Friday, January 25, 2013

Queen of the Damned

2002 Vampire Horror Film

Director: Michael Rymer

Writer: Scott Abbott & Michael Petroni

Cinematography: Ian Baker

Running time: 101 minutes

Country: United States & Australia

Tagline: The Mother of All Vampires

Aaliyah as Queen Akasha
Stuart Townsend as Lestat de Lioncourt
Marguerite Moreau as Jesse Reeves
Richael Tanner as young Jesse
Vincent Perez as Marius de Romanus
Paul McGann as David Talbot
Lena Olin as Maharet
Christian Manon as Mael
Claudia Black as Pandora
Bruce Spence as Khayman
Matthew Newton as Armand
Tiriel Mora as Roger
Megan Dorman as Maudy
Johnathan Devoy as James
Robert Farnham as Alex
Conrad Standish as T.C
Andrew L. Urban as Himself
Jonathan Davis as Ticket scalper

The vampire Lestat becomes a rock star whose music wakes up the queen of all vampires.

Awards: None

The singing voice of Lestat was supplied by Jonathan Davis of Korn. However due to contractual difficulties, Davis could not sing on the soundtrack album release. The five songs written by he and Richard Gibbs for the movie were then performed on the album by Marilyn Manson, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, David Draiman of Disturbed,Wayne Static of Static-X and Jay Gordon of Orgy. Davis was still allowed to play several instruments on the album. 



5 star out of 5 stars

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