Stalked by My Doctor: A Sleepwalker's Nightmare Soundtrack (


Dr. Albert Beck seems to get what he wished for as the jury finds him not guilty for the kidnapping and attempted murder of a former patient, so he is released and able to get back to work. But he has never been more scared and anxious to leave his house.

The only thing that he can think about is the woman that he met in the hospital. He is determined to find her and make her pay for what she did to him. But when he finally tracks her down, he realizes that she is not the person that he thought she was.

As he tries to make sense of what is happening, he starts to realize that he is not the only one who is being stalked. Someone is watching him, following him, and trying to make him pay for his crimes.

Will Dr. Beck be able to escape the person who is stalking him, or will he become the victim of his own nightmares?

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Stalked by My Doctor: A Sleepwalker's Nightmare

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Anthony Jackson

The music choices often felt generic and predictable, lacking originality and failing to enhance the overall atmosphere of the film.

Stephanie Evans

The use of eerie sound effects in the music enhances the feeling of being stalked and hunted, adding an extra layer of intensity to the storyline.

Joshua Jackson

The soundtrack's blend of atmospheric soundscapes and intense orchestral arrangements heightens the drama and intrigue of the plot, drawing the audience deeper into the thrilling and unpredictable world of Dr. Beck's nightmares.

Joseph Harris

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a range of emotions, from fear to empathy, showcases the skillful composition and arrangement of the music.

Linda Lee

The lack of memorable themes or motifs made it difficult to recall specific moments where the soundtrack added depth or impact to key scenes, ultimately making it a forgettable aspect of the movie experience.

Donald Moore

The music perfectly reflects Dr. Beck's escalating paranoia and fear, enhancing the character development and overall narrative of the film.

Betty Miller

The music perfectly captures the inner turmoil of Dr. Albert Beck, reflecting his fear and anxiety as he navigates the dangerous game of cat and mouse with his stalker. The emotional depth of the soundtrack adds another layer of complexity to the character development, making the story even more engaging and immersive.

Lisa Robinson

The use of haunting piano melodies and ominous strings in the soundtrack adds a sense of unease and foreboding, perfectly reflecting Dr. Beck's growing paranoia and fear as he becomes the target of stalking.

Ashley King

The music in the film skillfully builds up the suspense and mystery, enhancing the psychological thriller elements of the story and creating a sense of impending danger that lingers long after the movie ends.

Mark Williams

The soundtrack does a fantastic job of building tension and suspense, making every scene more gripping and thrilling.

Nancy Campbell

I found myself fully immersed in the story thanks to the emotional depth conveyed through the music in key moments of the movie.

Lisa Campbell

The orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack create a sense of foreboding and unease, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the film.

Joshua Brown

The dynamic range of the soundtrack, from quiet and subtle to intense and powerful, adds a layer of complexity that enriches the viewing experience.

Richard Hill

The haunting vocals and harmonies in certain tracks evoke a sense of mystery and intrigue, adding depth to the psychological thriller elements of the movie.