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Once upon a time, a group of college kids journeyed deep into the woods with a camera, a few bucks, a ton of fake blood and enough creativity and general filmmaking chutzpah to fill a dozen movies. The result was "The Evil Dead," a DIY horror masterpiece and cult phenomenon.
Director Sam Raimi's feature film debut has since spawned merchandise, costumes and even a stage musical over its 30-year legacy. Upon the release of the big-budget remake, itself affectionately titled "Evil Dead," here are some of the best — or should we say grooviest — "Evil Dead" tributes out there. Get More »
Sam Raimi has a lot of juice going on right now (that's a highly technical industry term meaning he can do just about any damn thing he wants) thanks to the success of "Oz the Great and Powerful" and the critical acclaim being lauded on the SXSW premiere of the new "Evil Dead" remake he produced.
So when word came out a couple weeks ago that he was thinking about doing "Evil Dead 4" everyone just nodded and played along even though having to different ongoing versions of the same franchise would be about the most confusing thing that ever happened.
But listen up, you primitive screwheads: According to Coming Soon, the script Raimi is working on isn't really "Evil Dead 4" — it's actually "Army of Darkness 2." Did we just blow your mind?! Get More »
Without a doubt, the most hotly anticipated movie presentation of New York Comic-Con was Sony's remake of "Evil Dead," which caused a geekquake of the highest magnitude. Helping to shift those tectonic plates under the Javits Center was none other than Bruce Campbell, the man, the legend who made horror movie history with buddy Sam Raimi 30-years ago. Get More »
It took a lot of begging and pleading from both producers and the public, but for whatever reason Johnny Depp saw it in his heart to return in one knockout scene in the new film version of "21 Jump Street," based on the hit Fox TV show that made him a star.
To put him in the ranks of some of the greatest movie cameos ever, we're counting down 35 surprise appearances in movies that pleased and shocked us -- and left us wanting more. Get More »
Shiloh Fernandez is about to get his soul swallowed, and not just by Hollywood. This time, it's evil.
The "Red Riding Hood" star has been tapped to play the protagonist in Fede Alvarez's remake of the 1981 horror classic "Evil Dead."
In the latest adaptation, penned and directed by Alvarez, the plot remains much the same – a bunch of kids decide to spend a idyllic vacation together in an isolated cabin in the woods, unwittingly unleash a bunch of demons, and wage an epic battle to keep their souls intact. Get More »
Somewhere in a cabin deep in the secluded woods there's a studio executive reading from the Necronomicon, awakening a long-dormant franchise so it can once again inhabit our world.
The reboot of Sam Raimi's cult series "The Evil Dead" is coming to swallow your soul, and the man at the center of it all, Bruce Campbell, a.k.a. Ash, is taking to Twitter letting fans know the skinny on the whole deal. Who wants some? Get More »
In the annals of Hollywood, there have been countless types of dead. "The Living Dead." "The Walking Dead." "The Quick and the Dead." But most of those titles leave something to the imagination -- sure, they're dead, but does that make them bad people?
There's one film, though, that cuts right through the ambiguity and tells it to you straight: "The Evil Dead."
And today Sam Raimi's classic horror film crawls out of the grave one more time for an all-new Blu-ray release sure to leave you huddling in fear and wondering if it's too late to change your vacation plans. Let's just say after you watch "The Evil Dead," that trip to your parents' cabin up in the woods isn't going to seem like such a great idea. Get More »