Everyone knows remakes can be a bad idea, but the creators of the new Evil Dead believe they have side-stepped the pitfalls of lousy reboots, to come up with a new story worth telling.
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Just in time for Halloween, the good people at Mezco have released an absolutely stunning figure based on Frankenstein’s iconic monster. Although they went with a stylized and unique take on the beloved character, the monster retains all the classic charm that makes his design so timeless and wonderful.
Axe Cop, the most kick-ass web comic in pretty much forever, is getting an animated series on Fox next Summer, and the Halloween clip they just released reveals the PERFECT voice for our axe-wielding hero.
Disney has purchased LucasFilm from George Lucas for a price tag just as high as their $4 billion Marvel purchase. We know how that worked out, but can the House of Mouse rescue the stone that is Star Wars from its blood-drawn fate?
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One of the things most fans recall about the original Evil Dead series is the campy, goofy attitude that developed throughout the series. Sure, there was generous portions of gore, but Raimi was equally inspired by Three Stooges-style slapstick. But don’t expect many laughs in the new Evil Dead; the remake is side-stepping the silliness of the later films, for a more straightforward scare-fest like the original.
Welcome to Woodbury, population 72…soon to be 73….or maybe 75 if you don’t count the undead members of the town. Continue reading “TV Korner: The Walking Dead 3.3 – “Walk With Me”” »
Jane Levy, the new star of Evil Dead, is a newcomer to horror– as an actor and as a fan– and she takes an entirely different approach to making the new protagonist, Mia, a unique character.
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