Primeval - John Frizzell
Here's the bad, very briefly: some acting isn't that great, it's somewhat cliché, some parts could have been scarier, and some scenes just fall short of the mark. It also feels cheap in places, although this I really didn't mind; the film is shot documentary style in places, so it feels unpolished. Some of this is evident throughout the film.
The good, what parts there are of it, fair pretty well, albeit they are few and far in between. There are some tense scenes, some which are shown in the trailer and some you'll have to see for yourself. Anybody looking for a B-Horror flick probably won't be disappointed, however.All in all Primeval brings very little new to the table, and is probably best described as a guilty pleasure or popcorn flick; even these may be flattering.
The score was composed by John Frizzell and he supposedly traveled to Africa for a few months to learn what sounds to use for the score. But the score sounds like he only worked on the project for maybe 3 weeks. It's a decent score but I'm not surprised it did not get an official release.