“Halo 2 anniversary” is different from most of the game scores out there and will end up as one of my favorites of the year.
As the score ends, I am already thinking of specific moments in my life when I would like to hear it again
My Twin Peaks music archives series continues with the final two episodes, which feature tracks unused in the series. In episode 8 I look for gems in tracks 171 – 190. The section begins ...
Once in a while, not often enough, along comes a score that burrows inside me from the first cue, and once it’s there it just spreads a warmth that takes me over from inside. It ...
Hania is a Polish drama film which I haven’t seen. From the description of the movie, I’m expecting something dark and depressing. Unfortunately, Jan A.P. Kaczmarek’s score for this one doesn’t really get any ...
“The Visitor” was an interesting listen because it managed to tell me exactly what the character and movie are about. This is the brilliance of it, and it’s another of the unforgettable Jan Kaczmarek gems….
With its subtle emotions, intense themes and deep impact, “Mockingjay” delivers
The score, just like that well I mentioned, has a thin entrance and runs extremely deep
As sometimes silence is more powerful than words, so here this theme is more powerful than many more complex ones.
“Far cry 4” shines for me through its atmospheric cues
If you ever need a lovely piano intermezzo, this score is right for it. It sounds like a piano improvisation on a wonderful summer evening among friends.
In its second half, “Walking with the enemy” has found the depth and emotion I had hoped it had, and Timothy Williams strengthened the fabric of this very hard movie with his music.
“Unfaithful” hits the bull’s eye in every aspect: as a standalone listen, as a musical composition and as a companion for the movie
In a year filled with amazing game scores, Trevor Morris’s “Dragon Age – Inquisition” shines and will end up among the best of them
The only parts I really love are the ones with vocalize. They get to me and I will listen to them again
Bolero seems to be the main theme of this score, and “Red” really comes together in the second half.
The review of the Twin Peaks musical archives continues with episode 7, which focuses on tracks 143 to 170. With Laura’s murder solved and her essence gone from the show, the music loses some ...
“Hector and the search for happiness” has its well defined niche in the score world.