Anything in particular re the score? I haven't seen anything and new Wallfisch is always a good news... although I would prefer him to do anything but these "scary" or "action" movies... his strongest side is somewhere else...
Like about 80% of new score releases these days, a digital release is a cert, a vinyl release is a good probability, while a CD release is highly unlikely, unless our label friends step in, or the composer really pushes for one.
Very much looking forward to the film, as I love practically everything Leigh Whannel has done so far. The score? Well, I'm a Wallfisch fan in general, but not usually a fan of horror scores. We'll see how it pans out; the Norwegian press screening is March 2nd.
Good work of horror, the use of strings (i wasn't expecting something like that, is more in the line of A Cure for Wellness than his other stuff), no brass, but plenty of electronics and abrasive use of them, but usually with Wallfisch, at least for me, creates the mood for this kind of stuff.
PS: Such underrated work is Hollow Man, movie and score, curiosly, i was listening that score yesterday, and is such an tremendous (still adrenalitic) action work.
If you're interested in watching the film, don't watch the trailer.
I saw the trailer in the cinema before 1917 - now I don't need to see the film (not that i ever was going to).
I've only liked that last Whannell film he did about the guy with the fighting powers, which was decent. All his "horror" stuff is bilge and he's a bad actor too.
The music sample was pretty interesting, I'll check it out. Wallfisch can be great, and i like his collaborations. His stuff works in the films, even if i wouldn't necessarily listen to it on an album.