Possessor Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.50/10 from 46000 votes
Tags: questioning sanity, lack of empathy, choking during sex
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Possessor Uncut

Title in Italiano:

Possessor

Title in Português:

Possessor

Title in Français:

Possessor

Title in Türk:

Possessor: Sahip

Title in Deutsch:

Possessor

Synopsis

Possessor is a science fiction thriller film directed by Brandon Cronenberg. The story follows an elite corporate assassin named Tasya Vos who uses brain-implant technology to take control of other people's bodies to carry out high-profile assassinations. As she becomes trapped in a mind of a man whose identity threatens to obliterate her own, she struggles to maintain control of her own identity.

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Play Title Artist
Possessor
You’re Mines Still (feat. Drake)
Calm Down
SO DONE
Dennis Rodman (feat. Tyga)
ShockDrop(freestyle)
MURDA
More Love
BICHOTA
Fever
Laugh Now Cry Later (feat. Lil Durk)
Lonely (with benny blanco)
I Stand On That
Show Dem
Epidemic
Hate The Way (feat. blackbear)
Never Change (feat. Future)
Nostoy
Sweet Melody
WAP (feat. Megan Thee Stallion)
Billetes Azules (with J Balvin)
You're Mine
Message
Silver Tongue Devil (feat. Shenseea)
Woman
Quicksand
Snitch
Mood (feat. iann dior)
Iyawo Mi
Pa Que Me Recuerdes
No Punchline
Back (feat. Yo Gotti)
Losses
POPSTAR (feat. Drake)
Nobody (Canada Remix)
Party 4 Ex
Worry Me
Dame Tu Boca
Say Peace Feat. Black Thought
Ring (feat. Young Thug)
Final
Doudou
Uto
QueLoQue (feat. Paloma Mami)
Blastoff (feat. Juice Wrld & Trippie Redd)
Gusta
Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat) [BTS Remix]
Latina - Remix
Detroit II
Shigeto: Performer
Shigeto: Writer
Meridian
Ryan Oliver: Writer
The CN Tower Belongs to the Dead
Owen Pallett: Performer
Owen Pallett: Writer
Dance, Dance, Dance
Lykke Li: Performer
Bjorn Yttling: Performer
Helium
Dead of Night
Orville Peck: Performer
Orville Peck: Writer
In the Dark
Maddy Wilde: Writer
Our Outlets
Daniel Rey: Performer
Daniel Rey: Writer
Scoop
The Notwist: Performer
Markus Acher: Writer
Introduction
Jim Williams: Performer
Reborn in the Mind of Another
Jim Williams: Performer
A Psychic Poison
Jim Williams: Performer
Some Distant Coast
Jim Williams: Performer
The Mind in It's Own Place
Jim Williams: Performer
Attracts Our Avarice
Jim Williams: Performer
Prison in Your Mind
Jim Williams: Performer
Skin After Successive Skin
Jim Williams: Performer
The Sin of Being Born
Jim Williams: Performer
Shudder of His Awakening
Jim Williams: Performer
The Cry of a Mistaken Soul
Jim Williams: Performer
The Owned Cannot
Jim Williams: Performer
Friction and Shallow
Jim Williams: Performer
A Rustling in the Leaves
Jim Williams: Performer
House as a Servant
Jim Williams: Performer
A Change to Destroyer
Jim Williams: Performer
Power Dictates
Jim Williams: Performer
Symptoms of Disease
Jim Williams: Performer
Opposite Inaccessible Corner
Jim Williams: Performer
An Enslavement
Jim Williams: Performer
The Owned Cannot have a Soul
Jim Williams: Performer
The Possessors are Possessed
Jim Williams: Performer
A False Reputation
Jim Williams: Performer
In It's Own Place
Jim Williams: Performer
Serve Or Govern
Jim Williams: Performer
The Owned Cannot have a Soul of it's Own
Jim Williams: Performer
Possessor
Jim Williams: Performer

User reviews

Stephanie Scott
5/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Possessor is a key element in enhancing the emotional impact and intensity of the film, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Ronald Turner
7/10

The use of subtle and eerie soundscapes in the soundtrack adds depth to the psychological themes of identity and control explored in the film, making it a truly haunting and memorable listening experience.

Mark Wright
8/10

The soundtrack of Possessor perfectly captures the dark and intense atmosphere of the film, enhancing the tension and suspense throughout.

Richard Jones
6/10

The score of Possessor is unique and experimental, creating a sense of unease and unpredictability that fits the narrative perfectly.

Mary Phillips
1/10

I was disappointed with the use of electronic beats and ambient sounds in the soundtrack of Possessor. They felt out of place and did not add depth or complexity to the overall audio experience of the movie.

Joshua Turner
6/10

I found the soundtrack to be very immersive, drawing me further into the twisted world of the story and its characters.

Joshua Perez
2/10

The score in Possessor felt repetitive and uninspired. It failed to create a sense of tension or suspense that would have complemented the intense and dark themes of the film.

Margaret Brown
5/10

I was impressed by how the music in Possessor seamlessly blended with the visuals, creating a cohesive and immersive audio-visual experience.

Patricia Young
5/10

I appreciated how the music in the film was used sparingly, allowing for moments of silence to build tension and suspense before the soundtrack kicked in.

Timothy Lopez
5/10

The soundtrack of Possessor is haunting and atmospheric, perfectly complementing the dark and intense tone of the film.

Thomas Johnson
6/10

The use of electronic and industrial sounds in the music adds an extra layer of tension and unease to the viewing experience.

George Miller
5/10

The soundtrack of Possessor is a standout feature of the film, showcasing the talent and creativity of the composer in enhancing the overall experience.

Margaret King
7/10

The electronic and experimental elements in the music create a unique and immersive experience that complements the futuristic and dystopian setting of the story.

Sarah Harris
8/10

The way the music builds and evolves alongside the protagonist's internal struggle mirrors the unfolding narrative, making the soundtrack an integral part of the storytelling in Possessor.

Matthew Gonzalez
6/10

The music effectively amplifies the psychological elements of the film, enhancing the sense of paranoia and confusion that the characters experience.

Carol Green
4/10

I found the soundtrack of Possessor to be lackluster and unmemorable. The music did not enhance the viewing experience or evoke the emotions that I expected from a science fiction thriller.