Mister Stichs

Mister Stichs

Released: 08/24/2016


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“When a family moves from their home in Downey, California to a rustic country house in Texas, they begin to feel an ominous presence pervading through the house and lands surrounding it.

After coming in contact with the darkness first hand, the family is thrust into a crucible of madness that sends them into a spiral of terror and threatens to tear them apart.

Can they thwart the unspeakable evil of their stalker? Or will the vengeance of Mister Stichs leave them splintered, and clawing for sanity?”

A dark and suspenseful Original ‘N’otion Picture Soundtrack from Keith Richie.

Mister Stichs is the follow up release to my 2014 Original ‘N’otion Picture Soundtrack album March of the Inanimate.

The Original ‘N’otion Picture Soundtrack series of releases are audio stories intended to spark the imagination.   As with March of the Inanimate, the backing story is currently in development.  You will have the option to obtain the story behind Mister Stichs at the time of release or shortly thereafter.  Think of them as short stories or screenplays for films that currently do not exist.

Be sure to visit the official Mister Stichs site at http://misterstichs.com !



Trailer Videos for Mister Stichs

A YouTube playlist of album art videos for the album


Album Review of “Mister Stichs” by Keith Richie from Journeyscapes Radio.

“Not only is ‘Mister Stichs’ impressively reminiscent of a John Carpenter film score, the album also greatly reminds me of Tangerine Dream (whom Keith is likewise admirable of). He makes fantastic use of modern and vintage synthesizers, along with riveting and realistic-seeming surround-sound effects that boasts continually alternating intervals of serenity and suspense. Proving once again that Keith Richie easily ranks among today’s best electronic music composers, ‘Mister Stichs’ is not to be missed, especially, by fans of both John Carpenter and Tangerine Dream!”  ~Candice Michelle

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