Unrest Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.00/10 from 8300 votes
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Med student Alison Blanchard (Corri English), while taking a Gross Anatomy class, is assigned to dissect the body of a prostitute. She and her lab partners, Brian Cross (Scott Davis), Carlos Aclar (Joshua Alba), and Rick O'Connor (Jay Jablonski), start having feelings that something is wrong about this body. Disregarded by her professor and therapist as just having the "jitters," Alison is unable to let go of the sense that something is wrong.

She starts to research where the body came from and what happened to this "prostitute." People who touched the body start mysteriously dying so the race is on for Alison and her new love, Brian, to put this body to rest. They find out the body was actually an archeologist who uncovered the bodies of 50,000 people in Brazil. The bodies had been sacrificed to the Aztec God of fertility, sex, and birth. The archeologist, possessed, became a prostitute and started murdering men to "rid them of their filth" before killing herself.

Alison and Brian have to put her spirit and the spirits of those sacrificed to rest to free the med school of the rage unleashed at the desecration of her body.

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Coxcomb Red
Ain't No Grave
We're In This Together
Change (In the House of Flies)
And All That Could Have Been
Bound For The Floor
Cemetery Gates
Wolf Like Me
Bottom of a Bottle (Acoustic)
Way down We Go - Recorded at Spotify Studios NYC
Standing at Your Grave

User reviews

Michael Miller

The seamless integration of the soundtrack with the visuals enhances the storytelling, creating a cohesive and immersive cinematic experience.

Jennifer Parker

Additionally, the use of repetitive motifs throughout the film became irritating and distracting, rather than adding to the atmosphere. The soundtrack did not succeed in creating a sense of unease or tension, falling short in its ability to immerse the audience in the unfolding mystery.

Kimberly Martin

The haunting melodies in the background music enhance the sense of mystery and unease surrounding the discovery of the body and its dark history.

Paul Baker

The soundtrack of Unrest perfectly captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the film. The haunting melodies and chilling tones enhance the sense of unease and suspense throughout the movie.

William Carter

Overall, the soundtrack of Unrest showcases the talent and creativity of the composers, enhancing the overall impact of the film and leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Elizabeth Scott

The use of subtle, yet impactful melodies in the soundtrack adds depth to the emotional journey of the characters, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Michelle Wilson

The musical motifs used throughout the film help to establish a sense of continuity and cohesion, tying together different scenes and plot points.

Elizabeth Hill

The soundtrack of Unrest failed to effectively capture the suspense and horror elements of the storyline. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the intensity needed to enhance the viewing experience.

Susan Hill

Overall, the music in Unrest plays a crucial role in enhancing the viewer's engagement with the story, making it a memorable aspect of the film.

Mark Thomas

The soundtrack of Unrest expertly builds tension and suspense during key moments, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats and engaged in the unfolding mystery.

David Green

The use of subtle, ambient sounds in the soundtrack of Unrest creates a sense of tension and foreboding that keeps the audience on edge. The music builds anticipation and adds depth to the emotional impact of the story.

William Walker

The haunting and eerie atmosphere created by the soundtrack of Unrest perfectly complements the suspenseful and mysterious storyline of the film.

Margaret Baker

The soundtrack of Unrest effectively captures the eerie and suspenseful atmosphere of the film, adding depth to the storyline.

Dorothy King

The use of different musical motifs helps to build tension throughout the plot, creating an immersive experience for the audience.

Dorothy King

The emotional depth conveyed through the music complements the character development, especially Alison's journey of uncovering the truth behind the body she is dissecting.

Michelle Campbell

The soundtrack effectively conveys the themes of redemption and closure, resonating with the overarching narrative of putting spirits to rest.

Richard Green

The composition of the soundtrack for Unrest is expertly crafted, with a blend of orchestral arrangements and electronic elements that create a unique and immersive listening experience. The music not only complements the narrative of the film but also stands on its own as a captivating piece of art.

Karen Jackson

The incorporation of tribal beats and ominous tones in the music effectively conveys the ancient and supernatural elements of the plot, immersing the audience in the world of the film.