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Throwback Thursday: ‘Underworld’ – A Film Music Video Journey

Pre-order the Underworld: Blood Wars Soundtrack: [iTunes]

On the eve of the Underworld: Blood Wars theatrical and soundtrack premieres, we take you on a film music journey through the Underworld movie franchise, which has spawned some of the most memorable film scores and inspired-by music that has ever graced the Vampire vs. Lycans (aka werwolves) movie genre.  From Paul Haslinger to Marco Beltrami to Michael Wandmacher, their individual scores pretty much exhibited what it means to make the world of Underworld sound even more powerful and badass.  Pre-game the Underworld premiere by watching our epic playlist below!

Screen Gems and Lakeshore Entertainment present UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS, in theaters January 6 (get tickets).

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EXCLUSIVE! Preview Underworld: Blood Wars Soundtrack – Score By Michael Wandmacher + Feat. ‘Sound Of Your Scream’ By Brain & Melissa

ComingSoon.net has the exclusive album preview of Underworld: Blood Wars (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), out Friday, January 6 on Lakeshore Records (pre-order here).  The album features score by Michael Wandmacher (My Blood Valentine 3D) and the song, “Sound Of Your Scream” by composing duo Brain & Melissa (Bryan Mantia: Primus, Guns N’ Roses; Melissa Reese: Guns N’ Roses, Bootsy Collins).  Preview the album now at ComingSoon.net!

Screen Gems and Lakeshore Entertainment present UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS, in theaters January 6 (get tickets).

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Underworld: Blood Wars Soundtrack – Michael Wandmacher Score Out On January 6

Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Underworld: Blood Wars,
available digitally on January 6!  The album features score by Michael Wandmacher, known for his sore to blockbuster My Bloody Valentine and Marvel’s Punisher: War Zone.  

Another of Wandmacher’s passions is working within the culturally prevalent world of EDM under his DJ alias Khursor. In addition to his original songwriting, he has produced re-imagines for songs from artists as wide-ranging as Sting (who recorded a brand new vocal for the classic Every Breath You Take specifically for Michael’s version of the song), Soundgarden, The Who, Lenny Kravitz, Culture Club and Black Sabbath.

Screen Gems and Lakeshore Entertainment present UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS, in theaters January 6.

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The Soundtracks Of Nicolas Cage Films

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If you haven’t seen a Nicolas Cage film, then we offer you a handy guide to a selection of his films through the years, based on soundtracks released on Lakeshore Records!  See the diverse actor play the action hero, the sensitive but flawed politician, or at his most Nicolas Cage-y best playing a war lord, backed by solid scores produced by the best in the business: Joseph LoDuca, Michael Wandmacher, Mark Isham and more!  Watch the playlists below.

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‘Drag Me To Hell’ And ‘Piranha 3D’ Named To 100 Best Horror Films Of The 2000s List | Audiences Everywhere

Sam Raimi very apparently loves making horror films. Nearly three full decades after the release of his now-fan favorite Evil Dead, Raimi released Drag Me to Hell, a movie that exhibits the same fanboy zeal as his original. – Audiences Everywhere

 

Classic horror films Drag Me To Hell (score by Christopher Young) and Piranha 3D (score by Michael Wandmacher) have been named to The 100 Best Horror Films Of The 2000s list by film magazine, Audiences Everywhere.  Read further for more on Drag Me To Hell and Piranha 3D, soundtracks both out now on Lakeshore Records.  Which of your favorite horror films made the list?

Lakeshore Records: Drag Me To Hell Soundtrack - Music By Christopher Young

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