Strong perfs from the two "exes" save this indie from a surfeit of self-deprecating charm. Femme interest seems likely to be inadequate to propel the pic beyond its Nov. 28 limited release.
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Positing that Poe spent the last five days of his life in 1849 helping the police to hunt down a serial killer in Baltimore, "The Raven" is a squawking, silly picture that never takes flight.
Cult U.S. helmer Amos Poe's new film will unspool at next week's Venice film festival, it was announced on Tuesday.
A CD and DVD of the musical "Poe," from Alan Parsons Project songwriter Eric Woolfson, will be released next month as part of a push to drum up interest in a U.S. staging of the tuner.
Poe! Poe! (Theatre Geo; 99 seats; $ 15 top) Pearl Prods. presents a play in two acts by Willard Simms and Glenn M. Benest. Directed by Steven Benson. Lighting, Matthew Rauchberg; costumes, Cathy…