Awesome website Freddy in Space has collaborated with artist Frank Browning to re-imagine new movies with a vintage '80s style VHS box art feel.
Clothing isn’t the first thing you think of when thinking of Fede Alvarez’s Evil Dead. Rather, most of it seems to be there just to soak up the blood, brains, and gore that gets dumped all over the characters.
Check out this short, sharp shock from the upcoming remake.
Bruce Campbell discusses the rebirth of this classic franchise, the kind of planning it took, when he felt the original movie was truly a success, and even learned why a Deadite just might want to get an Evil Dead tattoo.
Despite all the shit talking, the unhappy and extremely-vocal original Evil Dead fans, and the general dismissal of Fede Alvarez’s reboot, the new Evil Dead is getting a ton of positive reviews from fans and critics alike.
Simply put, Evil Dead is stark, dark, exciting, and thoroughly grim -- and that's more than good enough.
Tonight it was put up or shut up time for Fede Alvarez's remake of the 1981 Sam Raimi classic Evil Dead as it made its premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival.
The folks behind this year's most buzz-heavy horror reboot have launched a new TV ad. Watch it now!
Sam Raimi went into some specifics about returning to the Evil Dead series for a fourth installment, and the pressure surrounding that project, with surprising honesty. It may not be exactly what fans want to hear but it does clarify a few things.
Yes, you read that right: Bruce Campbell will pay for your next tattoo. At least, that's what he promised on Twitter.