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Twisted Nerve
by Bernard Herrmann

Instrumental

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Kartikeya Srivastava

The original source of the whistle is the film Twisted Nerve released in 1968. Neither Kill Bill nor American Horror Story (though I must say, that I love both).

Belle 35 years ago

I just watched kill Bill btw the manga girls a badass

Random Name

@666 jordan Apparently you don't even care about proper English, so I'm not surprised you dont like "old shit". Any classical music from any of the masters absolutely shits on modern music.

seagrape54

Thanks for this info. I love a good whistler and it's such a rarity today to find one.

Andrés Ríos

We know how to read titles, but thanks, I guess.

Patrick Hamilton

HONESTLY, i would had killed and more if I were her and done more than she did. Yes I'm a man.

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Dizzy Blu

this is brilliant; its melodic, calming, suspenseful, creepy, unsettling, and joyous all at once! just like schizo character whom whistlesit.

Sansaboy Brutal

I only found it peaceful

Noah White

See, you pointed out exactly why it works on a subtler level without realizing you did! It is all those emotions and moods, and yet they all contradict each other. That lack of coherent structure or consistency, that contradiction! It's so unpredictable that the viewer can't feel comfortable, only tension can be built from contradiction like that!

Some Person

Splodge Box Well if you watch the movie that this whistle was first used in it's still creepy. The movie is Twisted nerve. Plot: film follows a disturbed young man, Martin, who pretends, under the name of Georgie, to be intellectually impaired in order to be near Susan—a girl with whom he has become infatuated—and who kills those who get in his way.

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