Music to Make Horror Films By: May, “When He Calls Me Kitten” – Kelley Deal 6000

Published July 14, 2013 by biggayhorrorfan

Okay, okay! Some people do think the sound of my Aunt Magatha moaning in the graveyard is the coolest (non) song to the soundtrack of life.

But those truly in the know recognize that the sweet sounds of The Kelley Deal 6000’s “When He Calls Me Kitten”, bursting forth in the background of Lucky McKee’s awesome psychological horror fest May (2002), is one of the best celluloid meets aural magic moments – EVER!!! Chew on that, horror grumps!!!

You can keep up with all of the legendary Deal’s activities at

Meanwhile, you can always find Big Gay Horror Fan polishing his collection of The Breeders’ buttons at!

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE!!!

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