Rob ~ Maniac (2013)
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
...As he helps a young artist with her upcoming exhibition, the owner of a mannequin shop's deadly, suppressed desires come to the surface...
Format: Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Colored Flesh w/ Transparent Blood Splatte
Released: 17 Jun 2013
Genres: Soundtrack, 80's electronic
Style: Electro, Soundtrack
Country: UK & Europe
ASIN: B00AQ7DEQE, B00APTDR7E
Label: Hamburger Records
© Hamburger Records/© La Petite Reine
1. Doll |1:47
2. Haunted |3:40
3. Double Trouble |1:02
4. Bells |2:45
5. Haunted Piano |1:35
6. Headache |3:54
7. Floor Light |1:08
8. Haunted Sequence |3:11
9. Slow Machine |1:22
10. Floor |1:11
11. Maze |1:38
12. Headache City |1:56
13. Wedding Maze |3:44
14. Haunted (Alternate Version) |2:05
15. Boum |0:57
16. Juno by Rob & Chloë Alper |3:25
Total Length: 35:20
The movie features the song "Good-bye Horses," by Q. Lazzarus. The song was also featured in The Silence of the Lambs, another movie about a serial killer who skinned people and had issues with his mother.
"Goodbye Horses" |3:02
Performed by Q. Lazzarus
| DDD | Audio CD | CBR 320 Kbps/44.1 kHz/Stereo |
| Pass: dontbeapussy! | File Size: 104 mb. |
Original music by Rob.
Don't be a Pussy!
Rob feat. Chloë Alper - Juno
The film was scored by a French composer whose professional name is simply Rob. Bloody Disgusting judged the music to be "one of the best parts" of the film, and Screen International wrote that the "'80s style synth score is reminiscent of John Carpenter," a horror movie director who has provided the musical score for many of his own films.
The Hollywood Reporter declared, "The nerve-shredding score, by the mono-monikered Rob, salutes the music Italian prog-rockers Goblin provided for Dario Argento's early horror-thrillers, the 1980s electronica lending a deeply melancholic city-at-night vibe." Fangoria called the soundtrack "delightful." A reviewer for the Geeks of Doom website thought that "composer Rob's synth-heavy score" was "reminiscent of Cliff Martinez's Drive soundtrack and the electronic music composed by Wendy Carlos for Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange."
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Directed by Franck Khalfoun
Screenplay by Alexandre Aja, Grégory Levasseur, C.A. Rosenberg
Based on "Maniac" by Joe Spinell
Music by Raphaël Hamburger
Maniac is a 2012 French-American psyc hological slasher film directed by Franck Khalfoun and written by Alexandre Aja, Grégory Levasseur, and C.A. Rosenberg. The film was produced by the French film companies La Petite Reine and Studio 37. It is a remake of the 1980 film of the same name and stars Elijah Wood as Frank Zito, a brutal serial killer. The film also stars Nora Arnezeder, Jan Broberg, and America Olivo.
A red band trailer was released May 25, 2012 and the film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival the following day. Warner Brothers released an online video of the first six minutes of the film in late 2012. An international behind-the-scenes "featurette" was made available online in December 2012.
Maniac opened in German theaters in December 2012, and in many other European countries in March 2013. It was released at the IFC Center in New York City on June 21, 2013.
DVD release company Blue Underground is cited in the opening credits. The film will also be available through iTunes, cable video on demand, Amazon Instant Video, SundanceNow.com, and elsewhere.
Maniac First 6 Minutes
Come out, come out wherever you are?
© Studio Canal+ | © Ciné+ | © La Petite Reine | © Studio 37, Blue Underground
Distributed by © IFC Midnight
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