Sony made a trilogy of Spider-Man movies directed by Sam Raimi and starring Toby Mcguire. That series of films ended with Spider-Man 3, which featured the very first live-action version of Venom played by Topher Grace. The movie was so bad that it killed the Raimi/Spider-Man universe entirely. A year or so later Sony rebooted Spider-Man, with The Amazing […]
Released 30 years ago today, Evil Dead II is still the funniest horror movie ever made, as well as one of the greatest horror sequels. Far more than the first Evil Dead movie, it launched the careers of director Sam Raimi and star Bruce Campbell, and it has influenced countless splat-stick films that matched gore an… Read more...
Today we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Evil Dead 2. As most are aware, the Evil Dead franchise actually began in the late ’70s. The Evil Dead was of course released in ’81, but its origins date back to a ’78 short titled Within the Woods. Directed by Sam Raimi and starring Bruce Campbell, the […]
Mehdi (a.k.a. “DrMachakil“) has created an amusing mashup parody of Sam Raimi‘s live-action Spider-Man films and Zack Snyder‘s Superman movies that features J. Jonah Jameson (J. K. Simmons) running Metropolis‘ Daily Planet newspaper with an iron fist. via io9 Related Laughing Squid PostsA Spider-Man Parody of a Heated Scene From the Film ‘Whiplash’ Created Using […]
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Any time there's news on the Sam Raimi front, I sit up and take notice. Raimi has given use horror fans many gifts disguised as movies over the years, such as EVIL DEAD 2 and DRAG ME TO HELL), that he gets a pass for every OZ: THE...Show More Summary
According to Variety, Sam Raimi is “in talks” to “possibly direct” an untitled mystery thriller about the Bermuda Triangle, a mysterious patch of ocean in the Caribbean where regular ship and airplane disappearances are thrillingly embellished or fabricated. Show More Summary
Sam Raimi has signed on to direct a new Bermuda Triangle thriller, which is one of three competing projects at different studios.
Sam Raimi has never been afraid to venture into weird territory, whether it’s a medieval England overrun by Deadites in Army of Darkness or the Land of Oz in Oz: The Great and Powerful. But for his next project, he’ll go exploring a little closer to home. Show More Summary
Be excited. Don’t even bother containing it. We reported way back in the summer of 2015 that Skydance Productions was developing a film based on the creepy Bermuda Triangle, the legendary and mysterious Caribbean area where planes and ships inexplicably have gone missing. Ready for an incredibly awesome update? THR is reporting today that Sam […]
Just the fact that it’s one of three projects tackling the same idea already suggests a problem. But there are a lot more warning signs that maybe, maybe, this isn’t the best project for Sam Raimi to be tackling. Read more...
There's probably aliens or sea monsters or Atlantis in it or something. Read more...
The other two Bermuda Triangle projects are being set up by Universal and Warner Bros. The post Sam Raimi Ventures Into the Bermuda Triangle appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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As part of Sundance’s growing inclusion of television, the Midnight Episodics series showcased the first season of the digital series Snatchers. This horror-comedy is a total hoot and has fun with absurd gore and body horror. Right away Snatchers looks more cinematic than some feature films, and certainly a lot of television, let alone digital […]
We already have “Ash vs Evil Dead”, which makes IFC’s god awful “Stan Against Evil” even worse. I was pretty damn excited for the show, which looked inspired by Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead saga with the hilarious John C. McGinley front and center. Only, “Stan Against Evil” carried a few chuckles, played more like a bad webseries, […]
The first season of Ash vs Evil Dead was nonstop insane mayhem, continuing a story that began 35 years ago in the most rewarding way possible. How could the second season possibly top that? Sam Raimi had the answer. Raise the stakes, allow certain characters to evolve and make everything at least 10 times gorier. More »
The first season of Ash vs Evil Dead was nonstop insane mayhem, continuing a story that began 35 years ago in the most rewarding way possible. How could the second season possibly top that? Sam Raimi had the answer: raise the stakes, allow certain characters to evolve, and make everything at least 10 times gorier. Read more...
All these years later, the fun continues in “Ash vs. Evil Dead.” It all started back in 1977. In The Hills Have Eyes, a torn Jaws poster was seen in the Carter family’s camper, and many took it as Wes Craven essentially saying that his movie was much scarier than anything on display in Spielberg’s […]
Last night Starz aired the best episode of “Ash vs Evil Dead” yet, and if you haven’t watched it I would refrain from continuing on with this article. In short, “Ash vs Evil Dead” became a full blown prequel to Sam Raimi’s first two Evil Dead films; setting the stage for the finale, Ash (Bruce […]