- Wed Oct 10, 2018 1:17 am
Well, Mateo, side D is approximately 10 minutes of cues that are arranged in a suite, starting with an alternate version of the closing track "Cigarettes, Ices, Etc.
" which I very much like, I think it's one of the best track along with the vocal Mater Tenebrarum track. The alternate version is not unlike the original version. The rest of the suite feels full enough, it doesnt feel like filler tracks to me, but I have to say that the whole Inferno
score is chaotic and changing and I don't have a clear enough grasp of all the themes and motifs in there to recognise if the suite has a lot of differences with the original tracks, but I can say the suite flows nicely, I felt it was a nice addition to the soundtrack it's not a repetitive collection of cues.
I'm now almost done spinning this. I think Blair Witch, the movie, is a bit of a failure, in the way some characters act. I thought that the ending fails, because the final character acts in a way that doesn't make sense at all. A shame, because otherwise, there were some great ideas in there. I liked the way they treated the witch and time. I wanted to like it more. Anyway, this is a FINE sound design type, wooshing, moody dread score to play as background music for halloween.