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Camera Obscura

Here’s the official track list of the soundtrack of Camera Obscura, the upcoming horror thriller movie directed by Aaron B. Koontz and starring Christopher Denham:

Camera Obscura Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Featuring score by Steve Moore.
1. Charlie Hibbert (2:01)
2. The Gift (2:54)
3. Back on the Horse (1:24)
4. Night Run (1:32)
5. A Bit of an Issue (5:26)
6. Jack to the Rescue (1:41)
7. Honeymoon Killer (3:10)
8. Up Early (3:09)
9. Petermann’s (3:37)
10. Get Some Sleep (5:54)
11. Crazy Story (4:16)
12. Turning Point (3:46)
13. Owner Manager Friend (1:45)
14. Frank and Nada (5:10)
15. Bad Week (4:36)
16. God Bless America (1:53)
17. Plumbing Issue (3:30)
18. How Far He Falls (1:30)
19. Full Service (1:48)
20. Just One More (1:34)
21. Always Going to Be You (1:28)
22. Jack’s Lament (4:54)
23. Weird Things (1:31)
24. Call It In (1:29)
25. The End (4:38)
26. No One’s Waiting – Art Decade (4:01)
27. Times Are so Hard for the Dreams – Ben Talmi (3:09)
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Listen to one of the songs below:

The End – From the Camera Obscura Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Plot Synopsis:
Today is Jack (Christopher Denham)’s birthday. A former war photographer with ghosts of his own, his girlfriend Claire (Nadja Bobyleva) gifts him with an 80-year-old camera. He spends the next day wandering around town taking photos until he racks up ten rolls of film. After he picks up the developed pictures, he is surprised to see a dead body in each of the rolls, bodies that were not there when he took the pictures. Jack comes to the terrible realization that these are not pictures of the past, or of some spectral spirit, but prophecies of future events. He does everything in his power to stop the seemingly inevitable when his girlfriend appears in one of the photos. Is there a way to prevent her predicted demise?

The movie soundtrack of Camera Obscura will be released on June 9, 2017 by Hood River Entertainment and Paper Street Pictures.

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