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Raging Angels (1995)

Two musicians are unknowingly drawn into a supernatural scheme.


Alan Smithee


Hisako Tsukuba (story) (as Chako van Leeuwen), Stens Christensen (story) | 3 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Patrick Flanery ... Chris
Diane Ladd ... Sister Kate
Monet Mazur ... Lila
Michael Paré ... Colin
Arielle Dombasle ... Megan
Shelley Winters ... Grandma Ruth
Aileen Allado-Jones Aileen Allado-Jones ... Backup Singer
Michael Bishop Michael Bishop ... Guitar Player
Michael Carr Michael Carr ... Cook #2 (as Mike Carr)
John Carr John Carr ... Security Guard #2
Ralph M. Cardinale Ralph M. Cardinale ... Cook #1 (as Ralph Cardinale)
Jon Clair Jon Clair ... Teenage Boy
Rich Cooley Rich Cooley ... Piano Player
Casey Christensen Casey Christensen ... Security
Kerri Danesi Kerri Danesi ... Wardrobe Assistant (as Kerra Danesi)


Two musicians are unknowingly drawn into a supernatural scheme.

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Between the Words and the Music, Something Evil Was Tearing Them Apart

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


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 »


Referenced in Who Is Alan Smithee? (2002) See more »


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User Reviews

I have enjoyed it's cheesyness a lot!
7 June 2020 | by alexfromhornSee all my reviews

Yes very chees 80s style flick, although it's from 1995 - but it was entertaining nonetheless. Some people will criticize it for a having a christian emphasis, but I'm not really bothered by it, I saw it simply as a good versus evil thing and that worked for me pretty fine. The acting was mostly convincing but not good, I have enjoyed the music and really liked how it took up the subject of the NWO one world government conspiracy and intertwined it with demons, that was priceless, keep it mind this movie happened before internet conspiracies were a thing! The atmosphere generated by these weird elements combined, really generated a unique entertaining cheesy movie. If you like cheesy 80s style movies this one should be a pick for you,.

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Release Date:

10 November 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Spirit Realm See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo


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