Composer Ramin Djawadi, who previously worked with director David S. Goyer on Blade: Trinity, rejoins him for The Unborn. Also scripted by Goyer, the film is a sort of Hebrew take on The Exorcist in which a woman is possessed by a dybbuk, with references to the Holocaust thrown in. Djawadi's last project, Iron Man, earned him a Grammy nomination, and his work in The Unborn's thriller/horror genre basically involves tracking suspense and scary climaxes. His cadential opening theme has a stately grace, while elsewhere echoing metallic effects and sudden percussive blasts sound like somebody sampled heavy machinery being dropped down a flight of stairs. Djawadi has done his job here.
Performance CreditsRamin Djawadi Primary Artist
Technical CreditsSkip Williamson Executive Producer,Executive Soundtrack Producer
Ramin Djawadi Arranger,Composer,Producer,Score Producer
Christine Bergren Music Business Affairs,Legal Advisor
Brian McNelis Executive Producer,Executive Soundtrack Producer
Jennifer Towle Engineer
Stephanie Mente Art Direction