Soundtrack Review: The Thirteenth Tale (2013)

Soundtrack Review: The Thirteenth Tale (2013)

The Thirteenth Tale Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the film score The Thirteenth Tale by Benjamin Wallfisch.

At a glance:

17 tracks
38 minutes of score
Geek Score: 84.7
Total Minutes Of Excellence: 12.78
Album Excellence: 34%
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Mystery afoot in this BBC Two thriller drama so get ready for a chilling score by composer Benjamin Wallfisch. For me it was a score I could immerse myself in. The soundscape it creates is one of mystery and fear and boy did it have me on the edge of my seat. Even at the beginning of cues like ‘Do You Believe In Ghosts’ and ‘Angelfield’ I get instant goosebumps with very creepy and eerie sounds that after a short while becomes part of some nicer thematic music.

The Thirteenth Tale is a score to tingle your spider sense a little bit, to tingle your curiosity and fear of the unknown. It’s very creepy from start to finish and there were plenty of goosebump moment for me while listening to this score. People who can only listen to beautiful music with inspiring themes can forget about this one. This is for people who can enjoy a good scary and creepy atmosphere and really crawl inside the music to experience it. For me, it was very good and I hope you can experience it the same way I did.

HIGHLIGHTS:
2. Baby Twins
3. Margaret Flees
4. Do You Believe In Ghosts
13. Moira
14. The Thirteenth Tale

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Soundtrack Review: The Thirteenth Tale (2013), 6.7 out of 10 based on 3 ratings

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