20 Songs, 48 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings

wait a minute...

is it just me or does the opening track sound strikingly similiar to "30 days of night" theme...


Loved it

Great movie! It was pretty scary...



Part of a composer's job is to help a scene elicit an emotional response from the audience, i.e. move me! After listening to this mediocre score and that of the Fright NIght remake, perhaps Ramin should go work on documentary films instead. Talented composers—James Newton Howard, Hans Zimmer, Brian Tyler, etc.—can draw sympathy and create atmosphere. Ramin, your work has as much feeling in it as a rock.

About Ramin Djawadi

A multi-talented producer of music for films, television, and video games, Iranian-German composer Ramin Djawadi honed his considerable talents alongside contemporaries like Klaus Badelt, John Debney, Harry Gregson-Williams, and Steve Jablonsky while working for veteran composer Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions film score company. He worked as an assistant to Badelt before venturing out on his own with the RZA-assisted score for director David Goyer's Blade: Trinity (2004). He continued to work with Goyer, providing music for both film (The Unborn) and television (FlashForward), earning an Emmy nomination for the latter. In 2008 Djawadi, a longtime fan of the Marvel characters, provided the guitar-heavy score for director Jon Favreau's big-screen rendering of Iron Man, and in 2011, he provided the memorable (and oft-covered) theme and incidental music for HBO's massively popular fantasy series Game of Thrones. Subsequent film scores have included Clash of the Titans, Red Dawn, Pacific Rim, Warcraft, and The Great Wall, while his work in television expanded to vampire horror show The Strain, sci-fi techno thriller Person of Interest, and HBO's sci-fi/western hybrid Westworld. ~ James Christopher Monger

Duisburg, Germany
July 19, 1974



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