The Raven (2006)

The Raven (2006)





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A tormented rock star being stalked by a malevolent killer receives valuable advice from the master of macabre in director Ulli Lommel's cinematic tribute to legendary horror author Edgar Allan Poe. As a child, Lenore was surrounded by darkness. It was during those grim and frightening days that the terrified girl became acquainted with the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe. These days, Lenore has achieved fame as the singer in a Los Angeles-based rock band, but unfortunately her high-profile status has made her the target of a supernatural killer. After seeing her friends and colleagues fall one by one to a murderous force from beyond the mortal realm, the terrified singer is horrified to discover that she is to become the next victim of the seemingly omnipotent murderer. Though at first Lenore feels as if all hope is lost, a nighttime visit from the author whose works helped her survive some of the darkest days of her childhood offers a fighting chance of cheating death. Meanwhile, in the mountaintop lair of the Raven, where the bloodied bodies of his victims lie desecrated, a ghostly killer prepares to claim his most prized victim.
R (Graphic violence)
Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Ulli Lommel
as Grandfather
Jack Quinn
as Skinner
Victoria Ullmann
as Annabel Lee
Carsten Frank
as Evil Man
Michael Barbour
as Edgar Allan Poe
Nicole Cooke
as Young Lenore
Nola Roeper
as Sister Cathy
Sharon Senina
as Jackie
Curtis Graan
as Record Producer
Calum Waddell
as Priest No. 2
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absolutely horrible movie, shot like something made for sharing on Youtube, the plot was so convoluted I couldn't follow it, kept feeling like it was all about to come together and then it didn't

shelly bork
shelly bork

I have no idea how this spectacle was inspired by Poe's work. Aside from the fact that it is dark and morbid I am not seeing any resemblance. This movie was a low budget, made by college kids, kind of mess. Entertaining? No. Relevant to life? No. A time killer of the lowest grade? Yes. I can't recommend that anyone watch this, but if you have absolutely nothing better to watch, give it a try.

Heather Metzger
Heather Metzger

The book was so much better....

Barry Lappin
Barry Lappin

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