hemlock-groveTodd Haberman has joined composer Nathan Barr to co-score the third season of the Netflix original series Hemlock Grove. The show based on the novel by Brian McGreevey is executive produced by Eli Roth (HostelCabin FeverThe Green Inferno) and stars Famke Janssen, Landon Liboiron, Bill Skarsgard, Madeleine Martin and Camille De Pazzis. In the new season, the town’s grim secrets continue to unravel at an alarming pace as Olivia, Roman, Peter and Shelley are introduced to mysterious new people while facing dangerous and unexpected obstacles. Charles H. Eglee (DexterThe ShieldDark Angel) returns as the project’s showrunner. Barr previously composed the music for the first two seasons of the Gaumont International Television production and received an Emmy Award nomination for his main titles theme in 2013. The third and final season of Hemlock Grove will premiere this Friday, October 23 on Netflix.

todd-habermanHaberman whose previous scoring credits include the Bad Ass movie series and The Hungover Games and who contributed additional music to TV shows including ArrowRevolution and No Ordinary Family also has the dramatic thriller The Charnel House coming up. The movie is directed by Craig Moss (Bad Ass) and stars Callum Blue, Nadine Velazquez, Makenzie Moss and Erik LaRay Harvey. The film follows a British architect who transferred the long-abandoned Fairmont Meat Company slaughterhouse into ultramodern lofts and is faced with a deadly secret that’s patiently spent the past 30 years within the aged brick building. Emanuel Isler and Chad Israel have written the screenplay and Sandra Siegal & Mark B. Johnson (Miss Meadows) are producing the project. A release in 2016 is expected.

The composer’s upcoming projects also include the horror thriller Satanic, which he is co-scoring with Jim Dooley (Pushing Daisies, The Last Ship, Obsessed). The film is directed by Jeffrey G. Hunt (The Vampire Diaries, Gotham) and stars Sarah Hyland, Steven Krueger, Justin Chon, and Sophie Dalah. The movie follows a group of college-aged coeds who are visiting old Satanic Panic-era sites in LA and follow the creepy owner of an occult store home, only to find themselves saving a suspicious girl from an apparent human sacrifice. Anthony Jaswinski (Vanishing on 7th Street) has written the screenplay. Michael Moran and Lawrence Matti (Mr. Right, Powers) are producing the film. Magnolia Pictures’ Magnet Releasing has picked up domestic distribution rights for the movie, which is expected to be released next year.