Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Bruce Campbell Takes on the Stanley Hotel









In November, perennial fan favorite Campbell will grace the storied hallways of Colorado’s Stanley Hotel, inspiration for The Shining and ghost stories galore, for the first-ever BruceFest, a multi-night event running from Friday, November 12, through Sunday, November 14. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday September 17.

Packages for admission to the ultimate weekend experience in grueling horror come in three levels: the “Deadite Package,” the “Necronomicon Ex-Mortis Package” and the “Kandarian Demon Package.”


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Monday, September 13, 2021

Henrietta from ‘Evil Dead 2’ Confirmed for ‘Evil Dead: The Game’! [Image]


Tentatively set for release in February 2022, Boss Team Games and Saber Interactive’s Evil Dead: The Game will feature single-player and co-op gameplay, promising to be the ultimate Evil Dead experience in the world of video games. Several characters from the movies and TV series have been confirmed, and this week brings the news that Henrietta will be included!

Played by Sam Raimi’s brother Ted Raimi, the monstrous Henrietta Knowby was introduced in Evil Dead 2, and she returned for another fruit cellar battle with Ash in “Ash vs. Evil Dead.”

Check out your first look at Henrietta in Evil Dead: The Game below!













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Thursday, September 9, 2021

Army of Darkness: Sound Mixer Al Rizzo

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Al Rizzo tells a few stories about the making of Lunatics: A Love Story, Army Of Darkness, and sound recording on the sets.


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Wednesday, September 8, 2021

How 'Evil Dead II' Reimagined the Horror Protagonist With Ash Williams









Decades later, and we're still hailing the king.


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Evil Dead 2's Cabin in the Woods Miniature Model!


Adam and Brandon from Prop Store pop open a crate to take a look at one of the original filming miniatures from Sam Raimi's Evil Dead 2! This effects model was used to for the film's finale, and is a striking recreation of the iconic cabin in the woods. From the boarded up windows to unsettling angles of its construction, it has an eerie presence all of its own! 


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The Evil Dead 40th Anniversary | October 7



Tix and More Info: The ultimate experience in grueling terror! Grindhouse Releasing and Fathom Events celebrate the 40th anniversary of Sam Raimi's horror classic THE EVIL DEAD with an exclusive nationwide screening introduced by star Bruce Campbell.
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Monday, August 30, 2021

‘The Evil Dead’: NECA Previews Upcoming 40th Anniversary Action Figure of a Young Bruce Campbell!









Originally teased back in February, NECA will soon be releasing an Ash Williams action figure that pays tribute to Sam Raimi’s original The Evil Dead, which is notable considering previous Ash figures were always based on the sequels and, more recently, the TV series.

Yes, we’re finally getting a 1981 Ash from NECA, and NECA has taken to social media today to show off another sneak peek that gives us our first look at the brand new head sculpt.

The Evil Dead turns 40 years old here in 2021, and it looks like the figure will come with a slew of accessories including an axe, shotgun, chainsaw, lantern and tape recorder.


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Wednesday, August 25, 2021

Bruce Campbell Gets Campbell Family Crest as His First Tattoo









A new photo posted to Instagram reveals Bruce Campbell's first tattoo, the Campbell family crest, which is now inked onto the actor's shoulder.


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Joseph LoDuca Interview (Evil Dead, Army of Darkness Composer)


Here is a NEW episode of The Celebrity Hour Podcast where the show is related to all things Movies, Music, and Entertainment! Here on this new episode, host Bryan Kluger from Boomstick Comics, High Def Digest, and Screen Rant joins musician/composer JOSEPH LODUCA as they talk music, Film, and more. They discuss the Evil Dead franchise, Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi, Hereafter, and more


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