Lakeshore Records has released Black Site–Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, featuring score by Patrick Savage featuring Holeg Spies (The Human Centipede, The Outsider, Shadowland). The album also features the head banger of a track, “White Light” by Sean Hinds, Dominic Lewis, and Rama Parwata. Full album details below.
Starting Michelle Monaghan, Jason Clarke, Jai Courtney, and directed by Sophia Banks, Black Site is now available on Digital (watch on Red Box).
“Driven by a strong lead performance from Michelle Monaghan, Black Site features some bloody action movie thrills as its titular subterranean facility is torn apart by Jason Clarke’s one man terrorist army.” – Decider
Film music site Soundtrack Geek dives deep (emotionally and musically) on their review for Patriots Day (Music From The Motion Picture), out now on Lakeshore Records. Score by Academy Award® Winners Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross (The Social Network, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Before The Flood), the review inspires critic Jørne Tillnes to revisit the composer duo’s other great film scores, “There’s something very hypnotic about this score…I truly enjoy cues like ‘The Place You Are Right Now’.” See the full review at Soundtrack Geek.
Fall In Love With Playing It Cool Now On DIRECTV, On Demand 3/31, In Theaters May 8
The soundtrack to Playing It Cool is out now digitally on iTunes! Featuring the score by Jake Monaco, preview the album below and show the film some love! UPDATE: The film will be available On Demand on March 31 and in theaters on May 8! Fall in love with the soundtrack!
Playing It Cool: Soundtrack Available Now On iTunes Via Lakeshore Records, Film Starring Chris Evans And Michelle Monaghan Available On VOD (2/14) And In Theaters Soon!
My expectations of a romantic comedy score aren’t usually very big and “Playing it cool” easily surpasses them. It’s short, it’s only a collection of moments and it has a theme I had time to recognize in 20 minutes of music. The score never drags and has a very enjoyable rhythm. It leaves me in a very good mood. -Read the full review at SoundtrackDreams.com