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Raging Angels (1995)

Two musicians are unknowingly drawn into a supernatural scheme.

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(story) (as Chako van Leeuwen), (story) | 3 more credits »
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Chris
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Sister Kate
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Lila
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Colin
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Megan
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Grandma Ruth
Aileen Allado-Jones ...
Backup Singer
Michael Bishop ...
Guitar Player
Michael Carr ...
Cook #2 (as Mike Carr)
John Carr ...
Security Guard #2
Ralph M. Cardinale ...
Cook #1 (as Ralph Cardinale)
Jon Clair ...
Teenage Boy
Rich Cooley ...
Piano Player
Casey Christensen ...
Security
Kerri Danesi ...
Wardrobe Assistant (as Kerra Danesi)
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Storyline

Two musicians are unknowingly drawn into a supernatural scheme.

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Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »
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10 November 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Fúria dos Anjos  »

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Trivia

The film was started by director Louis Morneau, but he was replaced with Jonathan Wacks. Ultimately, the filmmakers opted to use an 'Alan Smithee' credit on the film. See more »

Goofs

In one scene, Chris sits on the sofa playing guitar. Lila comes to him, puts the guitar on the sofa and starts cuddling with Chris. At first, the guitar changes its position on the sofa without being touched only to disappear from the scene completely a few seconds later. See more »

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Referenced in End of the World (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

The Pain Inside of Me
Written by Andy Robbins, Terry Russell, Steven Patrick, Jamie Cramer, Michael Cutting and David Zaffiro
Performed by Holy Soldier
(P) 1990 Most Triumphant Music
(Admin. by Word, Inc.)/Dayspring (A Div. of Word, Inc.) (BMI)/Barkloid (ASCAP)
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Amazing bad 80s rock + bad acting + two fit birds = amazing movie
21 November 2003 | by (Wirral, England) – See all my reviews

This movie is truly amazing, it has everything a modern day film requires. Fit women, bad 80s rock music, cheesy ballards, and bad 90s special effects.

I bought this movie for £1 as it reminded me of one of the funniest movies I have ever seen The Edge Of Hell, with Jon Mickl Thor (check it out). It turned out to be a real gem. The ending sees a rather over tanned Archangel take on the Devil in a rubbish sword fight, as well as some of the most rip off music.

Buy this movie.


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