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.
Many of us have been possessed by hunger, but it’s seldom that we’re possessed by the actual food we’re eating. That’s probably going to change when you make this Necronomicon Ex-Mortis pizza.
The electro-house music phenomenon chats with FEARnet about the spooky album series “Monsters of Drumstep,” his love of all things horror, and tons more!
So we all pretty much know the basic slasher film tropes that earn a horror character the 'final girl' title, right? For those of you at the back who fell asleep during your last film theory lesson; it's pretty much as it sounds – the last character left after the dust, blood and all kinds of unspeakable carnage has finally settled. She's the one that demonstrates exceptional perseverance in the face of abject terror and most importantly, the one who subdues the maniac once and for all -or until the next sequel at least.
Despite the fact that Jane Levy claimed to hate filming Evil Dead, she is back for more horror. THR reports that she has signed on to the horror thriller, In a Dark Place. The Crow: Salvation’s Bharat Nalluri will direct.
Bruce Campbell tweeted the news, Evil Dead is moving up one week in theaters.
Video Nasty is a term coined in the United Kingdom in 1982, describing films that were criticized by the press and religious groups for their violent content.