PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES
Fernando Velazquez, 2016, Varese Sarabande
23 tracks, 58:03
It sounds like a lot of fun this “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies”, but will Fernando Velazquez’s score be anywhere near as good as “Crimson Peak”, his other recent exploration of Gothic horror?
2016 Round Up – January (1/12)
In spite of best intentions, it is genuinely unfortunate that some scores don’t receive a lengthy, dedicated review. But unreviewed does not mean unheard. So let’s focus, if only briefly, on those scores that got away this month. Such as: Bear McCreary’s “The Boy” and “The Forest”, Mychael Danna’s “Remember”, Lorne Balfe’s “13 Hours…”, Ben Lovett’s “Synchronicity”, Daniel Belardinelli’s “Lamb” and Charlie Mole’s “Dad’s Army”.
Timothy Williams, 2016, Milan Records
21 tracks, 57:39
Timothy Williams is on the move; on the way up. With each score this man impresses more and more. Will “Diablo” continue that trend?
KUNG FU PANDA 3
Hans Zimmer, 2016, Sony Classical
23 tracks, 69:17
The martial panda is back, but without John Powell this time. Can Hans Zimmer really pull this one off on his own?