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Ravenous 1999

From Amazon: When was the last time you saw a new movie set during the 1840s? The era is the first oddball thing about Ravenous, though by no means the last. This provocatively weird movie is essentially a vampire film crossed with the Donner party, that unfortunate band of hungry pioneers who got stuck in the wilderness with only themselves to eat. The setting here is Fort Spencer, a dismal collection of shacks huddled in the snows of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Mid-winter, a nearly dead Scotsman (Robert Carlyle, from The Full Monty) staggers into camp with a story of desperate cannibalism. The skeleton crew (so to speak) manning the...

Directed By:
No image existsAntonia Bird
Written By:
No image existsTed Griffin
No image existsJohn Spencer
No image existsStephen Spinella
No image existsNeal McDonough
David ArquetteDavid Arquette
No image existsGuy Pearce
No image existsRobert Carlyle
No image existsJeremy Davies
No image existsJeffrey Jones

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Ravenous Movie Review by Zara (1/24/2007)

I'm not sure how to start this review. Is there anything clever to say before you launch into an explanation on why a movie about cannibalism is entertaining? Should I start with something like: "Gee, have you ever been ferociously hungry, so hungry that you look over at your best friend and think, 'he looks like some good...

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