We knew it wouldn't be long until some sneaky fan found a way to bootleg the trailer shown at the New York Comic Con for the highly anticipated remake of the Sam Raimi classic Evil Dead. Watch it while you can!
If you were one of the folks who couldn't make it to this past weekend's New York Comic Con and missed the live stream of the Evil Dead panel, you're probably kicking yourself. Well, stop it! We've got it for you right here! Dig it!
Okay, my fellow Deadites. On tap right now is the first official still and the footage description from the New York Comic Con Evil Dead panel thanks to our own Nomad! Read on to find out what was shown and glimpse your first demon in high resolution!
Friends. There are TONS of them on Facebook just waiting to be "liked", and the Candarian demons know this all too well. I mean, it is the 21st Century, isn't it? Dare you befriend the ultimate experience in grueling social media terror!
Remember a couple of years ago when the putrid Final Destination 4 took on the ridiculous Halloween 2? Well, hunker down, kids, as another horror-themed battle royal is brewing for next April. Read on for details.
With the New York Comic Con getting ready to hit its stride, a new bit of banner artwork for the remake of Sam Raimi's classic film The Evil Dead showed up there, and as per usual we have a look at it right here for you.
A couple of enterprising individuals decided to take their cameras aboard Knott's Scary Farm's Evil Dead Log Ride, and as per usual uploaded the videos to YouTube. Check them out right here. Having been on the ride, I can tell you first-hand it was a LOT of fun!
Horror activities at the upcoming New York Comic Con just got ramped up to the nth degree with the announcement that Sony Pictures will be debuting exclusive first looks of the Carrie and Evil Dead remakes during the event.
The official plot crunch for the remake of Sam Raimi's classic film The Evil Dead is here, and, well, it's exactly what you'd expect. Read on for the details, and cross your fingers that this thing turns out all right. Dig it!
So, about those guys from Awards Pictures who were gonna do a sequel to Sam Raimi's Evil Dead but were promptly bitch-slapped back into their place... they're friggin' crazy. Read on for additional details concerning their failed film and more!
A while back we told you about Sam Raimi being involved in a legal battle over the rights to make Evil Dead 4. You see, another outfit wanted to make its own sequel without Raimi's input or blessing, and as you could imagine, that didn't sit well.
Sam Raimi's classic film The Evil Dead is known for many things. Especially how damned bloody it was. With the remake looming, everyone's wondering just what kind of violence we're in store for. Well, Raimi himself has one hell of an answer for you.
When remaking someone's work, it's important to revere what's come before it by honoring the source material. If you've done it right, the principals involved will likely give your version their blessing. That's exactly what's happened with Bruce Campbell and the Evil Dead remake.
The badass haunted Halloween attraction known as Knott's Scary Farm is about to give us some sugar, baby! It sounds as if the Deadites will be out in full force this year, and we couldn't be more tickled!
You just have to appreciate the enthusiasm of horror fans. What's supposed to be a "bootlegged from a video monitor" trailer for the Evil Dead remake has hit YouTube, and even though it's completely fake, it's pretty friggin' cool.