One of the biggest stories to come out of this past Comic-Con was the announcement that Sony Screen Gems and Sam Raimi are preparing a feature film adaptation of Naughty Dog's The Last of Us. Recently writer and creative director Neil Druckmann shed more light on the film's direction.
During Comic-Con news broke that an "Evil Dead" TV show was on its way starring none other than Bruce Campbell. Recently AITH caught up with remake star Jane Levy to ask about the sequel to the remake, and things don't sound good at all.
We told you during our continuing coverage of the San Diego Comic-Con that Ivan and Sam Raimi are working on developing an "Evil Dead" TV series and that franchise star Bruce Campbell would be involved somehow.
Considering that NBC's "Hannibal" is currently home to some of the most graphic violence imaginable, it's not surprising to see other splatter-y franchises making a dash for the small screen. The latest? Why, none other than "Evil Dead."
Some of the coolest news coming out of this year's Comic-Con is word that Sony Screen Gems and Sam Raimi are preparing a feature film adaptation of Naughty Dog's The Last of Us. Read on to hear all about this bad boy!
Long before Spider-Man got rebooted and any wolves got punched in The Grey, Sam Raimi and Liam Neeson collaborated on a superhero flick with a Gothic love story that was a hit with both audiences and critics.
Just when you think you've seen every single piece of promotional artwork from The Evil Dead series, something new rears its head like Cheryl trapped below the chained basement door.
From his modest start in that ramshackle cabin in the woods what must seem like a lifetime ago, Sam Raimi has become one of the more versatile and beloved directors in Hollywood. With Scream Factory's Blu-ray release of Darkman today, we bring you our Top 9 Sam Raimi Films - Horror and Otherwise.
Long before shootin' web with Spiderman, Sam Raimi made Darkman, a superhero flick that was fully his own. Scream Factory kicks off 2014 in style with one of their famous Collector's Edition Blu-ray releases of the 1990 film, and you'll find all the info here!
And the barrage of AFM news keeps rolling in even though it's still technically the evening before the show. Next out of the gate is word regarding three projects Exclusive Media will be shopping at this year's big dance.
I love a good old fashioned tale of cursed movie sets. The Omen, Rosemary's Baby, and of course Poltergeist are well known for having unexplained mishaps befall the cast and the crew. Coincidence or not, "The Following"'s Kyle Catlett ain't 'fraid of no ghosts.
The Scream Factory is at it again. This time they have us drooling over the new artwork for the Sam Raimi 1990 classic Darkman. No release date or specs have been revealed yet, but you can expect this one some time in December.
Some really interesting casting news is coming in for the proposed remake of the classic 80s horror flick Poltergeist. The Wrap is reporting that Sam Rockwell is in early talks to star opposite Rosemarie DeWitt in MGM and Fox 2000's reboot.
The folks behind the long talked about Poltergeist remake have found their star in Rosemarie DeWitt (“Mad Men,” “United States of Tara”). Read on for more details, and now that casting is under way, look for more REALLY soon!