The Crow: Salvation

The Crow: Salvation

Kirsten Dunst
Director: Bharat Nalluri Cast: Kirsten Dunst
Kirsten Dunst
, Eric Mabius
Eric Mabius
, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
Bharat Nalluri


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The third installment of The Crow series, The Crow: Salvation opens with the electrocution of death row inmate Alex Corvis (Eric Mabius) on his 21st birthday. Falsely convicted of the brutal stabbing murder of his girlfriend Lauren (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) three years earlier, Alex spent the duration of his imprisonment insisting that Lauren was murdered by a man with a series of distinctive scars up and down his arms; unfortunately, the police never found any trace of him. Immediately following Alex's messy electrocution, during which his leather mask melted onto his face, his guardian crow appears to resurrect him. After clawing off the mask, which leaves some interesting burn marks on his face, Alex sets out to find Lauren's killer and clear his own name. He finds an ally for his cause in Erin (Kirstin Dunst), Lauren's sister. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx

Product Details

Release Date: 09/09/2014
UPC: 0031398177388
Original Release: 2000
Rating: R
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:42:00

Special Features

Production design featurette; Who's that bird?; Behind-the-scenes featurette; Behind-the-makeup featurette; Feature commentary with Director Bharat Nalluri, Actor Eric Mabius, Producer Jeff Most, Composer Marco Beltrami and Production Designer Maia Javan

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kirsten Dunst Erin Randall
Eric Mabius Alex Corvis
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe Lauren Randall
William Atherton Nathan Randall
Fred Ward Police Captain
Grant Shaud Actor
David Stevens Actor
Dale Midkiff Actor
Walton Goggins Actor

Technical Credits
Bharat Nalluri Director
Chris M. Aysta Costumes/Costume Designer
Marco Beltrami Score Composer
Moritz Borman Executive Producer
Alessandro Camon Producer
Carolyn Chen Cinematographer
Maia Javan Production Designer
Chip Johannessen Screenwriter
Russell D. Markowitz Co-producer
Jeff Most Musical Direction/Supervision,Producer
Marielos Pantelakis Costumes/Costume Designer
Edward R. Pressman Producer
Thomas C. Rainone Special Effects
Chris Sievernich Executive Producer
Howard E. Smith Editor
Stephen A. Tibbo Sound/Sound Designer
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
Greg Woertz Associate Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Crow: Salvation
1. Opening/The Execution [12:15]
2. Resurrection [8:02]
3. Mad Monkey Love [2:33]
4. A Stranger Visits [2:03]
5. Lying Witness [2:54]
6. Officer Down [10:31]
7. Jail Time For A Cover-Up [8:25]
8. Dirty Cops [2:26]
9. Who's Next? [2:47]
10. It Wasn't Supposed To Happen [3:05]
11. Dert? [2:14]
12. Life Is Worth Fighting For [3:15]
13. The Dead Can Return [3:49]
14. All For You [7:43]
15. It' Over [6:24]
16. The King [13:04]
17. Retribution [4:04]
18. End Credits [6:01]

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent Addition I'm a fan of the Crow. The original and this are the two best in the series. Eric Mabius, playing Alex Corvis, is a worthy successor to the Crows power. The crow isn't a hero, he's a destroyer. An Avenging Angel. This movie is action packed. Each moment, from Corvis's resurrection to the end credits, is thrilling He hunts the dirty cops who murdered the woman he loves, and framed him for her murder. His quest for revenge takes many lives - those who killed him and those foolish enough to stand between him and his revenge. The story graphically demonstrates police corruption, and dramatically shows civilian outrage about that corruption.
Guest More than 1 year ago
could have adapted the original books by james o'barr. but the fourth will be the best. its called the crow: wicked prayer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
To state the mood of the majority of crow fans, this movie was an excellent adaption of a story, but sadly it followed almost the exact same storyline as the original. While well acted and reasonably directed, the storyline was simply too tired to provide an exciting experience for anyone who saw the excellent first installment of the cult series.
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