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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!
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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.
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!
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.
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.
So the first part of the trek to a new Evil Dead film is officially over. The film has wrapped, post-production is set to begin, and now all we have to do is wait patiently for the film Sam Raimi calls "intense, scary, and gut-wrenching."
MTV caught up with legendary director Sam Raimi at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and the always entertaining filmmaker had some really interesting things to say about the remake of his infamous 1981 film The Evil Dead. Read on!
Hope you cats are ready to become inundated with news from the San Diego Comic-Con. There's gonna be lots of stories and tons of eye candy headed your way starting with a new banner for the much talked about Evil Dead remake.
If this latest behind-the-scenes still from Fede Alvarez is any indication of things to come, the demons of his Evil Dead remake won't be spewing that weird milky white stuff they did in the Raimi version. Dig it!
Like it or not, it's happening. That's right, kids; the remake of Sam Raimi's classic Evil Dead has gone before cameras, and we have our fingers crossed for something cool and scary. Read on for details.
The woman who's assuming the Ash-like role in the remake of The Evil Dead, Jane Levy, recently sat down to talk about her character and more. Curious? Read on for what she had to say!