Extinction on Netflix: Soundtrack, Full Cast List & Review Scores
Extinction is Netflix’s latest big sci-fi adventure and if you’re all wrapped up with the movie, we’re going to take you through some of the things you’ll want to know afterwards including the full soundtrack, the cast list and where you’ve seen them before plus looking at the general consensus of the new movie from both critics and fans.
Before we begin, if you haven’t seen the movie yet we advise you do so before going further in this article. While we don’t take deep dives into plots, the movie does contain a plot twist which will be far better if you experience it first. You may also want to take a look at our before you watch guide to the movie too.
Soundtrack for Extinction
Most of the music for Extinction comes from The Newton Brothers who composed the original soundtrack plus also produced the final credits song too. The Newton Brothers are known for their work on other movies such as Oculus, Hush and Netflix Original movie, Gerald’s Game.
- Twilight Driving -Methyl Ethel
- Hurricane – MS MR
- Don’t Wake Me Up (Featuring Jojo) – Jojo Callaghan Belle, The Newton Brothers
Cast List for Extinction and where you’ve seen them before
|Michael Peña||Peter||Ant-Man, End of Watch|
|Mike Colter||David||Luke Cage|
|Emma Booth||Samantha||Hounds of Love, Glitch, Once Upon A Time|
|Israel Broussard||Miles||The Bling Ring|
|Lilly Aspell||Megan||Wonder Woman as Young Diana|
|Amelia Crouch||Hanna||Alice Through the Looking Glass, The Limehouse Golem|
Review Scores for Extinction
Let’s start off with how the critics have taken to Extinction. Quite simply, they haven’t. On RottenTomatoes, the series doesn’t even register a score making it officially rotten. Metacritic isn’t much better currently scoring at an average of 29 out of 100. Most criticise the plot and the fact it left its twist for the end.
User reviews have been far more kind, as often the case with Netflix Originals with user scores on IMDb hitting 6.0 out of 10.
What to Watch Next on Netflix
Netflix has already released some fantastic sci-fi movies throughout 2018 already. Earlier in the year, Netflix acquired Paramount’s other big sci-fi movie of the year, The Cloverfield Paradox. The movie shares some of the same twists and turns but is set in an expanded universe which is a must watch for any sci-fi fan. More recently, Netflix released an AI movie called TAU which should also now be on your list.
If it’s the disaster world ending stuff you like, go and check out How it Ends which dropped on Netflix only a few weeks ago.
Most of the plot is fairly self-explanatory but if you are looking for some answers then head over to our full article on the ending explained and what the heck are the aliens wearing.
Now it’s over to you, what did you think of the movie? Let us know in the comment section down below preferably leaving a score out 10.