The Crow: Wicked Prayer

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Eddie Furlong dons the makeup in The Crow: Wicked Prayer, the fourth installment in The Crow film series. This tale follows Jimmy Cuervo (Furlong), a down-on-his-luck ex-con living in a polluted mining town on an Indian reservation that would run him out of town if not for the remainder of his probation. With his time nearly finished, he plans to start a new life with his gorgeous girlfriend, Lily (Emmanuelle Chriqui), and leave the dreaded town for good. Unluckily for them, Luc Crash (David Boreanaz) and Lola ...
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Eddie Furlong dons the makeup in The Crow: Wicked Prayer, the fourth installment in The Crow film series. This tale follows Jimmy Cuervo (Furlong), a down-on-his-luck ex-con living in a polluted mining town on an Indian reservation that would run him out of town if not for the remainder of his probation. With his time nearly finished, he plans to start a new life with his gorgeous girlfriend, Lily (Emmanuelle Chriqui), and leave the dreaded town for good. Unluckily for them, Luc Crash (David Boreanaz) and Lola Byrne (Tara Reid) head up a gang of local Satanists who have another idea up their sleeve when they decide to murder the couple in a ritualistic slaying they hope will conjure the rebirth of the Antichrist. When the local Indian myth of the Crow reawakens Jimmy, he heads out on a one-man path of vengeance that will lead him to the highest Satanist himself, El Nino (Dennis Hopper). Also starring Danny Trejo and Macy Gray, this film was directed by underground fave Lance Mungia of Six-String Samurai fame.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Deleted scenes; Storyboards; "Making of The Crow: Wicked Prayer"; Feature commentaries; Galleries; And more
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/19/2005
  • UPC: 786936288865
  • Original Release: 2005
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  • Source: Dimension
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:39:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Edward Furlong Jimmy Cuervo/The Crow
David Boreanaz
Emmanuelle Chriqui Lily
Dennis Hopper
Tara Reid
Marcus Chong
Macy Gray
Tito Oritz
Rena Owen
Danny Trejo
Technical Credits
Lance Mungia Director, Screenwriter
Fred M. Andrews Production Designer
Stephen Belafonte Co-producer
Kurt Brabbee Cinematographer
Kit Carson Co-producer
Jamie Christopherson Score Composer
Sig De Miguel Casting
Dean Holland Editor
Sean Hood Screenwriter
Daymond John Executive Producer
Jon Katz Executive Producer
Mandi Line Costumes/Costume Designer
Jeff Most Musical Direction/Supervision, Producer, Screenwriter
Edward R. Perssman Producer
Edward R. Pressman Producer
John Saviano Co-producer
Greg Woertz Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Revolt [9:08]
2. Community Divided [5:10]
3. Stealing Life [7:36]
4. A Killer's Heart [5:25]
5. Celebration [4:11]
6. Spirit of the Crow [12:02]
7. A Warning [4:34]
8. Dark Past [8:20]
9. Rave-N-Fest [6:20]
10. El NiƱo [7:11]
11. Satan's Wedding [7:50]
12. Vengeance [7:43]
13. Good vs. Evil [7:31]
14. Reunited [6:01]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Captions and Subtitles
      English for the Hearing Impaired
      Spanish
      French
      Captions and Subtitles: None
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Feature Commentary
         View the Film With Commentary by Director Lance Mungia and Producer Jeff Most: On
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         View the Film With Commentary by Director Lance Mungia, Cinematographer Kurt Brabbee, Film Editor Dean Holland and Sound Designer Steven Avila: On
         View the Film With Commentary by Director Lance Mungia, Cinematographer Kurt Brabbee, Film Editor Dean Holland and Sound Designer Steven Avila: Off
         View the Film With Commentary by Director Lance Mungia and Music Composer Jamie Christopherson: On
         View the Film With Commentary by Director Lance Mungia and Music Composer Jamie Christopherson: Off
         View the Film With Commentary by Director Lance Mungia and Actor Edward Furlong: On
         View the Film With Commentary by Director Lance Mungia and Actor Edward Furlong: Off
      The Making of The Crow: Wicked Prayer
      El Pinto
      Black Moth Bar Storyboards
      Margaritas and Conversation
      Deleted Scenes
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         The Gathering Center
         Rick E. Ravens
      Jamie's Attic
      Galleries
         Production Stills
         Wicked Prayers: A Photographic Journey
   Sneak Peeks
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      Sin City
      Hostage
      Cursed
      Dracula III: Legacy
      Hellraiser: Hellworld
      The Prophecy
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    this movie is AWSOME!!!

    I think that The Crow:Wicked Prayer is a great movie and the I think that it is where the first crow is....... they both are awsome!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    NEW IDEA!!!!!

    Why keep making Crow movies with men playing the title character??? Here's a new idea for Dimension, get a woman to play the crow, maybe then you could get a fresh take on the crow series. Heck, why not get Angelina Jolie or Ziyi Zhang or Charlize Theron to play the crow or some tough female action star, maybe then the Crow series will spark again like they once did with Brandon Lee. Anyway good luck with future Crow movies, but there is no saving this current film.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Nice Addition to the Crow Mythos

    This movie is worth buying if you want all the Crow series, otherwise I'd recommend renting it. It had potential to be a great addition to the Crow mythos, but it didn't quite make it. Furlong was great as the Crow, and I liked the fact that he was an avenger who didn't want to kill. If you're an Angelus fan from the Buffy series, you'll like David Boreanaz' Death. I liked tying the Christian and the Indian myths together with the Four Horsemen and the Crow legend. The characterization was flat in this movie, particularly for the bad guys. With the exception of Death, none of them were bad enough to deserve a Crow. The satanic rituals came across as silly. Death also came across as silly. For someone who wanted to raise Hell on earth, he got too easily distracted. This is one of those movies where I wish they'd taken a month or two longer and fleshed out the other characters besides the Crow. I'm not sorry I bought the movie, but only because I want the entire series.

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