Underworld: Rise of the Lycans Soundtrack (


Centuries before the fierce enmity between the refined race of Vampires and the bestial clan of Lycans in Underworld (2003), the first intelligent shape-shifting lycanthrope, Lucian, and his lupine companions were slaves to the tribe of bloodsuckers and the scheming Vampire Elder, Viktor. However, as Lucian and Viktor's beloved daughter and formidable warrior, Sonja, taste the ambrosial fruit of forbidden love, this dangerous clandestine affair will pave the way for the ardent lovers' downfall, and the vehement rebellion of the oppressed Lycan-minions. Now, against the backdrop of an imminent uprising, Sonja and Lucian find themselves caught in the middle of an eternal feud. Is this the beginning of a blood-soaked interspecies war?

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Underworld: Rise of the Lycans
Steal My Romance
Aaron Robinson: Writer
Sean Gordon: Produced

User reviews

Margaret Taylor

The musical compositions in the movie perfectly complement the action sequences and emotional moments, adding depth and intensity to the storytelling.

Brian Anderson

The haunting vocals featured in several tracks evoke a sense of mystery and danger, adding an extra layer of depth to the overall sound of the soundtrack and enhancing the emotional impact of key scenes.

Sarah Turner

The use of haunting melodies and powerful orchestration in the soundtrack helps to immerse the audience in the world of vampires and lycans, setting the tone for the epic battle between the two species.

Sarah Martin

The memorable themes and motifs in the soundtrack stay with you long after the film has ended, underscoring the emotional impact of the characters' struggles and sacrifices.

Brian Harris

The epic orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack add depth and emotion to the story of the forbidden love between Lucian and Sonja.

Michelle Wright

The seamless integration of electronic elements with traditional orchestral music in the soundtrack creates a unique and modern sound that sets it apart from other film scores, making it a memorable and standout aspect of the movie-going experience.

Elizabeth Lopez

The vocals in some of the songs evoke a sense of ancient mysticism, enhancing the mythical quality of the film's lore.

Anthony Lopez

Overall, the musical score of the movie is a strong and essential element that contributes to the overall success of the film, enhancing the themes of love, betrayal, and rebellion.

Matthew Robinson

The soundtrack effectively builds tension and suspense during key moments of the story, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats.

Timothy Clark

The use of tribal drums in certain tracks creates a sense of primal energy that mirrors the conflict between the Vampires and Lycans.

Andrew Jones

The choice of instruments and melodies felt generic and cliché, failing to create a unique atmosphere for the film. I was hoping for a more dynamic and immersive musical experience that would enhance the overall viewing experience, but instead, the soundtrack fell flat and failed to leave a lasting impression.