I can't say I'm too thrilled about seeing an Evil Dead remake, but after today's bit of news I can guarantee I'll at least laugh my way through Federico Alvarez's upcoming re-imagining of Sam Raimi's classic.
If you've never seen Intruder and are indeed a fan of Eighties slasher flicks, then, boy, are you in for a treat as Synapse Films continues to build its library of cult classics on Blu-ray!
We have all been wondering just what in the world to expect from the upcoming remake of the Sam Raimi classic The Evil Dead, and today The Chin himself took to Twitter to clear up some speculation.
Bruce Campbell. Tom Atkins. “Face” himself, Robert Z’Dar. Yep, you know what it is! Everyone’s favourite seeker of vengeance, the ruthless Matt Cordell, will soon be dispensing his own brand of justice on the UK in glorious high definition courtesy of the esteemed folk at Arrow Video.
A few days ago we told you that we're getting another Blu-ray of Sam Raimi's classic Evil Dead 2. This is necessary. For whatever reason, Anchor Bay's high definition release from a few years back was a true disaster.
Can't get enough Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn? Already own 75 copies on 8-track, Cassette, LP, Beta, VHS, VCD, Laserdisc, DVD, Blu-ray, and Viewmaster? Well then, you need to get your hands on at least one more!
A week or so ago we broke the biggest story of the year, one that let you guys know that the long gestating remake of Evil Dead was indeed a go. The next day a director was announced ... Federico Alvarez. Recently the filmmaker spoke a bit about the project.
San Diego Comic Con 2011: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Bringing Thrills, Chills and The Force!
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has something for everyone at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Along with previously announced signings and panels with numerous fan favorites, Fox will bring additional fun to the Downtown area including an outstanding line-up of Blu-ray and DVD releases featuring blood, bunnies, babes, and even Bruce Campbell.
Bottom line? My Name is Bruce was a steaming turd. Even The Chin himself knows it. Recently New York Magazine's Vulture caught up with Bruce Campbell to talk about lots of things, including the status of a possible sequel.
The debate still rages to this day among horror fans whether Evil Dead II is better than its predecessor, Evil Dead, but no one can deny the sequel/remake is a hilarious, sophisticated slapstick send-up of the terror genre.
Zombies. I love ‘em. You love ‘em. From the looks of most media, everybody loves ‘em.
It’s a film that needs absolutely no introduction and the first of a series of movies that have each been given a staggering number of releases on home formats. Now, if you want to experience Sam Raimi’s classic The Evil Dead in high definition, then JOIN US, and get your entry in to win one of three copies of the brand new Blu-ray courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment!
It's been nearly nine months since last we spoke about the Chin's follow-up to My Name is Bruce, but finally the man himself has done a little bit of blathering and of course our ever-so-vigilant ears are here to pick up the chatter for you!