It was only a decade ago that Spider-Man was finally made into a movie after taking forever to untangle a Gordian Knot (or web) of rights.
Being a big horror fan myself, I love the classics just as they are, and wish somebody in Hollywood would get to work on doing something original.
Sam Raimi has reportedly hired all the actors for the principle cast of his Evil Dead remake.
It’s pretty clear that some Spider-Man fans have wanted to see Peter Parker spar with his arch nemesis, Venom, for the longest time. Apparently, Hollywood actually agrees.
The Day of the Triffids was both a classic sci-fi novel and movie that dealt with killer plants, or at least what seemed to resemble killer plants from outer space.
It’s been over a year since Sam Raimi, the famous creator of the Evil Dead franchise, purchased the film rights to The Day of the Triffids.
The reboot of one of the most beloved franchises in horror, Evil Dead, is poised to kick off production over the next few months.
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.
When the rights for Spider-Man finally untangled, many top directors were considered for the gig, including David Fincher, who was also up for a Batman movie after the franchise collapsed with Batman and Robin.
Film preservation isn't just for classic mainstream movies like Ben Hur and Vertigo.
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.