The nation watched in terror on Sunday evening, as Donald Trump unleashed his menacing "lurker" tactic on his opponent, Hillary Clinton, encroaching on any/all personal space boundaries as she addressed questions asked of her.

His creepy wandering, whether him needing to use the restroom, or a not-a-subtle way of exerting dominance, was effective in its distraction; viewers and the internet were wracked with fear/panic as Trump loomed behind Hill. It was a true horror movie:

In the spirit of that, Funny Or Die enlisted Oscar-nominated legendary film composer Danny Elfman--who most famously provided soundtracks for most of Tim Burton's films--to capture the collective dread of watching this emissary of Hell lumber after Clinton on stage.

Mr. Elfman, like all of us, shared the same anxiety:

Watching Trump lurching behind Hillary during the debate felt a bit like a zombie movie. Like at any moment he was going to attack her, rip off her head, and eat her brains.

In turn, the music icon has offered up a jaw-dropping sonic accompaniment that pretty much summarizes this entire election.

Listen below.

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