Wolfen - The Unused Score Soundtrack Review

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“They can see two looks away. They can hear a cloud pass overhead.”

I have comprehensively covered the R1 DVD of Michael Wadleigh’s awesome 1981 chiller Wolfen, and gone extensively through James Horner’s incredible score for it with Intrada’s outstanding CD release. While I had believed – and hoped – that the next time I visited the urban hunting ground of this eco-flavoured adaptation of Whitley Strieber’s powerful novel for this site it would be to review the film on Blu-ray … I am extremely pleased, and a little surprised to discover I now have the opportunity to stalk the same blood-stained territory incognito, as it were, with a journey through the fabled unused score that Craig Safan originally composed for the film, only to have it jettisoned as the budget and creative differences in the production sent the spiritual predators in a different direction.

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