If you're like me and Christopher Walken's voice affects you like a deer in headlights, you'll want to hear his recitation of Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven." Or maybe you should avoid it. I'm not sure if being paralyzed by Walken's broken, authoritative delivery is a good thing or not. I'm used to hearing this poem read with a certain amount of trepidation, but when Walken reads it I get the feeling that the narrator himself might snap at any moment and strangle me. I'll bet he'd make Green Eggs and Ham the dark tale of horror and uncertainty it truly is.