Guns Akimbo—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack featuring music by Enis Rotthoff (Wetlands, The White Orchid) is out digitally via Music.Film and Varese Sarabande! Rotthoff’s electronic score provides a wildly energized backdrop to the hilariously dark and violent action comedy.
Says Rotthoff: “Working on this film has truly been a unique experience for me. It’s almost as if my 15-year-old self, growing up in the 80s and 90s, had time travelled to 2019 to help me realize this score.”
Starring Daniel Radcliffe (Swiss Army Man), the film is now playing in US theaters (get tickets). See album listening links and the movie trailer below.
It’s yet another winner for this unflashy teaming of cinematic street smarts and deeply felt film music, one that goes to the “Bottom of the 9th” with hard life lyricism and redemptive rhythmic grit. – Film Music Magazine
Coming Friday, July 26 is Stephen Endelman’s score to Bottom of the 9th, the new film starring Joe Manganiello (Justice League, “True Blood”), Golden Globe Nominee Sofia Vergara (“Modern Family“, Hot Pursuit), Denis O’Hare (Dallas Buyers Club, “True Blood”) and Academy Award® Nominee Burt Young (Rocky, Chinatown). See the full album track list below. Bottom of the 9th reunites Endelman with Rob The Mob Director Raymond De Felitta. Ahead of the album release, check out this glowing review and interview over at Film Music Magazine!
Saban Film presents BOTTOM OF THE 9TH, now playing in select theaters (get tickets).
A mostly swift and lively ride as the tables turn — and turn again — in some absurdly clever ways. – Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in action with Taran Killam’s slapstick caper, Killing Gunther! As “Gunther,” “The Arnold” is the ultimate contract killer, and young assassins are after him. Released today on blu-ray and DVD, who can resist a good Schwarzenegger film? Featuring score by Dino Meneghin (MTV’s “Teen Wolf” and “Eye Candy”), the soundtrack is out now via Lakeshore Records.
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Killing Gunther, available digitally on Friday, December 1. The album features original score by Composer Dino Meneghin (MTV’s “Teen Wolf” and “Eye Candy”). Directed by Taran Killam, the film stars Cobie Smulders, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Allison Tolman. See the track list below.
Arnold Schwarzenegger gives a deliciously unhinged performance in this self-aware action comedy. – Randall Coburn, Consequence of Sound
Saban Films presents KILLING GUNTHER, available now on Digital (rent it on iTunes) and coming December 26 on Blu-ray/DVD (pre-order here).
‘The Trust’ Soundtrack Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records – Download Here: [iTunes]
Reza’s music offers emotive piano lines juxtaposed with fragile and sometimes busy echoing percussion. He creates an immersive, poignant musical backdrop to the Brewer brothers’ new release. – CutCommon Mag
His performance in THE TRUST harks back to the days of RAISING ARIZONA and LEAVING LAS VEGAS (which landed him his Academy Award for Best Actor). Great things happen when Cage is allowed to let loose a little and it takes a good director (or two) to know how to bring that out in the right way. – Film and TV Now
The reviews are in, and Nicolas Cage is receiving accolades for his performance as a crooked cop in The Trust movie! Co-starring is Elijah Wood (Cooties) and Sky Ferreira (Elvis & Nixon), plus a fun cameo by comedy legend, Jerry Lewis. Download or stream Reza Safinia’s score to this New York Times Critics’ Pick film!
Saban Films presents THE TRUST, in theaters now (find a theater) and on VOD now (rent it on iTunes).
‘The Trust’ Review: Nic Cage Delivers A Solid Thriller – ScreenCrush
Wood and Cage have a terrific dynamic together. – Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times
Throughout Alex and Benjamin Brewer’s film, Nicolas Cage holds the screen with his distinct timing and expressive force of being. – Slant Magazine