"Spikes" is a 1970s-style slasher film featuring an all-analog synthesizer score, reminiscent of such classics as the music of John Carpenter, Chattaway's "Maniac," Myrow and Seagrave's "Phantasm," or the works of Italian horror prog band GOBLIN ("Suspiria," "Deep Red.").

Created by a Chicago-based production team of great renown, including composer and director Darren Callahan (of TEENAGE BLACKOUT and TRAVEL), with screenwriter David Scott Hay, based on an idea by Aaron Christensen, with poster art by Scott Jackson, graphic design by Regan Davis, photography by Jim Luning, effects by Fraser Coffeen, makeup by Valerie Lynnvanderkolk, and starring Patrizia Fuchs, Ryan Ben, and Michelle Courvais.

Release Date: April 20, 2010


  • Main Titles
  • Walking To School
  • Early Morning Killing
  • Tracy
  • Meet Me at the Bike Racks
  • Amanda
  • The Drive to the Sticks
  • Weapon Retrieval
  • Plans with Steve
  • Train Tracks
  • Severed Arm
  • The Open Field
  • Grim Discovery
  • A Rough Childhood
  • Killing Girls
  • Tracy and Amanda
  • I Have Plans for You
  • Wood Path
  • Sun Sets
  • The Door! The Door!
  • The Metal Shop
  • Knots
  • Rigging a Trap
  • Tracy's Escape
  • Chase Through the Trees
  • End Titles

Written, Produced, and Recorded by Darren Callahan