Stung Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.10/10 from 5200 votes
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Catering business owner Julia and her subordinate Paul are traveling to an isolated mansion in New York to cater a small party for Mrs. Perch, and her son Sydney, honoring their family's dead patriarch. Among the guests in the party are the town's mayor Caruthers. Soon, mutated, deadly wasps begin attacking, and killing party guests. In the process, Paul, and Julia realize that the wasps reproduce through stings, causing giant wasps to birth out of humans, and killing the host. Only Paul, Julia, Caruthers, Sydney, Mrs. Perch, and cook Flora escape into the house.

With the phone lines dead due to a car crash outside the house, preventing the survivors to call the police, they decide to hide out in the basement. However, Mrs. Perch is revealed to be stung, and a giant wasp births from her body, killing her. Flora is also killed, and Paul, Julia, Caruthers, and Sydney escape to the basement. They decide to escape in the catering van, although Paul has left his keys outside. He manages to retrieve the keys, killing a wasp in the process, although Sydney is also revealed to be stung, and a wasp births from his body, and begins controlling him before Paul, and Julia subdue him.

Paul, Julia, and Caruthers begin sneaking around the house to an exit, although Caruthers is killed by a wasp before Paul, and Julia escape into another room. They kill an invading wasp, and make it outside, although Paul is abducted by a wasp, and taken to a nest controlled by the wasp Mrs. Perch birthed. As she is about to have Sydney inject a larvae into Paul's mouth, Julia arrives, and kills him before rescuing Paul, and blowing up the nest. As they drive away, one flaming wasp attacks the car, and Paul plans to ram the car into a tree to kill the wasp, although Julia refuses to leave, and the two crash the car, killing the wasp, and knocking them unconscious.

Paul, and Julia awaken sometime later, and the police arrive; they begin having sex in the back of an ambulance. However, it is soon revealed several giant wasps are still alive, which begin killing the police officers, as well as Paul, and Julia, and their fates are left unknown.

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Solace - The Sting/Soundtrack Version (Orchestra Version)
The Entertainer - The Sting/Soundtrack Version/Orchestra Version
Easy Winners - The Sting/Soundtrack Version
Hooker's Hooker - The Sting/Soundtrack Version
Luther - The Sting/Soundtrack Version
Pineapple Rag / Gladiolus Rag - From "The Sting" Soundtrack
The Entertainer - The Sting/Soundtrack Version (Piano Version)
The Glove - The Sting/Soundtrack Version
Little Girl - The Sting/Soundtrack Version
Pineapple Rag - The Sting/Soundtrack Version
Merry Go Round Music: (Listen To The Mockingbird/ Darling Nellie Gray/ Turkey In The Straw)
Solace - The Sting/Soundtrack Version (Piano Version)
The Entertainer / Rag Time Dance - From "The Sting" Soundtrack
In the Mood
Maple Leaf Rag
Beyond The Sea (La Mer)
Tijuana Taxi
Me and My Cello (Happy Together)
That's Amore
When You're Smiling (Bonus Track)

User reviews

John Jones

The soundtrack's dynamic range, from quiet and eerie to loud and intense, mirrors the escalation of danger faced by the characters, creating a sense of urgency and suspense.

Robert Brown

The soundtrack of Stung perfectly captures the tension and suspense of the film, enhancing every moment of the thrilling storyline. The music intensifies the sense of danger as the mutated wasps wreak havoc at the party, creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.

Margaret Hall

The choice of music in key moments, such as when the giant wasps are revealed, adds an extra layer of intensity to the scenes.

Michael Hernandez

Overall, the soundtrack of Stung is a standout feature of the movie, elevating the horror genre with its gripping compositions and enhancing the overall storytelling and cinematic experience.

Anthony Thomas

Overall, the soundtrack of Stung is a standout element of the film, elevating the intensity and excitement of the story. It is a testament to the skill of the composers and their ability to create music that not only complements the visuals but also enhances the overall viewing experience.

Michelle Wright

The soundtrack's ability to build tension gradually throughout the movie keeps the audience on the edge of their seats, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Michelle Turner

The memorable main theme of the film leaves a lasting impression and helps to tie together the various elements of the story, providing a cohesive musical experience for the audience.

Carol Carter

The soundtrack features a mix of electronic beats and orchestral compositions that complement the fast-paced action sequences in the film.

William Davis

The soundtrack of Stung seamlessly transitions between moments of quiet suspense and intense action, keeping the audience engaged throughout.

Edward Johnson

The use of intense orchestral music during the action sequences adds a thrilling and adrenaline-pumping quality to the film.

Brian Carter

The music in Stung effectively underscores the escalating sense of panic and urgency as the characters try to survive the deadly wasp attacks.

Carol King

The sound design in the soundtrack effectively conveys the buzzing and ominous presence of the giant wasps, enhancing the fear factor for the audience.

Ronald Davis

The soundtrack of Stung effectively builds tension and suspense throughout the film, enhancing the horror elements of the story.

Karen Martinez

The use of silence in certain scenes of the film is just as impactful as the music, creating a sense of dread and anticipation for the next attack.

Joshua Hall

The haunting melodies in certain scenes evoke a sense of dread and unease, effectively setting the mood for the terrifying events unfolding on screen.

Deborah Parker

The use of eerie and unsettling soundscapes in the soundtrack adds to the atmosphere of isolation and danger in the mansion setting.

Michael Harris

The musical cues used to highlight key moments in the plot are well-timed and add depth to the emotional impact of the scenes.

Edward White

Overall, the music in Stung plays an essential role in immersing the audience in the terrifying world of mutated wasps and survival, making it a memorable element of the film.

Elizabeth Jackson

The soundtrack's diversity in genres, from symphonic to electronic elements, reflects the different moods and tones of the movie, showcasing the versatility of the composer.

Joshua Adams

The incorporation of subtle sound effects, such as buzzing sounds, enhances the realism of the giant wasp attacks and adds an extra layer of fear to the film.

Dorothy Thomas

The composition of the soundtrack is masterful, with each track evoking a range of emotions from fear to adrenaline. The use of eerie tones and dramatic crescendos adds depth to the scenes, making the audience feel as though they are right there with the characters, facing the deadly threat of the giant wasps.

Timothy Adams

The soundtrack of Stung effectively creates a suspenseful and eerie atmosphere that perfectly complements the horror elements of the movie.