Monday, January 16, 2017

Featured Video - Evil Dead: A closer look at the original, rare VINYL soundtrack UNBOXING



Evil Dead is one of the most rare and desirable horror soundtracks on vinyl. It has been issued on CD, but the vinyl is prized by collectors. Here's a look at why it's so sought-after, as well as a listen to a key track on the album.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TIMOTHY QUILL!!



Mr. Quill was most notably the blacksmith in Army of Darkness. He appeared in Thou Shalt Not Kill... Except, Spider-Man 1, 2 and 3 and My Name Is Bruce. Tim was also featured in many of the early Super-8 productions, such as It's Murder!

Click Here For Timothy Quill's IMDb page

See also:
Book Of The Dead Interviews Tim Quill

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

New Pic! Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3: Bruce Campbell

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via Bruce Campbell’s Twitter:

Going back to the office soon.

Monday, January 9, 2017

‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ Interview: The Dashing Dana DeLorenzo Part III



After two great entries, we’re finishing out “Trilogy of Terror” interview with Ash vs Evil Dead’s Dana DeLorenzo. Deadites, don’t miss this.

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See also:
‘Ash vs Evil Dead’: Godfather Has Interesting Request For Series Star - Source: 1428elm.com

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3: Showrunner Change, Release Date & Everything We Know



Starz will make sure you have your favorite horror comedy series again, Ash vs Evil Dead, but with a new showrunner (and maybe tone?).

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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ Interview: The Dashing Dana DeLorenzo Part II



After a bloody rocking first round, we move onto Part 2 of our insanely insightful interview with Ash vs Evil Dead’s Dana DeLorenzo. Welcome back Deadites.

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Saturday, December 24, 2016

HAPPY BIRTHDAY SCOTT SPIEGEL!!


Scott Spiegel - 2007


Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, Frank Darabont, and Scott Spiegel - 1996

Scott Spiegel co-wrote Evil Dead 2 with Sam Raimi.

He also introduced Quentin Tarantino to producer Lawrence Bender, who helped Tarantino get Reservoir Dogs (1992) made. Tarantino subsequently credited Spiegel with helping him establish his filmmaking career.

Mr. Spiegel recently directed Hostel: Part III, which was released to DVD in December of 2011.

Click Here For Mr. Spiegel's IMDB Page

See also:
Super Fun Time (aka my interview ;) with Scott Spiegel! :) - dianaprincexxx.com
Scott Spiegel-Produced Welcome to Purgatory Takes You to the Afterlife with Jillian Murray
Book Of The Dead Interviews Scott Spiegel

The Evil Dead – Possessing Souls 35 Years Later



“I know now that my wife has become host to a Kandarian demon. I fear that the only way to stop those possessed by the spirits of the book is through the act of… bodily dismemberment…” speaks a recording, setting the tone for a long and eerie night for a few young adults on spring break. The torturous events they encounter thereafter opens up a world of darkness and pure evil in the low budget 1981 Horror flick known famously to all as The Evil Dead.

In a cabin in the woods of the Tennessee mountains, Ash, (Bruce Campbell: Army of Darkness 1992, Ash vs Evil Dead TV series) his girlfriend Linda (Betsy Baker: 2084 2009, Lake Eerie 2016), Ash’s sister Cheryl (Ellen Sandweiss: Satan’s Playground 2006, Ash vs. Evil Dead TV series), their friend Scotty (Richard DeManincor: Crimewave 1985, Ash vs. Evil Dead TV series), and Scott’s girlfriend Shelly (Sarah York: Oz the Great and Powerful 2013, Dangerous Women TV series) celebrate their spring break when they come across an old reel to reel player in a cellar. Curious, they play it (American Movie Classics host Bob Dorian was the voice), and it tells of the finding of the Book of the Dead. Suddenly, the tape fast forwards, and stops on incantations. Can the group figure out how to stop the spirits set free before they are all possessed, or are they doomed to be one of the damned?

Friends from high school, Director Sam Raimi and first time Lead Actor Campbell set out to make their first movie in their college years, which would eventually hold the title The Evil Dead, an iconic movie of the Horror industry recognized today. With its mix of Dark Comedy and extreme gore, The Evil Dead became a must-see. Initially premiering in a small amount of theaters on October 15, 1981, word of mouth spread rapidly and The Evil Dead took off like a demon possessed. One of a kind and so over the top, it has since become a legendary favorite still celebrated 35 years later.

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