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Conjuring [Import]

Original Soundtrack Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (16 July 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: La La Land
  • ASIN: B00CM9JO6I
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 218,485 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Scary and intense. 26 Feb 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
One of the most terrifying films of recent years owes much of its atmosphere and intensity to this powerful and creepy score from Joseph Bishara. Divorced from the visuals, the soundtrack offers much to conjure with. Dark and infernal. Outstanding.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Disturbing, Unsettling and Grand 20 July 2013
By Jared M. Kuntz - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Joseph Bishara has made a name for himself as a truly great and amazing horror movie composer, crafting the great scores for Insidious, Dark Skies and 11-11-11. Here, with The Conjuring, Bishara has a few nods to Insidious, with haunting strings that make your hair stand on end, but overall, the tone is much darker and more creepy than his other scores. The addition of Mark Isham's "Family Theme" is great, as it offers a light-hearted view in the middle of something hellish and demonic. The main title track, The Conjuring, kick-starts the score by using strings, spooky sounds and shifting bass. One of my favorite tracks, though, is "You Look Very Pretty", where Bishara again uses strings to unnerve the audience.

Overall, The Conjuring is a truly amazing achievement in horror movie scores, offering a slew of tracks that will be hailed by horror and psychological-horror aficionados.

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5.0 out of 5 stars eery, heart racing, and really scary movie 31 Oct 2013
By tew - Published on Amazon.com
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Great movie that subtle but convincing & frightening events. I highly recommend it. It's not the typical, predictable scary movie. It's ingenious & TRUE!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Terrifying Horror Score That Is Masterfully Executed 18 Oct 2013
By Kaya Savas - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Ah, the good ol' horror score. I have a constant love and hate relationship with this genre. It's rare to find something worthy of reccomending because mostly the scores and the films they accompany go through the motions and follow the formula. Most of the time they use predictable scare tactics instead of taking the time to craft suspense and terror. The Conjuring is not one of those scores. The Conjuring falls under one of the rare horror scores that is fantastically scary and unnerving. Joseph Bishara composed his first score for director James Wan with Insidious, he will also re-team with Wan for Insidious 2.

What The Conjuring does right is that it scares the s*** out of you. But how it scares the s*** out of you is where you can really appreciate how effective this score is. The score is texturally masterful as it combines lots of unnerving sounds, echoes, reverbs, tones, warbling brass and pretty much the most awful sense of dread. Literally, from the beginning you are practically already shaking your head and going "NOPE"! However, let the score work itself over and have its way with you and you're going to be in for a hellish ride, and feel the full effect of what music can do. The score plays with your expectations by not really building scare moments. So at times when the sound drops or fades out I wasn't expecting the blaring horns to come back with wailing vocals screaming as if they are crying from a painful death, literally sending shivers up my body and making me push away from my desk. At times the score is very quiet and just simmers as if you turned the burner on the stove to its lowest setting. It may be low but the burn is still there warming something up. That play of quiet and loud with hellish textures make the score a great experience. The sense of dread is there the entire damn time so your heart is pounding for the full 42 minutes of the album. If there is anything negative about the score it's that I didn't feel the structure of the story that strongly in it. I'm sure there is lots of use of silence in the final film which would make this score even more effective. However, the lack of characters or emotions besides pure terror make this score one purely for the terror experience, which is not bad at all. I really enjoyed this listen and any fans of horror will too.

The score works amazingly and Bishara was able to do with instruments what Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill) and Christopher Young (Sinister) were able to do with electronics. This score will terrify you, and I'm a guy who just doesn't get scared by horror movies usually. It's just one big amazingly unsettling experience. The score may feel structurally all over the place since it's made up of shorter track times, but it doesn't hurt the experience. A great entry in the modern paranormal ghost story trend we're seeing these days.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Ghost story 10 May 2014
By Trepart - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is one of the best ghost stories that I've seen in the past five or so years. I like ghost stories that leave it up to our imagination, and don't have to lean on technological additions to stead for good writing. I don't normally like demon movies either (why can't they make a good ghost story without demons, vampires, or zombies these days?), but this one didn't add the demon option until the end. It was one of the best, an scariest ghost stories I've seen in years. I wish the would make more, and lose the whole demon option. Htichcock would have done it, and I think the money-making powers that be are more interested these days in making money, than making good movies.
5.0 out of 5 stars If you love weirdness ... ... 13 Mar 2014
By Kiwi - Published on Amazon.com
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... ...you will love this CD. I don't know, sometimes weird music is great. Gives you thrilling emotion. I know, it sounds sick, but I assure you I am sane... ;-)
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