The Haunting of Hill House is a television series based on the 1959 novel of the same name by Shirley Jackson. It follows the Crain family, who once lived in the haunted Hill House and experienced terrifying supernatural events. The show combines elements of horror, family drama, and psychological suspense, captivating audiences with its intricate storytelling and compelling characters.
Below are the opening credits of the show.
Scary as fudge.
All of the show’s music is credited to The Newton Brothers—John Andrew Grush and Taylor Newton Stewart—American film score composers, record producers, and multi-instrumentalists, known for their collaborations with director Mike Flanagan (also the creator of The Haunting of Hill House).
If you are really into the show and its music, then you should check out its official soundtrack.