Queen Of The Damned
Warner Bros. (2002)
Horror, Music, Fantasy
In Collection
#274
0*
DVD
101 mins
IMDB 4.6

Stuart Townsend Lestat
Aaliyah Queen Akasha
Claudia Black Pandora
Marguerite Moreau Jesse Reeves
Christian Manon Mael
Paul McGann David Talbot
Matthew Newton Armand
Lena Olin Maharet
Vincent Perez Marius
Bruce Spence Khayman

Director Michael Rymer
Producer Bruce Berman
Jorge Saralegui
Su Armstrong
Writer Michael Petroni
Anne Rice
Scott Abbott
Cinematography Ian Baker
Musician Richard Gibbs

Adapted from Anne Rice's novel of the same name, Queen of the Damned does not follow book events with astonishing faithfulness. Vampire hero Lestat (Stuart Townsend) renews his quest for attention after a centuries-long sleep. Becoming a rock star is almost as good as becoming a god for Lestat, his vampire shtick gathers him a steady supply of unsuspecting Goth-girls for food, but the attention he draws towards the real vampire underground annoys the oldest and most powerful vampire, Queen Akasha (Aaliyah). Problems abound regarding the elimination of individuals already undead, the power politics of drinking other vampires' blood, and the difficulty of being infatuated with the narcisstic vicious unliving.

Edition Details
Audience Rating R (Restricted)
Country USA
Language English
Distributor Warner Home Video
Edition Special Edition
Barcode 085392330423
Region Region 1
Chapters 27
Release Date 8/27/2002
Packaging Snap Case
Screen Ratio Theatrical Widescreen (2.35:1)
Subtitles English; French; Spanish; English (Closed Captioned)
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
Dolby Digital 5.1 [French]
Dolby Surround [English]
Dolby Digital Surround [English]
Commentary [English]
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

Features
Closed Captioned Commentary Deleted/Extended Scenes "The Making of..." Featurette(s) Music Videos Production Notes Scene Access Theatrical Trailer(s) Gag Reel, Stills
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Purchase Price $14.96
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