Edwin Wendler talks about writing music for the horror films Unnatural, I Spit on Your Grave 3, and Tales of Halloween.

Edwin Wendler began his musical career in the Vienna Boys’ Choir. With the Choir, he toured the world, singing in hundreds of concerts and operas. Years later, he earned certificates in film scoring and screenwriting from UCLA extension and was accepted into the prestigious ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop. Edwin Wendler’s feature film credits as a composer include The Interior (2007), Christmas With A Capital C (2010), Escape (2012), Tales Of Halloween (2015), and Unnatural (2015). His score for the documentary The Right To Love: An American Family (2013) was nominated for a GoldSpirit Award in 2014. In 2010, Mr. Wendler won a “Best Score” award at the Los Angeles International Film Festival, for his epic score, Azureus Rising (CG short).

Edwin Wendler composed additional music for the box office hit, Non-Stop (Universal/StudioCanal, 2014), starring Liam Neeson. He worked as an arranger, programmer, and orchestrator on movies such as X-Men: Days Of Future Past (20th Century Fox, 2014), Unknown (Warner Bros., 2011), Little Fockers (Universal / Paramount, 2010), The Losers (Warner Bros., 2010), Turistas (Fox, 2006), and Into The Blue (MGM / Sony, 2005). Mr. Wendler’s television credits include arranging on the 2006 Showtime series, Sleeper Cell: American Terror, as well as composing music for NBC’s popular reality series, Fear Factor.