Composers: Richard Marvin
Label: Lakeshore Records
Release Date: November 24, 2009
I’m glad I reviewed this soundtrack, since I get a free copy for doing so, but I’m not sure I would want to buy it. If you like to set a mood at your next party — an ominous mood that something’s not quite right and at any minute someone will jump out of the darkness and rip the heads off your guests — then you might enjoy this soundtrack.
Or if you have a movie that needs a really good soundtrack to gives life to the nerve-fraying parts. In that case, you might get this soundtrack. As background for various scenes in a movie starring Bruce Willis in situations that would make lesser men run away screaming, this music is very good. I’m pretty sure there are people out there who live for this type of stuff. They like music that doesn’t go from point A to point B. They prefer something that is stuck in one place because the point is to set a mood for a movie. Those people will love this effort. “Urine Abomination,” for example, sets a very dark tone.
This effort gets extra stars because it achieved its original purpose: to provide mood for a movie. But it doesn’t get more than three because its appeal will be limited, most likely, to people who want to set a terrifying background mood for their Halloween haunted house. Or if they have a really dark YouTube clip they want to post.
Rating: 3 / 5 Stars
- “Pix Title Sequence” (03:14)
- “Drive to Club” (01:39)
- “Cam’s Apt / Greer’s Apt” (04:06)
- “Warrant Received / Foot Chase” (06:20)
- “Urine Abomination” (00:57)
- “Prophet Lies / Greer Rides” (01:29)
- “I Want You” (02:03)
- “Operation Prophet” (01:49)
- “Stone’s Headache” (03:01)
- “T-Bone / Stone Zapped” (05:41)
- “Shift Enter” (05:26)
- “Aftermath” (05:21)