This "Dawn of the Dead" inspired chiller is strong on concept, style and brutally violent action, but suffers from poor musical scoring, and a digital video format that helped keep its budget at 10 million dollars.
I think you're wrong on both fronts Cole. The score was perfect, and the look and feel of the format the movie was shot in added to the gritty, visceral, real feeling I thought the movie was trying to portray.
Jun 17 - 10:41 PM
The score was crucial to the movie. Made it beautiful.
Aug 15 - 02:06 PM
Yeah I'm glad you liked the film, but the music is the primary strength of the film. "In the House - In a Heartbeat" is the mother of modern horror film songs.
Dec 8 - 07:56 PM
I thought the score was one of the films strongest points.
Jan 27 - 02:50 PM
Yeah the score fit the film perfectly.I wouldn't have it any other way.
Mar 10 - 04:11 PM
I thought the score fit perfectly and was just totally unique. The cinematography was also perfect. It felt all too gritty and real.
Sep 12 - 07:01 PM
There was a reason that it was shot in digital, it gives it a very 'real', gritty effect (which they unfortunately seemed to lose in the sequal, 28 weeks later). The score is perfect too.
Oct 23 - 05:00 PM
The musical score is one of the things that made this film the most beautiful move i've ever seen?
Nov 9 - 10:44 AM
The score was stellar.
In the House - In a Heartbeat pretty much sets the bar for horror film soundtrack
Oct 27 - 03:34 PM
Godspeed you!Black emperor song in the movie is haunting and magical. Grabbed the mood of doom and impending horror!
Dec 3 - 02:32 PM
yup ill just make that eleven.score was the best thing in this film.and that bit about the format that isnt even subjective.i mean music is subjective,for some reason you didnt like it but the format?criticizing that is just weird
Feb 29 - 10:06 AM