Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Soundtrack Wednesday - Stoker

By Sati. Wednesday, March 20, 2013 , ,

Track: Uncle Charlie
Artist: Clint Mansell
Movie: Stoker

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20 comments:

  1. Awesome pick, Sati! The soundtrack is definitely one of the highlights of the film, really adds a lot to the creepy atmosphere, but it's also beautiful. I love classical music so this is the kind of soundtracks I like. That piano scene is just WOW. Hope you get to see this soon. P.S. Matthew Goode is sooo gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you! I heard Philip Glass's track from that scene and it sounded lovely, from the looks of it this is one intense scene! I hope so too, but it has very limited release :(

      He is really handsome but I'm more into more manly guys, he is just a bit too pretty :P

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    2. Oh I like Philip Glass too! His score for The Hours is wonderful.

      Yeah I guess you're right, Goode is a bit too pretty, especially here. I like my man rugged too, like Dalton and of course Richard Armitage!! :D Btw, would you mind reading a pitch I did a while ago where I cast Richard in one of the roles? I'll send you the link via Twitter DM.

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    3. It really is, one of my all time favorites - it went with the movie beautifully! Glass rarely disappoints, very cool that he helped Mansell out here.

      I'd love to to read that! :)

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  2. Right from the start I took notice of the score right away. Is is one of the best haunting scores since "Pan's Labyrinth"

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    1. It's wonderful, I keep listening to it. Clint Mansell never disappoints!

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  3. Sounds great and I love your selection of screen shots. Still really want to check this out despite seeing some mixed reviews.

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    1. Thank you! I'm definitely seeing the movie at first opportunity.

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  4. I'm really hoping to see this film this coming weekend. I love Chan-wook Park and Clint Mansell.

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    1. I'm looking forward to your review!

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  5. Not Mansell's greatest but still very creepy and perfectly suited to the film.

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    1. I really like the music, I think Mansell was the best possible choice here.

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  6. The score really helped play a big part in Stoker, really helped with the whole uncomfortable, unsettling tone. Mansell has done a great job.

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    1. I really can't wait to see this one! :)

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  7. I had no idea Mansell scored this! Seeing it tomorrow, can't wait.

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  8. I thought this is kind of a vampire movie, but I was wrong about it. It's great not for kids though..

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    1. Yeah many people thought that because of the whole 'Stoker' name :)

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  9. Brilliant track, and I love those images. Can't wait to see this!

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    1. Same here, it's one of my most anticipated of the year!

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