The film was a passable suspense thriller - but what was outstanding was the score. Watching, I did not know who the composer was but said to myself, 'this is one of our masters no doubt'. Sure enough, it was Elfman. One of the best of his recent works. Especially in the way he punctuated things with those rhythmic Herrmannesque lunges. Looking forward to a release.
This is just getting weird now. I reckon, if I'D scored a Netflix film it would have had a digital or vinyl release by now, judging by recent weekly release slates. The fact that one of the BIGGEST, MOST POPULAR film composers of today hasn't had ANY kind of score release, to a mid-high profile film (even if it is a complete dog) is most strange. Unless one of our labels has managed to tie up a forthcoming deal that excludes any kind of release, but that's highly unlikely. I would much prefer a release of this score over THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN, or his forthcoming THE LAD ON THE BUS
Oh I'm sure they know, but it was a film that had a super rocky post production process and had to do a number of reshoots. Few seem to like the end result! Perhaps there just isn't much interest from anyone involved?
As I said earlier in the thread (it bears repeating), we're still waiting for a soundtrack release of Goldenthal's Netflix score OUR SOULS AT NIGHT. It's hard to understand which they deem worthy of releases and which not.