Writer/director Peter Bradley brings Edgar Allan Poe's classic horror poem,THE RAVEN, to chilling life in a faithful, word-for-word adaption. Based not completely in reality, but not ... See full summary »

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Writer/director Peter Bradley brings Edgar Allan Poe's classic horror poem,THE RAVEN, to chilling life in a faithful, word-for-word adaption. Based not completely in reality, but not completely in fantasy, one man's self-induced torture over the loss of his lover manifests itself and pushes him over the edge of sanity. This stylized piece captures the twisted, tortured world of Poe in a simple, yet highly detailed way that has to be seen and heard to be believed. Written by Anonymous

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Edgar Allan Poe's classic tale of psychological terror is brought to life.

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Horror | Short

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19 April 2003 (USA)  »

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Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven  »

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A well done tribute to Poe
28 July 2003 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

I have seen this film twice, once at its original screening in 2002 and once again at a screening in 2003. While the film had an extremely low budget, there is no evidence of that in the Production Design. Also the film, shot on 16mm Black and White, is very well shot and the Director of Photography deserves all the praise he gets. If this short shows near you, I recommend you get seats.


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