Few would argue with the fact that Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is the best film in the Trek franchise. It’s got action, suspense, huge twists, an amazing villain, and perhaps most importantly for the matter at hand, an iconic score by the late, great James Horner.
James Horner, who has been scoring movies since 1978, died in a plane crash on June 22nd, 2015. His most famous score was likely the megahit Titanic, but he will also be remembered for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Aliens, An American Tail, Apollo 13, Avatar and The Amazing Spider-Man.
For those of us who played the LP version of the Star Trek III: The Search For Spock soundtrack until it was just a mass of scratches, there's a bold new hope. James Horner's full score, never before released in its entirety, just came out on CD. (Good thing too — according to Amazon, the previous CD release of this…
The tracklist for composer James Horner's Avatar soundtrack is out, and with it come a hefty amount of spoilers. So we tried to string together the plot based on track titles, including examples of what it may all look like.
Space is silent and vast, but we can't feel the awe and terror of epic space battles without great music. Here's our list of the ten composers without whom science fiction would feel as empty as the void. (With samples.)