soundtrack review

  1. Neil Middlemiss

    Wolf Totem by James Horner - Soundtrack Review

    Release Company: Milan Records Catalog ID: B00U0YFFEW Film Year: 2015 Running Time: 58:57 Number of Discs: 1 Edition: Digital Release Composer(s): James Horner Release Date: 02/26/2015 Wolf Totem Soundtrack Review The Score: 4/5 Wolf Totem, based on the novel by Lu Jiamin, tells the...
  2. Neil Middlemiss

    Blade Runner: 30th Anniversary Celebration Soundtrack CD Review

    Blade Runner: 30th Anniversary Celebration Soundtrack CD Review The motley iterations of the music from Ridley Scott’s science-fiction masterpiece by Greek composer Vangelis are as many as the versions of the film itself. Besides the approved release by Vangelis himself in 1994, there have been...
  3. Neil Middlemiss

    Man of Steel Deluxe Edition CD Soundtrack Review

    It is impossible to approach Hans Zimmer’s score for Man of Steel, the latest film featuring the messianic superhero Superman, without immediately hearing the opening bars of John Williams’ triumphant theme for the red-caped hero as heard in the 1978 film, Superman: The Movie. For many...
  4. Kevin EK

    Star Trek: The Original Series Soundtrack Collection Review - Highly Recommended

    In a release long-awaited by fans of the series, La-La Land Records has assembled a comprehensive collection of the soundtrack music created for the original 1960s television series Star Trek. Running over 17 hours in length and spanning 15 CDs, Star Trek: The Original Series Soundtrack...
  5. Neil Middlemiss

    Skyfall Soundtrack CD Review

    The look, the loves, the gadgets and the lavish locations across the globe are as much a part of the 007 DNA as James Bond’s theme plucked confidently on a guitar. Cinema’s most enduring franchise celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2012. 50 years since Sean Connery became the onscreen embodiment...
  6. Neil Middlemiss

    Life of Pi Soundtrack Review

    Mychael Danna, a composer familiar with dramatic scoring for films like Water, Breach, Capote and The Ice Storm (collaborating with Pi director Ang Lee), shines with his mystical and marvelous score for Life of Pi’s big screen adaptation. A mixture of western and eastern musical styles and...