Catch the explosive hit that thrilled movie-goers and critics everywhere! Brandon Lee (Rapid Fire) plays Eric Draven, a young rock guitarist who, along with his fiancee, is brutally killed by a ruthless gang of criminals. Exactly one year after his death, Eric returns- watched over by a hypnotic crow, to seek revenge, battling the evil crime lord and his band of thugs, who must answer for their crimes.

  • 1 hr 42 minRHDSD
  • May 11, 1994
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  • BRANDON LEEActor

  • Ernie HudsonActor

    As a child growing up in Benton Harbor, Michigan, Ernie Hudson wrote short stories, poems and songs, always thinking that his words might one day come to life on stage. After a short stint in the Marine Corps, he moved to Detroit where he became the resident playwright at Concept East, the oldest black theatre in the country. In addition, he enrolled at Wayne State University to further develop his writing and acting skills and found time to establish the Actors' Emsemble Theatre, where he and other talented young black writers directed and appeared in their own works. After graduating with a B.A. from Wayne State, he was rewarded a full scholarship to the M.F.A. program at the prestigious Yale School of Drama. While performing with the school's repertory company, he was asked to appear in the Los Angeles production of Lonne Elder III's musical "Daddy Goodness," which led to his meeting Gordon Parks, who gave Hudson the costarring role in his first feature film, Leadbelly (1976). Unfortunately, all that followed "Leadbelly" was a year of "bit parts and some harsh lessons about Hollywood," which led Hudson to enroll in another academic doctorate program at the University of Minnesota. He did not complete the program. Through his experience, he learned another vital lesson: "There are those who spend their lives studying it and those who spend their lives doing it." Hudson definitely wanted to be in the second group. Keeping in mind this self-revelation, Hudson accepted the starring role of Jack Jefferson in the Minneapolis Theatre In The Round's production of "The Great White Hope," a role that he put "everything he had into," including shaving his head. A series of starring and guest roles followed on such television shows as Fantasy Island (1977), The Incredible Hulk (1977), Little House on the Prairie (1974), Diff'rent Strokes (1978), Taxi (1978), One Day at a Time (1975), Gimme a Break! (1981), The A-Team (1983) and Webster (1983), as well as costarring roles in the TV movies White Mama (1980) with Bette Davis, Roots: The Next Generations (1979), Women of San Quentin (1983), California Girls (1985), Mad Bull (1977) and Love on the Run (1985). Other feature film credits include The Jazz Singer (1980), The Main Event (1979), Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (1983), Penitentiary II (1982), Going Berserk (1983), Joy of Sex (1984) and, of course, the mega-hit Ghostbusters (1984).
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  • Michael WincottActor

    Over more than thirty years, Michael Wincott has gained the reputation of a respected and uncompromising actor. Born in Scarborough, Ontario, he eventually moved to New York City where he graduated from Juilliard in 1986 and began a relationship with Joseph Papp's Public Theatre beginning with his creation of the role of Kent in Eric Bogosian's Talk Radio. (He reprised the role for Oliver Stone's Talk Radio). He last appeared onstage in New York opposite John Malkovich in Sam Shepard's States of Shock originating the role of Stubbs. He has worked with some of cinema's most gifted contributors including Julian Schnabel, Sean Penn, Gary Oldman, Jim Jarmusch, Robert De Niro, Gérard Depardieu, Benicio Del Toro and Javier Bardem. He wants to do a film with Isabelle Huppert in Paris. Then perhaps live there.
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  • SOFIA SHINASActor

  • TONY TODDActor

  • LAURENCE MASONActor

    Laurence Mason, is an American actor born in the Bronx, NYC to hard working Caribbean couple who wanted more for their son. He made his break into the world of the arts at age 10 after being recruited by The First All Children's Theatre. By his early teens, Laurence's love for the arts flourished and he enrolled in the world-famous Performing Arts High School (Fame) in NYC. Attending high school with Jennifer Aniston, and later college with Parker Posey at State University of New York at Purchase. Post training, Laurence performed in a slew of productions at Evan Bergmans New Voice Theatre, The Harold Clurman Theatre and the Nuyerican Poets Café, including appearing in commercials, hip hop music videos, voice over work. In his first feature film, True Romance (under Tony Scott), Laurence was a supporting actor to Gary Oldman and Sam Jackson. Soon after, he landed a role in The Crow with the late Brandon Lee and Hackers along with rising star, Angelina Jolie. With his stage and cult-film status secured, Laurence ventured to the west coast to work on his mainstream craft with the likes of Micheal Mann, Steven Spielberg, Will Smith and Gene Hackman. His recurring role on The Shield & Prison Break has given Laurence fans worldwide. More recently Laurence received a warm response for his supporting role as "Earl" for The Lincoln lawyer along side Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey and is looking forward to his recurring role on Big Dogs series for Amazon Prime as well as his work on the still unreleased feature film City of Lies starring Johnny Depp. "My parents raised me to believe nothing is out of reach, they were right and I'm so grateful for them"- Laurence Mason
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