Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi and the cast of Starz’s Ash vs Evil Dead surprised New York Comic Con with a screening of the premiere episode. And yes, it’s groovy.
Ash won’t be the only one fighting Deadites on Starz’ new TV show.
The sequel to the remake looks like it faced its last chainsaw.
The Deadites may soon be invading the small screen, according to writer Sam Raimi.
The buzzed-about remake scored its NC-17, and has opted to re-cut to an R. That may seem disappointing for gorehounds like me, but this does not shake my trust in the folks behind this movie.
Evil Dead continues to sell the high concept idea that remakes do NOT have to suck.
Here’s our first good look at the younger, but equally green, Wicked Witch of the West from Sam Raimi’s Wizard of Oz prequel.
YES, this Evil Dead poster– if I could give you a high five, I would!
Sam Raimi’s Wizard of Oz prequel gets a new trailer that shows some promise.
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.
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…
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.
It’s been 20 years since Army of Darkness was released, closing out the Evil Dead trilogy, a series of films that practically defined cult classics. While there’s no immediate plans for our hapless hero Ash making a return, Bruce Campbell talked at New York Comic Con about why he thinks now is the perfect time…
Sam Raimi was at Comic Con to talk about his upcoming Disney film Oz the Great and Powerful, along with stars Mila Kunis and Michelle Williams. Oz was one of the more mysterious upcoming movies coming to Comic Con, and Raimi shed some light on the film being released next year.
Disney releases the painterly teaser poster for Sam Raimi’s upcoming Wizard of Oz prequel.