A soundtrack album has been released for the psychological thriller I See You. The album features the film’s original music composed by William Arcane. The soundtrack is now available to stream/download here, where you can also check out audio samples. I See You is directed by Adam Randall and stars Helen Hunt, Jon Tenney, Judah Lewis, Owen Teague, Libe Barer, Greg Alan Williams, Erika Alexander and Allison King. The movie centers on the lead investigator on a missing persons case who struggles to balance work and home life, but when the family is put in mortal danger, an evil truth about their home is finally uncovered. The thriller was released in select theaters and on VOD last December by Saban Films and is now also available on DVD.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. An Opening (2:18)
2. I See You (1:13)
3. Vacant Stare (0:58)
4. Broken Glass (1:01)
5. The Search (0:47)
6. Intruder (0:45)
7. In the Woods (2:09)
8. Trapped (1:31)
9. What Keeps You up at Night (1:50)
10. Calling (0:35)
11. Out There Somewhere (0:54)
12. Visitor (1:32)
13. Flashback (1:18)
14. Mugged (0:36)
15. House (0:58)
16. A Pattern (2:06)
17. Phrog (4:43)
18. Bound by Violence (unknown Guests) (2:49)
19. Bastard (1:32)
20. Pills (1:46)
21. Masked (2:05)
22. Fly on the Wall (3:02)
23. Accident (2:37)
24. Bodies (magic House) (5:01)
25. Executed (1:52)
26. An Ending (3:42)

  1. Doug Kornbrust says:

    I watched the movie called ‘I See You” last night on Netflix, and I was so spellbound by the musical soundtrack that I could barely pay attention to the movie plot. I’m a strictly amateur composer, making short pieces that could be trailers and ranging to 2-hour ‘audio dramas’, including scripts (some quite off the wall) with an accompanying soundtrack and Foley effects. I’ve been refining my acting skills and character voices, sometimes recruiting my wife and friends to provide other voices. I’m telling you this only so that you will know that I have a good sense about cinematic music production and was blown away by your compositions in I See You. That was truly one of the best productions I’ve heard. I hope you got paid well for that.

    A new enthusiastic fan,