All posts by Bernhard H. Heidkamp

Long-time film music enthusiast, living and studying in Bremen, Germany.

It by Benjamin Wallfisch (Soundtrack Review)

This is what horror soundtracks should be like.

/ 20th September 2017

Annabelle: Creation by Benjamin Wallfisch (Soundtrack Review)

(Note: The following soundtrack review is based on listening experience alone and not on how the music works to picture.) People love to get scared in the cinema. Studios love...

/ 4th September 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino – Soundtrack Review

(Note: The following soundtrack review is based on listening experience alone and not on how the music works to picture.) In a time full of comic-book movies, one would think...

/ 28th August 2017

The Neverending Story Live in Concert at the Krakow Film Music Festival

The tenth iteration of the International Film Music Festival in Krakow had many highlights in store for its visitors, but the biggest one and only true standout for me certainly...

/ 11th August 2017

Soundtrack Review: Alan Menken / Glenn Slater – Galavant: The Complete Collection (2017)

(Note: The following soundtrack review is based on listening experience alone and not on how the music works to picture.) If there is a king in the magical realm of...

/ 11th July 2017

Soundtrack Review: Rupert Gregson-Williams – Wonder Woman (2017)

Superheroes are awesome! This is especially true if you are a major Hollywood studio with the rights to some superheroes (unless your name is 20th Century Fox and those superheroes...

/ 10th July 2017

Soundtrack Review: Geoff Zanelli – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)

(Note: The following soundtrack review is based on listening experience alone and not on how the music works to picture. SPOILER ALERT: This review includes Spoilers for Part 1-4 of...

/ 4th June 2017

Soundtrack Review: Michael Giacchino – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)

(DISCLAIMER: This review uses the alternate pun-titles the composer offered in the CD-booklet as opposed to the boring standard-titles) In 2012 George Lucas sold his company, Lucasfilm, to the mightiest...

/ 4th June 2017

Review: John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection (2017)

John Williams and Steven Spielberg. Two names that will warm the hearts of any lover of film or music out there. But then you combine them and get a humongous...

/ 10th April 2017
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Q&A with Planet Earth II composers Jacob Shea and Jasha Klebe

Following our review of Jacob Shea’s and Jasha Klebe’s score for BBC’s Planet Earth II (main theme by Hans Zimmer) we were curious about the process behind the wonderful score and...

/ 15th February 2017

Top 10 Scores of 2016 (Films, Video Games, TV Series)

Everybody loves themselves some Top 10s at the end of the year and like every year, 2016 had its up and downs, which is especially true for the film music...

/ 4th January 2017

Soundtrack Review: Alan Silvestri – Allied (2016)

(Note: The following soundtrack review is based on listening experience alone and not on how the music works to picture.) Alan Silvestri is one of the most underrepresented film music...

/ 4th January 2017