I also saw this tonight.Very good, interesting film, like a 2hr Twilight Zone. There are some holes & perhaps missing scenes, but overall if you like Peele's recent horror/thriller/TZ films, it seems to fit in that stable.
Excellent use of songs, well chosen - bogus only 13 are on the album out of 20, 25?
Powell's score is quite good, unique. I run the 'to buy or not to buy?' meter on every film. First half- relief, I'll save $31.
The second half however incorporates some terrific female vocalizations, ensemble & solo, all seemingly manipulated. Excellent mix really features this aspect often. I was won over (and $31 poorer...) by this point. There is a short, cool panicky string cue for a scene where a character discovers a file...I hope it's present? Call back to short, panicky Goldsmith thriller writing.
The sole action cue, Victory Chase, sealed it. Perhaps a bit out of place for this film, it's a wild ride of rattling, clicky clacky aggressive percussion, well mixed, that is like a farewell blast of ideas from the Bourne films.
I can't quite tell if Mondo is the sole distributor of the upcoming physical CD, or if it will be available elsewhere (Amazon, etc). It's from WaterTower, so it probably will be available elsewhere.... but assume Mondo's the exclusive distributor, just to avoid disappointment.