Reptile on Netflix soundtrack: All songs featured in the movie

Reptile. Justin Timberlake as Will Grady in Reptile. Cr. Daniel McFadden/Netflix ©2023
Reptile. Justin Timberlake as Will Grady in Reptile. Cr. Daniel McFadden/Netflix ©2023 /

Reptile is the latest big Netflix movie to hit the service. The new film, a crime drama from Grant Singer making his feature directorial debut, follows a hardened detective faced with one of his most complicated cases yet. What starts like a seemingly average homicide investigation into the brutal murder of a realtor soon becomes something far more twisted as Detective Tom Nichols (Benicio Del Toro) begins unraveling not only the case, but everything he thought he knew about his life and career, too.

Obviously, when you have a movie with Oscar-winner Benicio Del Toro at the forefront, you know it’s probably going to be good. But Reptile has a great cast all around. In addition to Del Toro, the cast also includes Alicia Silverstone, Justin Timberlake, Michael Pitts, and more.

The story is helped along by a great soundtrack, too, with music from The Bangles, Evie Sands, Eddie Holman, Bob Dylan, and more. Part of the fun of a film like Reptile is in seeing the creative way the music is used, from the opening chords of “Angel of the Morning” to carry the beginning few minutes of the movie, to Tom using “The Oogum Boogum Song” as his ringtone.

Check out the full list of songs featured in the movie below:

  • “Angel of the Morning” by Evie Sands
  • “This Can’t Be True” by Eddie Holman
  • “Joe’s Been A-Gettin’ There” by Grady Martin
  • “The Oogum Boogum Song” by Brenton Wood
  • “Belong to Heaven” by Cass McCombs
  • “Forensic Files Theme”
  • “Drivers Seat” by Sniff n the Tears
  • “Eternal Flame” by The Bangles
  • “Outta Country” by Garrison Star
  • “Cups Up” by Stock McGuire
  • “Baby” by Brandy
  • “You Can Do Magic” by America
  • “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” by Bob Dylan

Apart from the songs, Reptile also has a fantastic and suitably ominous film score composed by Berlin-based musician Yair Elazar Glotman. Glotman has previously composed music for films like the Hulu Original film False Positive and the 2020 film Last and First Men starring Tilda Swinton.

Reptile is now streaming on Netflix. Add the film to your watchlist now.

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