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.
With an exciting and ever fresh mix of electronic action music and emotional piano based pieces, “Killing Gunther” reaches unexpected depths as a standalone listen; the range between “Gabe’s theme” and “A little bit persona – remembering Blake” or “Blake’s package” makes me think that the movie as well might hide a little more than expected. – Soundtrack Dreams
Check out the fresh new review of the Killing Gunther soundtrack, featuring score by Dino Meneghin (MTV’s “Teen Wolf” and “Eye Candy”) now at Soundtrack Dreams. The review notes Meneghin’s incredible range of musical styles throughout the score, so don’t expect the typical action-flick cues!
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).