What better way to round out a movie this meaningless and forgettable than with an equally unmemorable music score? As I've said before, Marco Beltrami is a composer who can sometimes come up with good music but other times, it feels like his heart isn't it and he creates some very generic stuff that you wouldn't be able think of even if you tried and, as you can guess, that's the case here. I can admire him for wanting to do his own thing and not just copy what Jerry Goldsmith did (making him the only person involved with this flick who did feel that way) but it's just forgettable. Except for a couple of pieces here and there, mainly those that do hint at Goldsmith's original score, like a piano piece that reminds me of the beginning of Ave Satani and a different, much larger-feeling version of that theme that plays over the latter half of the ending credits, it's all a bunch of droning, underscored themes that try to sound menacing and ominous in a typical fashion and all run together. I can remember sort of liking the piece that played over the opening credits but I'll be damned if I try to tell you what it sounded like other than generic, modern-day scary movie music. Again, I can't think of a more perfect way to end a review on a movie that did not need to exist in the first place.