It seems like there are a handful of different projects in the works from various different studios about the mysterious Bermuda Triangle, one of which Sam Raimi became attached to earlier this year. We have no idea what the status of that one is, but we’ve just learned Universal is prepping their own. Via THR today, “Mr. […]
Evil Dead II is a genuine masterpiece, as grotesque as it is funny. These two sides of the movie have never felt like a mismatch—as America’s Funniest Home Videos, clear precursor to our Golden Age of Television, shows, grievous injuries are hilarious (no matter what anyone says). Show More Summary
Sam Raimi directed three Spider-Man movies and Marc Webb directed two Spider-Man movies, so it’s a bit of a tradition to let the guy who made one Spider-Man movie do at least one other Spider-Man movie—even if the first one wasn’t that great. Show More Summary
In episode 106, the Missfits take a look back at a simpler time in superhero movies with Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy! The post The Missfits Episode 106: Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, Dance Toby, Dance appeared first on Rogues Portal.
On the heels of their first collaboration to get a series order, Umbrella Academy at Netflix, Universal Cable Productions and Dark Horse Entertainment have renewed their first-look agreement to continue developing and producing scripted...Show More Summary
Because why the hell not, right? The 1980s kicked off with a bang thanks to, to name just two films, Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining (1980) and Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead (1981). One film proved that one of the most respected filmmakers in Hollywood could do horror as well as he could do everything else, […]
Footage from the original Green Goblin makeup tests have emerged for Sam Raimi's 2002 Spider-Man -- and it's creepy as hell. The post Spider-Man: Original Green Goblin Mask is the Stuff of Nightmares appeared first on CBR.
With the latest Spider-Man film now in theaters, we reflect on three major attempts to make a Spider-Man film before Sam Raimi's 2002 film came out. The post The Spider-Man Movies That Didn’t Happen appeared first on CBR.
Most people would agree Sam Raimi's Spider-Man movies are superior to Marc Webb's Spider-Man movies. The question then becomes, "Why?" Well, we found a video that does a very good job of explaining "Why?" More »
ScreenCrush shared this video to illustrate that small choices that make Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2 feel like "a careful character study disguised as an action-packed blockbuster" and Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man 2 feel more like "a Sony executive's checklist."
When a movie has the word "amazing" in the title, it comes with certain expectations. For The Amazing Spider-Man movies, however, they often failed to live up to their title. After Sam Raimi decided not to try to leave the franchise on a high note making Spider-Man 4, Sony and Columbia fast-tracked their plans to reboot Spider-Man. Show More Summary
Sam Raimi's beloved 2002 version of Spider-Man (that's right, we said beloved) starring Tobey Maguire is a PG-13, sometimes-goofy take on the web-slinging superhero. But could it have been something much, much darker? The screen test...Show More Summary
You can't keep a good curse down... Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Deadline is reporting that Sam Raimi's Ghost House has set a genre up and comer to write and direct a reboot of The Grudge. The honor goes to...Show More Summary
Nicolas Pesce has signed on to direct The Grudge reboot for producer Sam Raimi.
Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3, released in May of 2007, is one weird movie. It suffers from the curse of the "threequel", a film with potential that is overwhelmingly disappointing. In my previous editorial in this ongoing Spider-Man retrospective series, I talked about how Spider-Man 2 swings among some of the best sequels in cinema history. Show More Summary
Tobey Maguire gives an R-Rated auction for the original Spider-Man directed by Sam Raimi.
The young actors discuss similarities between their lives and the coming-of-age movie, and recall Sam Raimi’s SPIDER-MAN Read more...
My two favorite super hero films remain X-Men 2, Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 and The Avengers. For me those three films couldn’t be more different and represent the pinnacle of the Super-Hero genre. I’m not one of those blind “Marvel can do no wrong” fan girls. Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t a perfect film, but it’s damn … Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming Review! It Bugs Me! ?
“My Spidey Sense is tingling.” I remember hearing and reading that all the time as a kid. It goes without saying that it was a staple of the character, and when it made the hop to the big screen in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, there’s no way they couldn’t adapt that aspect of the character. Show More Summary
No, this isn’t the one with Sam Raimi in it. The ’80s may be the decade most synonymous with the slasher film, but the sub-genre truly began to take shape in the ’70s. Both Black Christmas and then Halloween undoubtedly paved the way for the slasher movement… but you’ve probably never seen another slasher film […]