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The Castle of Horror Podcast Presents: The Evil Dead (1981) With Adam Foshko Of Call Of Duty And Max Meehan
By Jason Henderson, Drew Edwards, Tony Salvaggio, and Julia Guzman Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Castle of Horror Podcast tonight, a weekly internet radio show where professional writers in the comics, games and book industries take a look at horror …
In his first Army of Darkness storyline, Elliott Serrano introduced us to Ashley K. Williams, the female alternate reality Ash. With The King Is Dead, Long Live The Queen, he gets to go back to his female anti-hero and the …
But they do have at least three other projects lined up.
Also addressing the importance of not having an Ash character in the new film.
Julianne Hough to play a religious woman who travels to Vegas to work her way through a list of sins.
Bleeding Cool Magazine article by James Kuhoric How do you even approach a task like remaking Sam Rami’s innovative 1981 horror classic, The Evil Dead? There are so many reasons not to do it and no matter how good the …
Bleeding Cool Movie Podcast – Olympus Has Fallen, Evil Dead And Evil Dead 2, Love Is All You Need And More
Now that Place Beyond the Pines has been out a while, there’s a little more chat about that too. And we spare a few words for Shark-based schlockbusters.
Did you know that Evil Dead 2 was in profit before they’d finished filming? Here’s word on that, and more, courtesy of the inimitable Mr. Campbell.
Rob Tapert, Sam Raimi’s producing partner on the Evil Dead series, wants to make a distinction. The proposed sequel that we were calling Evil Dead 4 isn’t quite that – at least not by name.
The remake of The Evil Dead premiered last night at the SXSW festival, and judging from social media accounts, the crowd were most pleased. And shocked. And disgusted. In a good way.
Straight from the horse’s mouth.
Sam and Ivan Raimi to crack out the typewriters again.
The MPAA and US cinema chains have got adult moviegoers in a headlock.
I think the new Evil Dead is going to be really rather exciting.
A lot less gore but the intensity levels stay high.
So says a director who owes his career to a very heavily CG short film. How odd.
The new Evil Dead seems to have a fresh perspective.
Shut up shop on scary movies, because they’ll never be this good again.