Stonehearst Asylum is a very deft character piece and morality play masquerading as a macabre thriller. –Nerdist
Stonehearst Asylum, the new film starring Kate Beckinsale (Underworld: Awakening, Snow Angels) and Jim Sturgess (One Day, Cloud Atlas) is on VOD and in theaters now (check showtimes). Music composed and conducted by Academy Award nominee John Debney (Houdini, Draft Day, Walk of Shame), the soundtrack features classical orchestral cues befitting the period drama.
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Stonehearst Asylum (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
- Eliza’s Theme
- Eliza’s Story
- Wagon Ride
- Seeing the Asylum
- Edward Enters Asylum
- Eliza Plays
- Eliza Warns Edward/Secret Passage
- We Are Not Crazy
- Dangerous Liaison
- Lamb Gives a Tour
- Edward Meets Timm
- Edward Meets Eliza
- The Chase
- The Doctor’s Story
- Edward’s Plea to Eliza
- Shock Therapy
- Danse Macabre Saint Saens
- Edward Searches/Finn Kills Millie
- Eliza Finds Dead Millie/Inmates Revelry
- Bonfire/Edward Prepares
- Finn/Edward Fight
- Strapped To Gurney/Edward Confesses
- Electrocution/Lamb’s Story Revealed
- Finn Catches Fire/Escape
- Aftermath/First Kiss
- I Am Dr. Newgate!
- Edward’s Story
- Eliza’s Waltz
- Eliza and Edward
Stonehearst Asylum is in theaters now (check showtimes).
Based on a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, the chilling tale directed by Brad Anderson co-stars Ben Kingsley (Shutter Island, Elegy), Michael Caine (The Dark Knight, The Prestige), Brendan Gleeson (Gangs of New York, In Bruges) and David Thewlis (The Fifth Estate, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2).
Related: Stonehearst Asylum (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Official Album Preview
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