Worried about whether the 'Evil Dead' remake can possibly live up to the original? Well, we've got good news for you: 'Evil Dead' received an NC-17 rating from the MPAA. Are you happy now?
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After mistakenly reading from the Book of the Dead, a group of friends vacationing in the woods unleash demons that possess and kill them off.
One of the worst parts of modern horror movies is the use (and overuse) of CGI blood and CGI fire and, well, CGI everything. But you'll get none of that in the new 'Evil Dead' remake. NONE of it.
It's hard to be a film fan and not love Sam Raimi's 1981 horror movie 'The Evil Dead.' Not only did it kick off the career of one of the great geeks heroes of cinema, it's one of those scrappy no-budget classics that gets over because of the sheer willpower of the director and the ethos that any character can die at any time. It seems like an untouchable classic. But watching the red band trailer for Fede Alvarez's remake 'Evil Dead?' We're sold on this remake.
We're getting excited for the remake of 'Evil Dead' around here -- the first trailer was intense and more brutal than we expected, and this stylish new poster hits our sweet spot, but can the film live up to the promise made on the poster?
To get in the mood for tonight's spooky activities. 'Evil Dead' - the remake of 1981's horror classic 'The Evil Dead' - has shown us its re-imagining of the book and cover of Necronomicon ex Mortis. Though it may not be as well known as Jason's hockey mask, or Freddy's knife-glove, it's definitely one of the most memorable props in horror history.
The 'Evil Dead' trailer is finally here! Fans of the upcoming film who attended New York Comic Con this year already got a taste of it during the 'Evil Dead' panel. And technically so did we, as this footage was leaked online thanks to one audience member's illegal video recording shenanigans. Keeping in mind that that version got pulled from the web, here's the official, higher-quality 'Evil Dead' trailer.
The first look at the impending remake of 'Evil Dead' has emerged from NYCC and for the long-suffering fans of this beloved horror franchise, it's bound to look a little familiar.
A few months ago, Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego was packed with comic book nerds, cosplayers, TV and movie fanatics, and members of the press, all of whom were bustling from location to location trying to see as many events and panels as possible. Though we aimed to give you the best possible recaps of everything that happened during the private panels for 'The Walking Dead,' 'Game of Thrones,' Marvel Studios and the like, it sure would have made our jobs a lot easier to watch them streaming live from our laptops. That's something New York Comic-Con is trying to do better this year.
The CW's 'Melrose Place' actress Jessica Lucas moves herself away from the comfortable confines of dramatic television and walks right into the path of horror as The Hollywood Reporter states that she's looking to be part of the cast for the 'Evil Dead' remake. If she does sign up, she'll be nestled up in the cast alongside Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez and Lou Taylor Pucci. Ghost House Pictures and FilmDistrict are behind the project, set to be directed by Fede Alvarez,with Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell and Rob Tapert on board as producers.