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This Ash vs. Evil Dead featurette is all about Raimi's Delta 88 Oldsmobile

Sam Raimi fans will know that the director has included his car, the Delta 88 Oldsmobile Classic in every single one of his movies, from THE EVIL DEAD on. It may have taken a couple years (try a couple decades), but the car is getting a backstory in this featurette from Starz's Ash vs. Show More Summary

TV Club: Ash Vs. Evil Dead parties hard with Ted Raimi and Stephen King

The Evil Dead franchise has always honored the past. Way back in November 1979, when director Sam Raimi, producer Robert Tapert, and star Bruce Campbell trekked into the woods of Tennessee, they arrived at the remote cabin wearing a number of influences on their bloody, tattered sleeves: H.P. Show More Summary

The Unrated ‘Evil Dead’ to Swallow Your Soul This Halloween! (Exclusive)

When Sam Raimi was preparing to release his remake of The Evil Dead in theaters back in 2013, we analyzed the living crap out of it. Not only did we find clues leading us to believe that the Fede Alvarez-directed Evil Dead was secretly in-canon with Raimi’s trilogy, but we learned of multiple deleted scenes […]

The NSFW “Ash vs Evil Dead” Clip Everyone’s Talking About!

Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead films are a huge part of my horror lifeblood. Without them, I wouldn’t even be writing this article. And even though some of the originals have lost their muster (sorry, I don’t love Army of Darkness anymore), they’re truly special films that warm my cockles. While I really enjoy Fede Alvarez’s […]

C&L's Saturday Night Chiller Theater: Evil Dead (1981)

The man with the chainsaw paw and the "S-Mart" boomstick ("Shop smart. Shop S-Mart.") is back... come with us now to see where he learned his trade. "Evil Dead" gave Sam Raimi his start as a director, introduced the world to Bruce Campbell ("The Laurence Olivier of bad movies") and his mighty chin. Show More Summary

TV Review: Ash Vs. Evil Dead goes home with blood, sweat, and beers in season 2

Who would have thought Ash Vs. Evil Dead would actually be this good? When it was originally announced that director Sam Raimi, star Bruce Campbell, and producer Robert Tapert were returning to their legendary B-movie horror franchise, there was reason to believe the dark magic wouldn’t follow. Show More Summary

‘Do the Right Thing’s’ Bill Nunn (AKA Radio Raheem) Dies at 62

Bill Nunn, the actor known for playing the Love/Hate-wearing Radio Raheem in Spike Lee’s film Do the Right Thing has died at 62. Nunn is also known for his role as Robbie Robertson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy. The Lee collaborator worked with the director on He Got Game, School Daze, and Mo’ Better Blues. […]

Newswire: R.I.P. Do The Right Thing and Spider-Man’s Bill Nunn

Variety is reporting that Bill Nunn—who played Radio Raheem in Spike Lee’s pivotal 1989 drama Do The Right Thing, and editor Robbie Robertson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies—has died. A celebrated actor of television, stage, and screen, with more than 70 credits to his name, Nunn was 62. Show More Summary

DVD/Blu-ray Release Dates: SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2016

And just like that, summer's about done. Where in the name of Sam Raimi does the time go? Oh well, us horror hounds love the fall, so let's do a DVD/Blu-ray update for September and October! In September, we have box sets of both Tales...Show More Summary

Interview: Don’t Breathe’s Fede Alvarez on reversing our horror expectations

Uruguayan director Fede Alvarez faced both an amazing opportunity and an intimidating hurdle when he was hired to direct the remake of Sam Raimi’s horror classic The Evil Dead. Building on Raimi’s blood-soaked vision, Alvarez was able...Show More Summary

‘Don’t Breathe’ Inhales Cash On Thursday Night – Box Office

Sony’s Screen Gems/Stage 6’s R-rated horror film Don’t Breathe drew $1.875M from previews starting at 7PM. The film, marks the second collaboration between director Fede Alvarez and producer Sam Raimi following the remake of the latter’s Evil Dead back in 2013, is poised to sack Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad for the No. Show More Summary

Review: Alvarez's 'Don't Breathe' is Effective & Engrossing Exploitation

Don't Breathe, the second feature film from Uruguayan writer-director Fede Alvarez (of 2013's Evil Dead reboot) produced by legendary filmmaker Sam Raimi, is the depraved offspring of Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring and Wes Craven's The People Under the Stairs. Show More Summary

‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’ Creator Sam Raimi Talks ‘Army Of Darkness’ Sequel

Ash vs. Evil Dead is one of the best franchise reboots currently running, particularly for horror fans, and a big reason for that is that there are so many original creative talents connected with the series. Bruce Campbell, of course, has reprised his role as the legendary Ash Williams, but there are even greater Evil... Show More Summary

Fede Alvarez and Sam Raimi plumb new depths of horror in 'Don't Breathe'

Two small objects were stacked on a worktable in the East Hollywood office of filmmaker Fede Alvarez on a recent morning, one prop each from his first two features. From his feature debut, 2013’s “Evil Dead,” was a midsized book, crafted and distressed to look like the mystical ancient tome known...

Sam Raimi's Ideas For An Army Of Darkness Sequel Make Us Wish It Had Happened

We love Ash vs Evil Dead. And we get why the show is the most excellent way to continue Ash’s adventures as he blasts his way through his 50s. But that doesn’t mean we don’t wish that, back in the day, Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell and company had made Evil Dead 4 — especially now that we’ve heard a few of Raimi’s ideas. More »      

Sam Raimi's Ideas for an Army of Darkness Sequel Make Us Wish It Had Happened

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

We love Ash vs Evil Dead. And we get why the show is the most excellent way to continue Ash’s adventures as he blasts his way through his 50s. But that doesn’t mean we don’t wish that, back in the day, Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell, and company had made Evil Dead 4—especially now that we’ve heard a few of Raimi’s ideas. Read more...

Sam Raimi and Co. Discuss Why ‘Evil Dead 4’ Never Happened on ‘Ash Vs Evil Dead’ Commentary

2 months agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

Last year’s premiere of Ash Vs Evil Dead on Starz came after years of discussion about the possibility of an Evil Dead 4. The film series, which started as a nearly no-budget indie in 1981, included one sequel that was a slightly bigger budgeted remake called Evil Dead II in 1987, and then the ultimate third chapter called Army of Darkness, […]

Newswire: Sam Raimi once wrote an Army Of Darkness sequel with two Ashs to abuse

After the release of Sam Raimi’s third Evil Dead adventure, Army Of Darkness, fans clamored for the return of Bruce Campbell’s Ash Williams. It took more than 20 years, but the big chin finally returned last year in the first season of Starz’s Ash Vs. Show More Summary

Sam Raimi Reveals ‘Evil Dead 4’ Storylines That Never Came Together

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

In retrospect, it’s obvious why Evil Dead 4 never came together. Sure, Army of Darkness is beloved now, but it was a box office whimper back in 1992. And then director Sam Raimi became one of the biggest and busiest filmmakers in Hollywood with the original Spider-Man trilogy. Show More Summary

These ‘Evil Dead 4’ Ideas Left Sam Raimi Questioning Their Sanity

After Universal Pictures released Army of Darkness in 1992, fans of The Evil Dead franchise had been anticipating a fourth Evil Dead for decades. After years and years of rumors, Raimi making his 2009 Drag Me to Hell, and then eventually remaking Evil Dead with Fede Alvarez in 2013, the team behind the franchise revived […]

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