Musician Charlie Clouser is best known for his work as a member of industrial rock act Nine Inch Nails and for his work remixing various performers, including David Bowie, Rob Zombie, White Zombie, Rammstein, Marilyn Manson, and Deftones, to just name a few. But Clouser's talents stretch to film as well. He collaborated with Trent Reznor (who worked as both producer and musician) on the eclectic soundtrack to Oliver Stone's controversial lovers-on-the-run film "Natural Born Killers." Clouser's own producing skills were put to use remixing other bands' songs for various soundtracks too, like "The Matrix Reloaded." Clouser has also branched out as a composer of film music, primarily for the intense cult favorite "Saw" and the subsequent sequels, and for the NBC show "Las Vegas." Clouser's scores can also be heard in such slickly squalid shockers as "Dead Silence," "Death Sentence" (both directed by James Wan), "Resident Evil: Extinction," and the remake of "The Stepfather."