The film, in my opinion, was fantastic. They achieved worlds above and beyond what the 'Original' attempted to do with twice the budget (And failed miserably).
The world, characters, feel and atmosphere were terrifically spot on.
It really felt like picking up a Judge Dredd graphic novel off the shelf and getting lost in it, and as a Dredd fan I cannot give it higher praise.
A big part of the feel and texture of the film was this brilliant soundtrack - It reminds me of the Fight Club OST by The Dust Brothers: Gritty, punchy, dark but powerful and full of flavour.
Exactly the right soundtrack to season Mega City One. A place full of Perps, drugs, disparity, chaos, and of course: Judge Dredd.
The soundtrack accompanies it all with a timeless feel.
It is neither a bashful surround of heavy guitars nor a synth zappathon. It has a distinctive grainy, distorted edge combined with smooth atmospherics and rolling drums. Again, think along the lines of the Fight Club soundtrack and the Quake II Soundtrack and you might be along the right lines.
Provocative, powerful, dark and in parts reflective and atmospheric - Not forgetting badass and just damn cool too.
So, just like the rest of the film - This soundtrack fits Dredd like glove, and cures the horrible hangover from the 'Original'.
A brilliant piece of work by Paul Morgan.
Much like everyone involved in the making of this film, I wish I could shake his hand!