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A great score for a crappy movie

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A great score for a crappy movie   Thursday, October 6, 2011 (5:51 p.m.) 

This is like one of the very few cases where the film score is better than the movie. I was really worried about the conventions it might use since it is a horror film but it really pulls ahead as one of the better horror scores of 2011, just the same can't be said of the movie it was meant to support.


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Re: A great score for a crappy movie   Friday, October 7, 2011 (2:36 a.m.) 
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> This is like one of the very few cases where the film score is better than
> the movie. I was really worried about the conventions it might use since
> it is a horror film but it really pulls ahead as one of the better horror
> scores of 2011, just the same can't be said of the movie it was meant to
> support.

Very true.
Another good score for a horror movie this year was Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, by Marco Beltrami. Some parts were cliched and unenjoyable, but a good portion of it was awesome.



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