This has bugged me for years. When I was a kid I bought silent horror movies on VHS from an Ebay seller in Canada, and they all had the same score, which was used throughout the whole movie, and it's really creepy music, really great, and I've always tried to figure out what it was. A few years back I realized the same music is used sometimes in The Twilight Zone, one episode that stuck out with it was A Thing about Machines, but I couldn't remember any exact scenes to describe it. The other night the episode's on where the couple got drunk and wound up in a doll's house, when the wife pulls back the covers and finds herself still wearing her party dress, the music's playing there. My brother always insists it's just stock music, but even so it would have to have a name, wouldn't it, so people knew where to find it to use in films and TV? So anybody who's seen that episode, who knows what I'm talking about, does anybody know what the music is called?
That's it! That whole video is the music I've been trying to find for years. It always drove my mother crazy when we'd watch The Bat (1926) or Nosferatu or The Cat and the Canary and they were ALL scored with that through the whole film. It works for the suspenseful parts but the problem was there wasn't any variety throughout the duller moments, though I always liked it better than that dull music some silent movies get scored with that do absolutely nothing for the atmosphere. Thank you so much!