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Rating: 5.70/10 from 42000 votes
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Against the backdrop of a seemingly endless string of mysterious incidents of satanic ritual abuse in 1990s America, the experienced small-town Minnesota detective, Bruce Kenner, is summoned to investigate the baffling case of the seventeen-year-old runaway girl, Angela Gray.

Based on her handwritten letter of unsubstantiated statements, the prime suspect and Angela's father, John, confesses to the hideous crime, even though he has no recollection of his action.

With the aid of the expert British psychiatrist, Professor Kenneth Raines, Kenner starts to delve deeper and deeper into the foggy landscape of fluid memories, as the doctor's regressive therapy unearths terrifying traces of occultism.

Will John remember what truly happened? Is Bruce the next victim?

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I Can Change
After the Disco
Teen Angst
Sweet Disposition
Phantom Limb
Pink Moon
Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want - 2011 Remaster
Young Folks
Lebanese Blonde
Sea of Love
We Will Become Silhouettes (Performed by The Shins) - Remastered
Gold Soundz
Not at My Best
Teen Age Riot (Album Version)
Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Home - 2019 - Remaster
The Calendar Hung Itself...
Pearly-dewdrops' Drops
The Way We Get By
Teenage Dream
Kahlil Gibran
Alex Chilton
Soul Meets Body
The Shade
Just Like Honey
Cigarette Daydreams
Age of Consent - 2015 Remaster
Vapour Trail - 2001 Remaster
Wave Of Mutilation
1979 - Remastered 2012
Cut Your Hair
How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep
While I'm Alive
Dance Yrself Clean
Y Control
Electric Feel
Could It Be Another Change
Dear God - Remastered 2001
Temptation - 7" Version; 2015 Remaster
Heroes - 2017 Remaster
Breathing Underwater
Take Me Out
Jesus, Etc.
Missed the Boat
King of Carrot Flowers Pt. 1
Carry the Zero
Jerk It Out
Little Numbers
Heart Of Glass - Remix
Deep Blue
Heart-Shaped Box

User reviews

Paul Baker

The emotional depth and evocative nature of the Regression soundtrack elevate the viewing experience, adding a layer of intensity and unease that lingers long after the film has ended. The music serves as a powerful storytelling tool, enhancing the themes of memory, trauma, and mystery explored in the film.

David Davis

The soundtrack of Regression perfectly captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the film, setting the tone for the unsettling story that unfolds.

Steven Clark

The use of eerie tones, haunting melodies, and subtle instrumentation in the soundtrack effectively builds tension and adds layers of complexity to the narrative. The music perfectly complements the psychological thriller elements of the film, keeping the audience on edge and engaged throughout.

Ashley Adams

The haunting and unsettling atmosphere created by the Regression soundtrack perfectly captures the dark and mysterious themes of the film. Each track immerses the listener in a sense of foreboding and suspense, enhancing the overall experience of watching the story unfold.

George Green

Overall, the soundtrack of Regression is a standout element of the film, contributing significantly to its overall impact and leaving a lasting impression on me as a viewer.

Richard Jones

The soundtrack of Regression effectively captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the film, enhancing the tension and suspense throughout the story. The use of subtle, haunting melodies and dissonant tones creates a sense of unease that perfectly complements the disturbing subject matter of satanic ritual abuse.

Amanda Brown

The use of haunting melodies and subtle sound effects in the soundtrack enhances the tension and suspense, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the movie.

Edward Anderson

The choice of music in key moments of the film adds depth and emotion to the characters' experiences, making the audience feel more connected to the story.

George White

On the other hand, while the soundtrack effectively sets the mood for the film, some tracks can feel repetitive and lack a distinct identity, blending into the background without leaving a lasting impression. It would have been beneficial to have more variety in the musical themes to add depth and emotional resonance to key moments in the narrative.

Ronald White

The soundtrack's seamless integration with the visuals creates a cohesive and immersive viewing experience, drawing me further into the world of Regression.