Inferno Music Vault. I believe his buddy Phaota provided the additional pop tracks and some additional cues not heard on the original release, which is really excellent for fans of the film so hats off to them. To add my own little touch to this release I created some album art based on one of the original posters for the film. Newman's score is pretty enjoyable, but the crown jewel of the score is "Critter Skitter". I'd say this is worth downloading just for that track alone.
My friend Freddy's Fingers from The Paradise of Horror blog was recently talking about "Critters" and I had to post this one. Enjoy! I have added the trailer to the film below. One thing that I find odd about it is that it doesn't use Newman's score, but uses a cue from Charles Bernstein's score to "A Nightmare On Elm Street". I wonder why this is, aside from it being a New Line Cinema release. Maybe Newman's score wasn't ready at the time the trailer was cut.
"We're here for the Crites."