Though his talents normally find him providing the musical backdrop for epic action films like Fast Five and The Expendables, composer Brian Tyler's score for the cult horror comedy John Dies at the End shows off his considerable range. Simultaneously evoking a sense of action, mystery, eeriness, and levity, the score is able to keep up with the film's genre-bending weirdness, proving that while Tyler might have moved into scoring blockbusters, he still has the knack for capturing the weird that he brought to cult gems like Six-String Samurai and Bubba Ho-Tep.
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AllMusic Review by Gregory Heaney
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