Review in a Hurry: Nevermore? Try never mind. The Raven does feature handsome production design and a promising premise—a 19th-century serial killer commits murders inspired by Edgar Allen Poe‘s stories (it’s like Se7en for the literati crowd). But without narrative guts, this not-so-thrilling thriller proves a bloody disappointment… Continue reading Movie Review: The Raven Crows With Brooding Intrigue, but Is Ultimately a Bore
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The Raven (2012) – Official Trailer [HD]
Oh, this is a great addition to “Sherlock Holmes” and “From Hell” – “THE RAVEN” brings a fictionalized account of the last days of Edgar Allan Poe’s life, in which the poet pursues a serial killer whose murders mirror those in the writer’s stories. Coming to theatres on March 9, 2012 Starring: John Cusack, Alice Eve, Luke Evans… Continue reading The Raven (2012) - Official Trailer [HD]
January 23, 2012
The Raven was scheduled to go up against John Carter on March 9th, but the James McTeigue-directed thriller will now open in theaters on April 27th. Starring John Cusack, Luke Evans, Alice Eve, Brendan Gleeson and Oliver Jackson-Cohen, the film faces The Five-Year Engagement and Safe on the new date.
CELEBS AT CON
Ron Perlman and Carey Mulligan hit a Con party with director Nicolas Winding. Julie Newmar still looks great as a feline. Malin Akerman signs posters, Alice Eve sits with James McTeigue, and John Cusack looks less than thrilled. Even Werner Herzog attends the festivities.
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David Ehrlich hears/imagines the best one-liners to come out of the… Continue reading SDCC 2011 in 60 Seconds: Spielberg Finally Hits Con and Quoth 'The Raven' Nevermore
Relativity Media’s panel was a bit of a mixed bag, as they trotted out two wildly different films that were met with equally mixed reactions. Things kicked off with Steven Soderbergh making a rare Comic-Con appearance to hype his upcoming action thriller Haywire, a presentation followed by James McTeigue premiering the trailer for The Raven, a murder mystery that recasts Edgar Allen Poe as a reluctant detective during the final… Continue reading Comic-Con: The Relativity Panel, 'Haywire' Kicks Ass, 'The Raven' a Little Less So