Raven's Hollow

2022

Thriller

28
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 313

supernatural gothic horror edgar allen poe

Plot summary


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Top cast

Melanie Zanetti as Charlotte Ingram
William Moseley as Edgar Allan Poe
David Hayman as Dr Garrett
Kate Dickie as Elizabet Ingram
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904.93 MB
1280*694
English 2.0
NR
24 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 140 / 815
1.64 GB
1920*1040
English 2.0
NR
24 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 109 / 1,271

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Taske95 7 / 10

A film that promised a lot, but did not meet all expectations

A very atmospheric film, made in true Gothic style, which will draw you into its story and separate you from our world. The film is surrounded by a wave of mystery, from the very beginning you feel that something is not right, but what is that something, who is Raven or what is Raven? Watch the film to find out, otherwise the film effects are excellent and the acting is top notch.

What I didn't like about the movie was the last 20 minutes, and that's why I didn't give it a 10/10. Those 20 minutes are somehow rushed, illogical, you simply get the impression that the film should not have gone in that direction.

However, due to the positive things listed above, I think it is worth watching and that the film has its own artistic connotation. My recommendation.

Reviewed by mclarhe 5 / 10

Sadly doesn't live up tp potential.

I wanted to like this very badly. I love 1800 New England and autumnal settings and gothic horror. The whole setting and aesthetic was right up my alley. Unfortunately, this movie did not live up to my hopes.

The main problem, I'm sorry too say, is the acting. William Moseley is not up to the task of playing young Poe. I believe he's going for the whole 'stoic 1800s Northerner' thing, but he never drops this affect for a moment. He never seems scared or really terrribly affected by the goings on around him. The performance is overall much too flat. He can't carry off some of the flowery dialogue that is clearly inspired by Poe's writing. You never buy that the horrors in this movie turned this clean-cut cadet into a tortured gothic horror writer. He's just not Edgar Allan Poe.

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 5 / 10

Poe

Directed by Christopher Hatton, who co-wrote this with Chuck Reeves, Raven's Hollow is about five West Point cadets finding the body of a dying man in a town where no one seems to care and even worse, may take all of their lives. Also: one of them is Edgar Allan Poe (William Moseley, Peter from The Chronicles of Narnia series).

Between a demonic raven, a tell-tale heart and a man named Usher, this has tons of Poe references, as well as some good gore and a fun monster. I like the idea of Poe trying to solve this mystery, even if it feels a lot like Sleepy Hollow. The town of Raven's Hollow is a lot deadlier, however. There's a well shot opening of a girl being followed through the woods by an entity, an awesome scare when the dead body awakens to say the word "Raven" and even a little bit of doomed romance.

The real Poe disliked being in the army so much that he got himself court-martialed.

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