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In European folklore, a revenant is a corpse that has returned from the grave to terrorize the living.
Revenant or variations thereof may also refer to:
In film and television:
- Le revenant, a 1903 film by Georges Méliès
- Le revenant, also known as A Lover's Return, a 1946 French drama
- Les Revenants, also known as They Came Back, a 2004 French zombie film
- The Revenant (2009 film), a 2009 horror comedy
- Les Revenants, also known as The Returned, a French drama series which debuted in 2012
- The Revenant (2015 film), an upcoming film by Alejandro González Iñárritu
- Revenant Records, a record label set up by John Fahey
- Les Revenants (album), a soundtrack album for the TV series by Scottish post-rock band Mogwai
- Les Revenants EP, an EP of soundtrack songs by Mogwai, also from the TV series
- French corvette Revenant, an Age of Sail privateer
- Revenant Mountain, Alberta, Canada
- Revenant (video game), a 1999 game
- The Revenant (comics), published in various forms from 2001 to 2008
- Revenant (Buffy novel), based on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- The Revenants, a 2012 Doctor Who audio drama
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