So the Sam Raimi classic Evil Dead finally got its inevitable remake, and surprisingly it got decent reviews, and more than decent box office. But there’s always been the possibility Sam and the gang could make one more authentic Evil Dead movie, and he’s certainly got the box office clout to make it happen.
We’ve repeated this before many times on TG, but it bears repeating again…we intensely dislike the endless parade of horror remakes.
Next month the remake of one of the most beloved horror films in history, Evil Dead, is slated to hit theaters across the country.
If you’re a horror fan, you’re probably well aware there’s a reboot of Evil Dead coming on April 5, 2013.
Tristar recently released the first trailer for its upcoming horror remake.
While Evil Dead isn't exactly zombie related, it is certainly one of the most notable horror film franchises.
With so many remakes and reboots in the works, one that's been met with a lot of skepticism, especially among horror fans, is the remake of Evil Dead.
Sam Raimi has reportedly hired all the actors for the principle cast of his Evil Dead remake.
As most of you in geekville probably know by now, a reboot, reimagining, or whatever you want to call it of Evil Dead is slowly taking shape.
We recently reported that the lead role in the Evil Dead remake had been filled. The protagonist for the new version of the classic film is female, a rather interesting change from the original script.
Many fans are railing against Sam Rami and Bruce Campbell’s decision to remake the classic Evil Dead which they teamed up for nearly thirty years ago.
One detail of the upcoming Evil Dead film that has fans scratching their collective heads is the salient absence of Ash, the protagonist of the original film.
It's been close to twenty years since Sam Raimi's made an Evil Dead movie, and horror fans have wanted a new Dead installment for a long time now.