19 Songs, 51 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
6 Ratings
6 Ratings

It's Batman Meets Ocean's 11

The thing to keep in mind when buying this score: while it is titled as a Batman movie, it is not. This is very much a Suicide Squad movie.

That being said, this score is perfect. It perfectly captures the situations and the action being portrayed. The opening sequence with the formation of the Squad and the assembling of the Squad when they get into Arkham has that perfect 60's/Ocean's 11 sound and vibe.

If you're a fan of the movie or just a plain fan of good, fast paced scores that convey action, this album is great.



This is a DC soundtrack made with perfection!


Batman: assault in arkham

One of the best movies ever!!!!!

About Robert J. Kral

Australian TV and film composer Robert J. Kral has a number of television series credits including The Dresden Files, Jake 2.0, and Miracles. He won an Annie Award for Best Music in an Animated Television Production for Duck Dodgers and scored the TV series Angel for five seasons, resulting in the soundtrack album Angel: Live Fast, Die Never, released by Rounder Records on May 17, 2005 . Moving into film, he scored the straight-to-video animated film Superman: Doomsday with a soundtrack album released on La-La Land Records on October 23, 2007. The label also released two other soundtracks for animated home-video features with scores featuring Kral: Batman: Gotham Knight (July 29, 2008), on which he shared composing duties with Kevin Manthei and Christopher Drake, and Green Lantern: First Flight (October 6, 2009). Kral also scored the theatrically released feature film The Haunting in Connecticut, with a soundtrack album released by Bulletproof on March 31, 2009. ~ William Ruhlmann

Medindee, South Australia
July 5, 1967



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