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Original title: Crow: Wicked Prayer, The
• USA: Jul 19, 2005
DVD Release Date
• R1: Jul 19, 2005
Rated R for violence and language throughout, some sexual and drug content.
1 hour, 39 minutes
Dimension Films, Edward R. Pressman Film Corporation, Jeff Most Productions
More info on IMDb.com
• The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)
• Wicked Prayer (USA working title) (2005)
• The Crow 4 (USA working title) (2005)
|Genre: Sci-Fi, Vampires, Revenge|
Tagline: He will not rest until he gets his vengeance.
Plot: The fourth chapter in the popular action-horror series, THE CROW: WICKED PRAYER features Edward Furlong taking up the vengeance fueled gothic mantle. Furlong plays Jimmy Cuervo, an ex-con who is driven out of a small Southwest town by the suspicious townsfolk. Leaving with his girlfriend Lily, Jimmy is ambushed by the satanic Luc Crash (David Boreanaz, the title character on TV's ANGEL) and his vicious biker gang. Crash slays both Lily and Jimmy as part of a ritual that will grant him supernatural powers. But little does Crash realize that the Crow, the spirit of revenge that helps the wronged make things right, has resurrected Jimmy, pitting the two in a supernatural battle between good and evil. Directed by Lance Mungia (SIX STRING SAMURAI), THE CROW: WICKED PRAYER boasts a strong supporting cast including Tara Reid, Dennis Hopper, and Macy
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Boreanaz starts out as your typical “jolly” bad guy but, for some reason, he takes his character into an almost laughable, hammy, desperately-needing-to-be-reined-in by director Mungia area. I had my doubts about Tara Reid but found her performance to beactually quite decent
--Elaine Lamkin (Bloody-Disgusting.com)
...was a touching, visually wooing and mostly well acted flick. It aimed higher than the franchise’s narrative boundaries and its own low budget, hitting the mark more than half the time. Sadly the flick rushed through its relationships/plot turns in thename of pacing and its final act lost its kool in terms of the leveled feel that it had established thus far. Although the film didn't hit my bull's eye 100%, I did respect what it accomplished and what it tried to do. I’m up for a The Crow Part 5!...
--'The Arrow' (Arrow)