The Raven

The Raven

The Raven (1935) is a horror film directed by Lew Landers. It revolves around Edgar Allan Poe's famous poem, featuring Béla Lugosi as a Poe-obsessed mad surgeon with a torture chamber in his basement and Boris Karloff as a fugitive murderer desperately on the run from the police.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:61 minutes
  • Release:1935
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ballet,   dance,   dancer,  

A brilliant surgeon obsessed with Poe saves the life of a beautiful dancer and goes mad when he can't have her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Raven torrent reviews

Caroline H (mx) wrote: Quvenzhane Wallis is awe-inspiring.

Lewis C (kr) wrote: Crows Zero is a manga adaptation about factions of students fighting for control of a Japanese high school. Not exactly a new idea, as every other anime and manga is about that very subject. But that's not what made Crows so uninteresting to me, I've previously enjoyed many movies and shows with similar plots. My issues with the movie were that I never felt any connection to the characters, and couldn't care less about what happened to them. Add that to the unremarkable fight scenes, and you've got a recipe for "meh". I did appreciate the sporadic humor, but that quickly (and unfortunately) faded away as the movie progressed. Die-hard fans of the manga may want to check this out, but I can't recommend that anyone else go out of their way to see it. If you want to see high school students beating each other to a pulp, there are much better (and more exciting) options.

Daniel D (br) wrote: Probably the best "slice of life" anime ever made, and generally a beautifully well-written story with a sense of superstitious elements to enlighten the imagination.

Chan S (ru) wrote: Seems like Kowloon ?

Adam R (jp) wrote: An immature teen movie, but I've seen much worse. It was moderately entertaining. (First and only full viewing - 2/19/2015)

Sara P (jp) wrote: Very strange movie based loosely on biblecal beliefs, do not attempt watching unless you are passionate about christianity. Good cast but not well written or directed.

Rendan L (it) wrote: The set up for the eventual franchise is a mess of boring characters, terrible acting, and cliche storytelling. Grade: D-

Landis I (gb) wrote: Not the best Metallica concert but it'll do

Alden S (nl) wrote: 9 out of 10:Despite some slow bits, Born on the Fourth of July offers good acting and a great opening.

Pierluigi P (br) wrote: A bit flawed by the excess of flashbacks and oniric sequences. Nevertheless, amazing performance by Mrs. Newman

Michael T (es) wrote: I have not seen this since a kid, and I laughed just as hard. "No Time For Sergeants" is a hilarious comedy classic.

Jamie I (nl) wrote: I like Clive Owen. I like Paul Giamatti. I like the idea of Giamatti playing one nasty bad guy. I did not like this movie. Owen plays Smith but why should we care? Why should we care about the pregnant woman or the baby he saves? Why should we care about poor hooker Donna Quintano, Monica Bellucci, who traded her normal life for her current one after giving birth to a stillborn baby. And Smith, why should we care his wife and child died from guns he sold? These are all terrible things which would lead a moviegoer to develop some feeling for the characters on screen. However, the order in which these facts are presented are not conducive to said feeling. By the time you find out all this information it's too late. As I said, why care? And there are a lot of silly stunts by Smith. No big deal right? Add a baby to the silly stunts and please. Really? So you're telling me flopping all around with a newborn is not going to hurt his development? And this baby isn't going to have hearing problems from the excessive gun shots he's heard? Please. Alternate title for this flick: How Many Ways Can Smith Use a Carrot as a Weapon?. No joke. This ridiculousness happens way too frequently for my tastes. Bottom line: avoid.

Rick L (kr) wrote: This is really good if you like apocalyptic movies.

Justin R (nl) wrote: Modest and extremely low-key movie that gains emotional power over the course of its short running time. The ending is great.