This is not music to listen to while relaxing. It is genuinely ominous and downright creepy in parts with great results. Composer John Debney utilizes a boy soprano, Theo Lebow, for the main theme, which is a 4 note motif that sounds a lot like something Danny Elfman would write. Debney also uses a Latin voice choir, a Tuvan throat singer, dudek, ethnic flute, ram horn, and a tibet long horn in the mix. Overall, the music is loud and massive with thick orchestrations and wall to wall sound. I have always liked Debney's action music and here, he takes it to great effect. "The Shooter", "Alley Fight", "Helicopter Pursuit", "The Beast Comes A Callin'", and "Subway Attack and Escape" are all knockout action cues with heavy brasses, racing strings, and pounding percussion. Tracks such as "Baptism in Blood", "Jericho Finds Faith", "The Eternal Struggle", and "Redemption" are ominous and very gothic sounding. The alternate main title is really weird and should have been left off the CD, as well as the dance mix. But, the score is great and is really, really dark and full of action.