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Raging Angels (1995)

Two musicians are unknowingly drawn into a supernatural scheme.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Chris
... Sister Kate
... Lila
... Colin
... Megan
... 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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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


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

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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 »

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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 Who Is Alan Smithee? (2002) See more »

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Written and Performed by Candlebox
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Idiotic even for an 80s film...
27 August 1999 | by See all my reviews

I saw it on TV and at first I thought it was a typical dumb 80s flick. But the quality of the picture and some CGI details showed me it was a 90s film (the effects are awful for 1995 technology but still better than 80s). The plot is of course ridiculous and so is the acting. There's one specific time near the end, probably the climax of the movie, when I bursted out laughing. It's not in the so-bad-it's-good category, but it has its moments:-) There's also good news: if you love beautiful women, you have to see it for Monet Mazur. She's one of those really, really gorgeous ladies and makes the film _almost_ watchable.


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