The Final Girls Soundtrack: Listen to all 8 songs with scene descriptions

Each song is provided with a scene description and timestamp, as well as a full-length audio playback.

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Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 8 songs that can be heard in the movie “The Final Girls”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.

All 8 songs featured in “The Final Girls”:

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Dance Hall Days – Wang Chung
Timestamp: 0:03 | Scene: Amanda and Max are talking about Frank in the beginning of the film.
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Bette Davis Eyes – Kim Carnes
Timestamp: 0:04 | Scene: Amanda and Max are in the car driving to Mel's house.
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Wild Heart – Bleachers
Timestamp: 0:07 | Scene: Max is in the car with Gertie. They are talking about Chris.
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Mickey – Toni Basil
Timestamp: 0:13 | Scene: Max is at the cinema with her friends. They are watching their mother's movie.
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Lollipop – The Chordettes
Timestamp: 0:14 | Scene: Nancy tells a story about Billy Murphy.
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Cruel Summer – Bananarama
Timestamp: 0:22 | Scene: Everyone arrives at camp. Nancy tells Max that this summer will change her life.
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Cherry Pie – Warrant
Timestamp: 0:59 | Scene: Tina starts stripping to trap Billy.
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Heartbreakers – The Cold Crush Brothersyoutube logo

What’s the movie about?
The horror comedy “The Final Girls” is about Max Cartwright (Taissa Farmiga), a young girl who lost her mother Amanda (Malin Akerman) way too early. Together with her friends Gertie (Alia Shawkat), Vicki (Nina Dobrev), Duncan (Thomas Middleditch) and Chris (Alexander Ludwig) she goes to the cinema to watch the horror flick “Camp Bloodbath: Cruel Summer 2”, in which her mother is featured. When fire suddenly breaks out in the movie theater and the friends try to escape, they discover a supposed way out. The way out turns out to be a ticket to the movie. Max, her friends and her mother then have to deal with a killer who is hunting them…

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