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Thursday, December 09, 2010

Michael Kamen & Orbital - Event Horizon: Selections from the Motion Picture Soundtrack (1997 - 320kbps)


Roger Camden said...

the movie certainly has its moments
sam neill with gouged-out eyes
it seems like they were aiming for Hellraiser-in-space
(which was its own movie, IIRC)
but it only got as good as haunted-house-in-space
(still pretty good)

oh, there's that scare scene early on where you think someone grabs dude's shoulder and it turns out to be a floating glove that somehow managed to bump into him in a way that totally suggested grabbing and not aimlessness
that part always pissed me off
cheap scares are bullshit

Audiozobe said...

You know, I don't think I realized Orbital were part of the soundtrack of this movie. Although enjoyable, the flick suffers from the Alien syndrome - the combination of deep space and horror that became the standard sci-fi fare after Ridley Scott changed the genre forever. It's too bad, too, because there's not that much smart science-fiction coming out in movies anymore, and as brilliant as the original Alien was, it almost ruined the whole genre for all those who love it...

Or maybe I'm just grumpy. Anyhow, thanks for the soundtrack.