Man even Uwe Boll can get his Alone in the Dark released and yet Dimension is still holding onto Lance Mungia’s fourth ‘Crow’ film entitled The Crow: Wicked Prayer. Both films will give us the company of the new big breasted Tara Reid (with damage of course) and both films are expected to suck- can we expect her annoying career to finally be over? Anyways, enough of my own personal feelings for little miss party girl, read on to see what she had to say about ‘Wicked Prayer,’ which still doesn’t have a release date…
“Tara Reid, who co-stars in the upcoming supernatural film The Crow: Wicked Prayer, told SCI FI Wire that she’s completed work on the film. “That is the prequel to The Crow,” she said in an interview while promoting her latest film, Alone in the Dark. “It’s kind of crazy. It’s about coal miners and Indians and how the coal miners were taking over the land, and it gives you the story of how the Crow started.”
Ex-Angel star David Boreanaz heads the cast as Luc Crash, leader of a group of Satanic bikers called the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Reid plays his love interest, Lola, who helps Crash kill an ex-con named Jimmy Cuervo (Edward Furlong) and his girlfriend, Lily (Emmanuelle Chriqui). Soon after, however, Jimmy returns to the dead as the Crow, an avenging spirit.
“Eddie’s girlfriend has these powerful eyes, and we need to take her eyes” in order to complete a ritual that will transform Crash into an immortal demon, Reid said. “It’s kind of a crazy story, but it’s really cool-looking, with weird, really out-there, in-the-middle-of-nowhere people. It’s very cultish, with a lot of people into very evil, dark witchcraft. And you’ve got the Indians with the peyote. It’s a wild film. You’re like, ‘What is this?'” The Crow: Wicked Prayer will wing into theaters later this year.”