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Van Helsing (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)

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Album Review

On first listen, Alan Silvestri's score for Mummy director Stephen Sommers' vampire flick Van Helsing is an arc-less barrage of cartoon bombast that beats the listener into submission from its very first cue. It's only after repeated spins that the veteran composer's voice can be heard over the unrelenting charge of brass and timpanis, revealing a man enthralled with needle-burying decibels, hurling his baton into the air with maniacal laughter. Silvestri knows that popcorn tastes better when the walls of the theater are buckling, and his decision to omit anything remotely pastoral on the audio end of the spectrum makes for a heart-pumping — albeit forgettable — experience. The larger-than-life aspects of the film's monster-exterminating protagonist and his nemeses are mirrored by the gargantuan choral arrangements that appear on nearly every track, painting each frame in gothic grays and snowy whites — even "Transylvanian Horses"' banjo appears threatening. Summer blockbusters — and the formulaic music that accompanies them — may be the gastronomical equivalent of fast food, but junk that's delivered this effortlessly and professionally deserves some kind of award.

Customer Reviews

Good Music

When I was watching this movie I noticed the great music playing over the interesting characters. I had expected it to be dreary and kind of scary, but Silvestri wrote amazing pieces for the movie. My personal favorite is Reunited. Silvestri combines a fabulous orchestral start, with a more resolute middle to the piece with a few brass fanfares in the backround. He then fades the music to a beautiful flute solo and the wraps the whole song and album with Van Helsings theme. Overall a good work of literature and I would reccomend it to all who like real music like this.

awesome action monster soundtrack

despite some other reviews about the tracks from "Van Helsing"'s soundtrack being boisterous, obnoxious and over-the-top, i enjoyed this album yes there are some parts of some tracks where the maintheme is repeated over one too many times, but the dark choir on some of the pieces really creates a mood of monster action, but doesn't expose too much to the point where there is no more scariness and mystery the three best songs on this album are "Final Battle" "Transylvania 1887" and "Werewolf Trap" enjoy.

Van Helsing Rox

this is like the best movie ever and i think im going ot buy the cd!


Born: March 26, 1950 in New York, NY

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Of composer Alan Silvestri's many film scores, he is perhaps best-known for his work with director Robert Zemeckis, starting with their first movie project, Romancing the Stone, and continuing through the next decades with many more blockbuster classics. Silvestri began playing music at a young age while growing up in Teaneck, NJ, and was already considering a music career by the age of 15. He attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, but after only two years moved out to Las Vegas and started...
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