Sam Raimi

Witness the ‘Jolly Splatterfest’ of ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ in New Preview Trailers

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 days ago
Starz
Starz’s Halloween-tinged Ash Vs. Evil Dead gave us a refresher course on Sam Raimi’s horror mastery by the most recent trailer, but no harm ever came from investigating a little deeper, right Ash? Go behind the scenes of the “jolly splatterfest” that is Ash Vs. Evil Dead, chock full of new footage and all the boomstick you can handle.

‘Xena’ Reboot Seeks Writer, NBC Boss Might Want Lawless Back in the Role

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 13, 2015 @ 11:35 AM
Universal
Initial word of an NBC Xena reboot was met with skepticism from original star Lucy Lawless, only to turn around and confirm that the network had at least considered the idea. Now NBC brass says writing staff for the reboot have been courted, though Lucy Lawless’ actual involvement might require a surprising condition.

Modern ‘Xena’ Reboot in Development at NBC, Because NBC

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 20, 2015 @ 3:03 PM
Universal
You may have seen word strewn about recently that former Xena star Lucy Lawless had in mind to pitch a revival of the classic Warrior Princess drama, and NBC, being NBC, may have beaten her to it. A new report suggests NBC has begun development of a “modern” Xena reboot with a Hunger Games flair, and at least some of the original talent involved.

Sam Raimi Shares Support for Marvel’s ‘Spider-Man’ Reboot

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by Britt Hayes July 18, 2015 @ 12:20 PM
Sony
It’s still a bit strange that we’re getting a third Spider-Man franchise already — the second reboot in three years, and the second reboot since Sam Raimi kicked off the franchise with 2002's Spider-Man. Following Marvel and Sony’s highly-anticipated deal to collaborate on the new reboot of the character, Raimi himself is weighing in with his thoughts on the deal and his faith in the future of Spidey.

Starz’s ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ Hails to the King in First Groovy Trailer

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 10, 2015 @ 9:06 PM
Starz
We’d known it was coming, and Bruce Campbell teased us plenty, but nothing brings out Ash Vs. Evil Dead like a full-barrel boomstick and chainsaw trailer. See Ash reborn to fight a new wave of Deadites, and Hail to the King by the full promo, you groovy babies!

‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ Teases First Trailer Footage, New Necronomicon Photos

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 7, 2015 @ 12:52 AM
Starz
Starz’s Ash Vs. Evil Dead gave us a taste of groovy Bruce reprising his chainsaw-wielding icon, as will Friday’s Comic-Con 2015 panel Hail to the King by a full trailer, but why wait? Bruce Campbell himself has revealed the first footage of the new Sam Raimi series, while an inside look at the Necronomicon also previews the Deadites’ return.

Bruce Campbell Looks Pretty Groovy in First ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ Photo

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 1, 2015 @ 11:45 AM
Starz
Good ol’ groovy Bruce Campbell has remained as handsome as ever, but can the aging lothario still slip into the aging lothario role of Starz’s Ash Vs. Evil Dead? A resounding Hail to the King, as Ash returns to chainsaw-wielding form by the first photo of Starz’s new Deadite drama.

Comic-Con 2015: Starz Brings ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ and ‘Outlander’ to San Diego

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 11, 2015 @ 9:40 PM
Starz
Starz’s Outlander made a big splash at Comic-Con last year, but will Claire or Jamie be groovy enough to handle what big Bruce brings to the table? We’ll find out at Comic-Con 2015, as Starz takes both Outlander and Ash Vs. Evil Dead to the big show in San Diego. Oh yes, kings will be hailed, on either side.

‘Poltergeist’ Review: A Decent Remake Haunted By the Spirit of the Original

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by Matt Singer May 22, 2015 @ 9:22 AM
20th Century Fox
Everything that goes wrong in Poltergeist stems from an act of desecration; the building of a cookie-cutter housing development on top of an old cemetery. Some might find the sheer act of attempting a remake of Poltergeist similarly disrespectful; the 1982 original is something of a masterpiece of suburban terror. But if viewers can look past the sheer audacity of attempting another Poltergeist, they’ll find a solid modernization, the cinematic equivalent of a decent cover version of a great rock song. It’s totally superfluous, and not nearly as satisfying as the original, but well-performed and effective in its own way. It’s nice (or, in this case, deeply unsettling) to revisit an old classic in a new arrangement.