In tactfully tackling some of the often-sensationalized issues surrounding schizophrenia, Sattler and screenwriter Steve Waverly craft a topical and emotionally accessible film that should easily connect with sympathetic viewers.. – Justin Lowe The Hollywood Reporter
The film’s writer-director is British-born Sabrina Doyle, who is making her feature debut after spending the past decade in Los Angeles making short films. Her touch is nearly perfect: authentic, patient, guiding — giving her actors plenty of space. And they respond. – San Francisco Chronicle
Jeff Russo’s latest film score comes in the form of the drama Lorelei, released this past summer and available now On Digital. Starring Pablo Schreiber as a man who is released from prison after 15 years and reunites with his high school girlfriend (Jenna Malone) who is now a single mother of three. The soundtrack has been released digitally on all major music services worldwide via Lakeshore Records! View the album tracklist and streaming links below.
Vertical Entertainment presents Lorelei, available now on Digital.
Streaming platform Hulu has activated its popular “Huluween” playlist of creepy and kooky Halloween-centric horror titles, including The Addams Family (2019) animated movie voiced by an all-star cast: Oscar Isaac (“Gomez Addams”), Charlize Theron (“Morticia Addams”), Chlöe Grace Moretz (“Wednesday Addams”), Finn Wolfhard (“Pugsley”), Nick Kroll (“Uncle Fester”), Snoop Dogg (“It”), and… we could keep going, but it’s better you just check out the movie!
Academy Award-winning Composer Mychael Danna (The Life of Pi, Little Miss Sunshine) and EMMY-nominated Composer Jeff Danna provide the spooky score. They also return as composers for The Addams Family 2 (pre-save the album here), with the soundtrack releasing Friday, October 15, 2021, via Lakeshore Records.
Gather around your loved ones and keep some Scooby snacks nearby: Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon is now streaming on HBO Max! This epic collaboration between the Scooby gang and the wrestling stars of the WWE makes for a very memorable — and spooky — car race. See your favorite wrestlers such as Golddust and The Undertaker cartoonified! The score by Ryan Shore is a real treat — listen to a preview of the album below.
Continuing our natural horror collection is none other than In The Earth, The Stairs, and 2018’s most buzzed-about natural horror-meets-alien sci-fi drama, Annihilation! In all three films, characters enter a forest and eventually find out that nature has a mind of its own. For In The Earth, you find yourself wondering whether nature is trying to communicate with you. In Annihilation, our characters get caught up in “The Shimmer,” a mysterious quarantine zone in which everything caught in its bubble is mutated to the extreme. For the recent August release of The Stairs, our protagonists stumble into a hidden world via a mysterious set of stairs situated in the forest of the Cascade Mountains.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you when you hear the three-note earworm by Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow (Annihilation), the hypnotic ambience provided by Clint Mansell (In The Earth), and B.C. Smith’s tense electronic score that feels at times organic (The Stairs).