Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Ray Santiago’s “Ash vs. Evil Dead” Character Pablo Revealed in New Look at ‘Evil Dead: The Game’!

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Announced earlier this year, “Ash vs. Evil Dead” character Pablo Simon Bolivar will be one of the playable characters in the upcoming Evil Dead: The Game, with actor Ray Santiago returning to reprise the role.

Today, we’ve got our first look at Pablo in the game! Check out another shot below, which puts Pablo side-by-side with fellow “Ghostbeater” Kelly Maxwell. And yes, Dana DeLorenzo is also back to voice her character from the show!










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Thursday, February 18, 2021

Creepshow's Greg Nicotero Discusses Evil Dead Homage For Season 2









The story titled "Public Television of the Dead" pays homage to the classic Evil Dead franchise. During AMC Networks TCA winter tour presentation, director Greg Nicotero spoke about this specific feature. "Rob Schrab wrote that episode," the director said. "I realized in retrospect that a lot of my episodes were period pieces. A lot of them take place in the '70s. I have a big affection for growing up in the '70s and reading Famous Monsters magazine and watching chiller theater.

"So, having directed "Model Kid," which is the first segment in the premiere, 'Public Television of the Dead' is really sort of my kind of big thank you to Sam Raimi because I worked on Evil Dead 2, and I worked on Army of Darkness. I had always had a massive affection for Sam, so I feel like I channeled my best Sam Raimi in that episode, and damn, I had so much fun like getting that camera whipping around and like the evil for his point of view and designing our own version of the Necronomicon. It was really a blast so much fun."


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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Evil Dead Teaser from NECA Toys









NECA has shared a new preview photo, showing some iconic accessories from the original Evil Dead. Included are a tape recorder, a shotgun, a chainsaw, and axe, and a lantern. The pieces look to be part of their 7″ scale figure line. No word on if this for a new Ultimate Ash Williams Figure, an accessory pack, or maybe even new 2-pack. We’ll update on any additional news as it becomes available.



'Willy's Wonderland' director sees his Evil Dead send-up as the next great horror entry in the Nic Cage 'genre'









Lewis wanted to tap into his love for '80s horror and Sam Raimi, particularly the director's debut feature, The Evil Dead (1981), and its two sequels, Evil Dead II (1987) and Army of Darkness (1992).

"Visually, he's incredible and he's got a great comic timing with his stuff," Lewis explains of Raimi. "You're laughing and then you're in horror. He shifts those emotions perfectly. I still don't think there's anyone like him.


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Happy Ash Wednesday!

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Friday, January 22, 2021

The Evil Dead Watch Party Bruce Campbell Promo Interview!



Mike interview with Bruce Campbell promoting The Evil Dead Watch Party on January 23rd! Buy your tickets here!

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Monday, January 18, 2021

Moonshine, shotguns, buried cash: Bruce Campbell on 'The Evil Dead' in East Tennessee









A handful of circumstances led a Michigan film crew to East Tennessee in the late '70s to film the low-budget movie "The Evil Dead."

More than 40 years later, the film is till very much alive in horror-enthusiast circles, with a special virtual screening scheduled for Jan. 23.

The screening will include behind-the-scenes commentary from producer and actor Bruce Campbell, who recently spoke with Knox News about his time in East Tennessee and what's next for the "Evil Dead" franchise.


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How to watch ‘The Evil Dead’ live with leading man Bruce Campbell












Filmed on a shoestring budget in the woods, “The Evil Dead” has become a cult horror classic.

The 1981 film, about five college students who take off to a remote cabin for a weekend and uncover an evil force, sparked two sequels, a TV series, video games and comic books.

The movie made stars out of director Sam Raimi, who went on to direct films such as the Spider-Man trilogy and the upcoming Dr. Strange sequel. It also made the career of leading man and producer Bruce Campbell, who starred as Ash Williams, an everyday Joe who takes on the forces of evil while being splattered with gallons of blood.

On Saturday, Jan. 23, Campbell will lead an online movie watch party where he will tell behind the scenes stories and share memories of the iconic film.

But first, he talked to the Southern California News Group about filming the movie, some of its most epic scenes, the viewing party and a hidden piece of history that could still be at the film site.


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Sunday, January 10, 2021

ASH VS EVIL DEAD Virtual Panel – Wizard World Virtual Experiences 2021



Ash vs Evil Dead actors Bruce Campbell, Dana DeLorenzo, Ray Santiago and Lee Majors gave a virtual panel through Wizard World Virtual Experiences 2021 to discuss this amazing show, there careers and to answer fan questions.


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