Summer Shocks 1994: The Crow

Over the years, Stephen King has related an anecdote of how, in discussing The Shining, Stanley Kubrick expressed to King his belief that any story to imagine the existence of an afterlife must be considered optimistic; Kubrick's point being that to argue that there is any life beyond death is to embody a hopeful outlook. Seen from that perspective, the revenge fable The Crow, based on James O'Barr's cult comic book, ought to be judged as being more light than dark.

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