Snoop’s gangsta rap has always been more laid-back than most, but his G-funk and crip-hop never lacked menace. The music to this thriller (starring Snoop as a thugged-out ghost) marries minor-key piano and syrupy funk with retribution rhymes from the Doggfather and guests like Kurupt and D12. His stealthy bite is so well-suited to horror films, one wonders why it hasn’t been done before.
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