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I always found the Crow sequels to be poor, until number 4 (I think, the one with the dude from Ugly Betty). That one actually worked really well, just a shame it had Kirsten Dunst in it.

 

EDIT: Yeah that was a pretty good sequel. Shame the next one had Edward Furlong shitting things up. Didn't realize until I looked it up that there's been 5 Crow films (And another one on the way.)

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EDIT: Yeah that was a pretty good sequel. Shame the next one had Edward Furlong shitting things up. Didn't realize until I looked it up that there's been 5 Crow films (And another one on the way.)

 

The Crow, The Crow2: City of Angels, The Crow: Salvation, The Crow: Wicked Prayer...5th one? Man I thought the Furlong one was the last one. That was so shit I can't even remember what happens.

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If I recall correctly, Furlong & his girlfriend get killed by David Boreanaz, who's looking to become Satan. Yep. (Also I botched the fact that there were 5 Crow films. I should have said, 4 Crow films, one on the way and a TV series. Natch.)

 

EDIT: OH. And the crow gets injured (BIG SURPRISE!!) Danny Trejo does a Crow dance (!!!) to revive it.

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Back on topic!!

 

I always found the Crow sequels to be poor, until number 4 (I think, the one with the dude from Ugly Betty). That one actually worked really well, just a shame it had Kirsten Dunst in it.

That was the third one and it was a nice change of pace from the others (it was good to see The Crow having fun with his powers from the off). Besides, you can't ever totally hate a film that has Fred Ward in it.

 

I loved all four of the Crow films (the fourth was the poorest of the series, but I still enjoyed it) and the TV series (Stairway to Heaven) was actually pretty decent (it continues the story with Eric Draven).

 

If I recall correctly, Furlong & his girlfriend get killed by David Boreanaz, who's looking to become Satan. Yep. (Also I botched the fact that there were 5 Crow films. I should have said, 4 Crow films, one on the way and a TV series. Natch.)
There is a new film in the works which will be a reworking of the original story, although it's had a troubled pre-production.

 

Stephen Norrington (writer), Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (director), Bradley Cooper, Mark Wahlberg, Ryan Gosling and Channing Tatum have all been linked to the film and since left the project (or, in the case of the actors, were never genuinely on board to begin with).

 

The main issue I have (at present anyway - the film itself could surprise) is that the studio are hoping to drop the gothic stylings of Alex Proyas and "bring it up-to-date for the 21st Century with a realistic, hard-edged and mysterious, almost documentary style".

 

I'm not sure how that style would work for a film about a guy who is killed and then brought back to life to avenge his death... but District 9 did a great job in the same vein, so here's hoping they can work some magic.

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Hellboy 2 The Golden Army I enjoyed way more than I expected

Hellraiser 2

Phantasm 2

Dark Knight

Dark Knight Rises

Hallowe'en 2

LOTR Two Towers

Terminator 2

Clerks 2

Devil's Rejects

Rocky 2

Rocky 3

Rocky4

X Men 2

X Men The Last Stand

Friday The 13th Part 2

Batman Returns

Blade 2

Gremlins 2

Toy Story 2

Toy Story 3

Nightmare on Elm street Dream Warriors

Bride of Chucky

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