Soundtrack Review: W. – Witse De Film (2014)

Soundtrack Review: W. – Witse De Film (2014)

W. – Witse De Film Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the film score W. – Witse De Film by Johan Hoogewijs.

At a glance:

28 tracks
45 minutes of score
Geek Score: 70.7
Total Minutes Of Excellence: 5.32
Album Excellence: 12%
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It’s been a while since I heard a Johan Hoogewijs score, at least that’s what I thought. Turns out I am mixing him up with someone else. That makes it even more exciting. A new composer to discover. Piano is a beautiful instrument and that plays a major part of this score and it’s really great at times like in ‘Between The Crosses’ and ‘Dreaming In Bed’.

Despite a few great cues, particularly in the beginning I feel that it takes a turn for the worse. It can’t keep up with itself and cues are becoming repetitive and boring very fast. Not a good thing. After listening to 75% of the score I just wanted it to end so I could listen to something else. The last 25 minutes or so is not interesting at all and not even close to being fun.

1. Between The Crosses
4. Mortuary
5. Dreaming In Bed
7. Reunited

GD Star Rating
Soundtrack Review: W. – Witse De Film (2014), 7.0 out of 10 based on 1 rating


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