United States on September 5, In the peaceful Appalachian hills of eastern Kentucky , toxins are being dumped into abandoned mines, causing environmental havoc, but the locals, mindful of their jobs and the power of the mine owners, can do nothing. The EPA has received an anonymous letter from Jackson, Kentucky , and Taggert goes there undercover to continue his colleague's investigations. He stays in a room in the church's basement, and begins his cover work by repairing the roof at a house where one of the children is sick because of the pollution.
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Born from blues and folk, the country music genre has generated so many hits over the decades, it can be hard to keep track. From sad songs to upbeat numbers fit for a square dance to country beach songs to romantic tunes, there's something for everyone when it comes to country music and you can forget about haters who might say otherwise. But these iconic country tunes, from old Hank Williams and Patsy Cline tracks to more modern melodies with staying power Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats" will never get old , top our best classic country songs list. Whether you're driving down an old dirt road, headed to a Southern wedding, going on a summer road trip, singing karaoke , or celebrating Christmas , there's a classic country song for every occasion.
M ovies may be a visual medium, but the best scary flicks will cut right through the hand you instinctually put over your eyes. It could be a music swell or a small sound effect or a single spoken word, and with that, you get the creeps. But we also enlisted Jake Zavracky , a longtime composer for films and television, for some insight. Here are some movie sounds that frighten us the most.