Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Tom Sullivan - New Appearances

Mid Summers Expo
Saturday, July 11, 2009 from 10am to 7pm,

Tom will be a guest at Mid Summers Expo. The Mid Summers Expo is located at the City Sports Center in the heart of Downtown Detroit and just minutes from Greektown, which boasts all of its famous resturants and casino. There are lots of dealers.

Cinema Wasteland
October 2,3 and 4 2009

Cinema Wasteland is at the Holiday Inn Select at:
15471 Royalton Rd (Rt. 82)
Strongsville, OH 44136
Hotel phone: 440-238-8800

Source: www.darkageproductions.com

The Day I Met Bruce Campbell

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All Fan Boys Rejoice for the Slayer of Deadites

What a day to be a dork I tell ya. Lucky enough for me, I was visiting my girlfriend during one fateful weekend when I had received a phone call from my brother Joey. He asks, "Hey Bo, have you ever met some guy called Bruce Campbell?"

And, it just so happened the day that Bruce would be there, was my last day I was planning on staying in Florida. I was giddy as a lil bitch, not only would I be able to meet a cult icon, see my girlfriend and now my brother - but I'd also stand a great chance to get Bruce's autograph. Which in dork sense of the word, is like getting the pelt off an endangered species.

Here's an entertaining story of how one fan gets Bruce Campbell to sign his painting. It's 9 pages long, but worth the read.

Click Here To Read Much More - Source: www.associatedcontent.com - Bo Gorcesky

Evil Dead: The Musical Auditions - Vandivort Center Theatre, Springfield, MO

"Come Get Some"

Sunday, July 19 and Monday, July 20 at 6PM
Vandivort Center Theatre, 305 E. Walnut St.

All Those Auditioning Need to Prepare 16 to 20 Bars of Two Comedic Musical Theatre Songs; One up Tempo and One Ballad.
Also Be Ready to Participate in Cold Readings from the Script, and Improv Exercises If asked.
For More Information Contact Springfield Contemporary Theatre at the Vandivort Center 417-831-8001 or Go Online to Springfieldcontemporarytheatre.org.

Performance Run: October 9-31, 2009.
Also Feel Free to Direct Questions to the Production Staff on Our Facebook Page: Evil Dead

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Featured Video: "Evil Dead Short"

Evil Dead Short

Something I made for "the Evil Dead Collab". It never came to be. but you all can at least see my part!

Source: vids.myspace.com - Ryan

Monday, June 29, 2009

Adaptation Analysis: The Evil Dead & Evil Dead: The Musical

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It’s not uncommon for Hollywood blockbusters to take to the stage in a musical rendition (good example: The Producers; bad example: Carrie). For this Adaptation Analysis, we take a look at the classic horror film series The Evil Dead and its transition to musical theatre.

Few in the past would have thought that a horror film series, notorious for its over-the-top humor and context, would make for an appropriate bit of theatre — that is, until the concept of theatre was put onto its ear and forced to re-evaluate just what it’s capable of, thus opening the door for a hilarious musical with singing demons, dancing killer trees, and a blood splatter zone that would make anyone with a Sledge-o-matic jealous.

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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Featured Pic: The Evil Dead 2 Cabin

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Source: Lucho's Groovy Evil Dead Page

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An Evening With Bruce Campbell

'An Evening With Bruce Campbell' pays homage to 'The Chin' told through the magic of a 24 hour play festival.

Where: Duplex, The

Price: $10; two drink minimum

When: 7:00pm Sun 7.12.09

Source: culturemob.com

Saturday, June 27, 2009

100 Greatest Scary Moments - 'The Evil Dead'

Bruce Campbell, as well as UK critics/pundits Mark Kermode, Emily Booth and Muriel Gray, explain why Evil Dead is the 12th most scary film of all time according to Channel 4.

Source: deaditevideos

‘Legend Of The Seeker’ At Comic-Con 2009 On Thurs 23rd

The good news for Legend of the Seeker fans is that the series will have a presence at this years San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday July 23rd (exact time to be confirmed).

The bad news is that all four days of the Comic-Con are now booked out including July 23rd, so if you don’t already have tickets, then you’ve missed out on attending.

This year Sam Raimi’s new series Spartacus: Blood and Sand will also have a presence at Comic-Con. The cast of Spartacus: Blood and Sand includes Legend of the Seeker star Craig Parker (aka Darken Rahl) and so odds might be a little higher that both Sam Raimi and Craig Parker could make an appearance.

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Friday, June 26, 2009

Evil Dead: The Musical - Charlotte, NC

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Aside from the all-star Charlotte cast that makes you question what they’re doing in Charlotte, one of the best things about the play was the special effects — there was blood spurting out, talking decapitated heads, chainsaws cutting people up, and walking chopped off hands. And said Special FX make-up came compliments of Melissa Brown and Martin Berry.

But Evil Dead is only alive thru June 27, so be sure to go see it this weekend — it’s on Stonewall right up from the “Aquarium”

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Click Here To Buy Tickets - Source: www.actorstheatrecharlotte.org

Featured Pics: Lego Ash

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Army of Darkness - UK Theatrical Trailer

The British trailer for Sam Raimi's third entry of the Evil Dead trilogy, starring Bruce Campbell as Ash. This trailer has not been included on any of the film's many DVD releases.

Source: deaditevideos

Veteran actor Raimi is director in a film to be screened at Palm Springs International ShortFest

Actor Ted Raimi will tell you anything you want to know about "Spider-Man 4," but he claims he'll have to kill you afterward.

"And then somebody will come and kill me, and we'll both be dead and the information will be lost."

Raimi, brother of "Spidey" director Sam Raimi, is in Palm Springs where his own directorial effort will screen at the Palm Springs International ShortFest.

"My Treat" is about two women arguing in a restaurant. It's the cinematic adaptation of a skit by two friends, the comedy team of Suzanne Keilly and Kirsten Roeters.

'My Treat'

When: 7 p.m. Friday, June 26, 2009

Where: Camelot Theatres, 2300 E. Baristo Road, in Palm Springs

Tickets: $10. 800-778-8979, www.psfilmfest.org

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Featured Tattoo: The Evil Dead 2 Tattoo

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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Evil Dead Just Won't Die

Scott Spence's production of the inspired-by-campy-B movies Evil Dead: The Musical was expected to do well, so Spence built an extended run into the schedule when he cast the show. But it's done even better than that, and in a rare stroke of theatrical serendipity, Evil Dead has been held over a second time — through July 26, including an 11 p.m. performance Friday, July 19. The other performances are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 7 p.m. Sundays, with no performance July 4, at Beck Center for the Arts Studio Theatre (17801 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, beckcenter.org, 216.521.2540). Tickets: $17- $28.

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Wanted to Buy: Evil Dead On Cassette

Found this post over at lemon64.com:

Hey guys,

Will pay good money for Evil Dead on cassette (was this ever released on disk?). I want one that at least has it's paper slip with the artwork on it, I dont want just the cassette with no cover or any thing.

If any one can help me out please let me know.

Source: www.lemon64.com - megoninja

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Evil Dead : Fact or Fiction?

I've been delving into Bill Warren's book The Evil Dead Companion over the last couple days and i've learned a lot of interesting facts about the trilogy and i've decided to turn those facts into another little game. So below you will find five Evil Dead related stories ; four are fact and only one is fiction. Your job is to figure out which one has been made up by yours truly. There's no prize this go around but if you want a free prize, you still have through this Friday to enter my Kevin Smith contest! Being that there's no prize to be won here, I kindly ask you to not try and look up these facts on Google. It's only for fun, so lets see who can really pick out the fake without cheating! Good luck!

1. Among the many titles that were considered for the original film, before Evil Dead was chosen, was 'These Bitches Are Witches'.

2. Coinciding with its initial release, a line of 100 limited edition Army of Darkness posters were printed up with a small vial of Bruce Campbell's blood mixed in with the red ink.

3. Freddy Krueger's famous razor glove can be seen hanging on the wall in the work shed in Evil Dead 2.

4. Richard Domeier, who played Ed in Evil Dead 2, is now a host on QVC.

5. The cabin that Evil Dead was filmed in was believed to be haunted/cursed, with many deaths and strange phenomena linked to it. The cabin has since mysteriously burnt to the ground.

Click Here To Find Out Which Is Fiction - Source: www.freddyinspace.com

SummerScreen: Evil Dead II

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

7:30 p.m.

The SummerScreen series is a perfect way to spend a sultry summer evening. Films begin at dusk. Come early to get a seat. Food and beverages will be available to buy at the site. No outside food or drink is allowed.

Tonight's presentation is Evil Dead II, in which the lone survivor of an onslaught of flesh-possessing spirits holds up in a cabin with a group of strangers while the demons continue their attack.

McCarren Park
McCarren Park (Bedford Avenue and North 12 Street)

Source: www.nycgovparks.org

Monday, June 22, 2009

'Burn Notice' at Comic-Con: Sam Axe heading to San Diego

Could the San Diego Comic-Con TV lineup get any better? Well, it just did.

Mikkel Bondesen, one of the USA show's executive producers, announced on his Twitter feed Sunday that "Burn Notice" will be doing a panel at the annual pop-culture extravaganza. According to Bondesen, the panel will feature Bruce Campbell, who plays the generally awesome Sam Axe, and "all the writers."

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Tom Cruise and Sam Raimi Still Circling Brubaker's Sleeper

A few of you might remember hearing about this project. It made headlines when we wrote about how Sam Raimi and Tom Cruise would be working together on an adaptation of Ed Brubaker's Sleeper comic book series. Since that story hit in August of last year, we haven't heard anything since, not a word about it, even in all the excessive Tom Cruise updates. So is the project dead in the water? Not exactly. MTV talked with author Ed Brubaker and got a few interesting updates and other funny quotes. "I talked to one of the producers a couple of weeks ago, and they have a new screenwriter that they hired," Brubaker told MTV.

Click Here For More Info - Source: www.firstshowing.net


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The Ladies of the Evil Dead at Monster Mania Con - June 13, 2009

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Part Five
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Apparently there is no "Part Three", or it hasn't been uploaded yet.

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Left 4 Dead Map - "Who's Laughing Now?": The Evil Dead Cabin

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A recreation of the cabin from Evil Dead 2. This has been made with reference to sources, so it's fairly accurate (the film is inconsistent). Includes the workshed and cellar.

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Featured Video: "Bruce"

A caricature of cult horror actor Bruce Campbell.

Source: Jacesfaces

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Within the Woods: the EVIL DEAD appreciation site - Something's coming....

I got this email today:

Greetings all,

Withinthewoods.co.uk is coming back! (before you say 'who?!' or 'what the f**K?!' please read below....).

Thanks to a digital back-up made some years ago (and only recently discovered following a house move!) the site is the process of being re-animated (on, bit of a horror cross-over there) so keep your eyes peeled.

I'm also in the process of setting up a Facebook page and a Twitter for updates etc so keep em peeled for that!

Hope you are all well and I'll see you soon.


Welcome back to the land of the livin'...

Featured Item: Evil Dead Panasonic Reel To Reel Tape Recorder

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FOR SALE: Panasonic reel to reel tape recorder which is exactly the same make & model as was used in both 'Evil Dead 1' and 2. It has a USA style plug, but this can be plugged into a standard UK converter and it has a voltage switch on the back to allow it to run at various voltages; 100v, 115v, 125v, 200v, 230v & 250v. Its in full working order, and has it's plastic cover, but I don't have the original box. It will Play reel sizes; 1-7/8", 3-3/4" & 7-1/2"

On/Off volume
Sound monitor / Off / Easy matic
Mode selector: Jazz / Orchestra / Speech
Rewind / Stop / Play / Pause / Fast-forward

It is also supplied with 10 variously sized reel tapes with misc odd recordings on.

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Friday, June 19, 2009

Fangoria Exclusive: An Interview with Ted Raimi

Prolific character actor Ted Raimi recently took some time out of his busy schedule to provide FANGORIA with this exclusive interview, in which he discusses everything from his childhood experiences to the recent release of DRAG ME TO HELL.

Fango: I know that aside from all the acting you’ve done, you’ve also done some writing, directing and even soundtrack composition. Is there anything in this business that you haven’t done, that you’d like to?

Ted Raimi: Yes! I'm going to be producing now, and directing primarily. I have a film which is going to be playing at the Palm Springs International Film Festival this coming Friday that I directed, so that's exciting. I produced that as well.

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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Ellen Sandweiss: Dangerous, But No Longer Dead

“When we made ‘The Evil Dead,’ I didn’t think anybody was ever going to see it; I mean, for God’s sake, we made this movie before video rentals!” said Ellen Sandweiss with a laugh more hearty than wicked.

The Michigan-born-and-bred actress was reminiscing about the start of her professional film career, when she played Cheryl in the legendary cult horror flick, which also marked the professional debut of director Sam Raimi (the “Spider-Man” trilogy, “The Quick and the Dead,” “A Simple Plan,” “The Gift,” and the current fright-fest “Drag Me to Hell.”) Sandweiss was responsible for some of that film’s most memorable moments, including the infamous sequence when she was, er, sexually assaulted by a tree.

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Visual FX from HELL

One of the most memorable aspects of the much-loved (by both critics and fans) but sadly underseen DRAG ME TO HELL is the ending of Sam Raimi’s supernatural thriller (SPOILER ALERT: that conclusion will be discussed heavily in this piece, with photos from the sequence—so if you haven’t seen the film yet, read no further). Even if you see it coming, as some people have claimed to, it’s a hell of a note to end on, and has sent audiences out buzzing.

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Calgary's EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL Extends Through 7/12

Ground Zero Theatre (GZT) and Hit & Myth Productions (H&M) follow two wildly successful trips through musical theatre, (Urinetown: The Musical and The Full Monty), with their gutsiest and most bold production yet. Evil Dead: The Musical, directed by Kevin McKendrick, is at The Playhouse at Vertigo Theatre Centre (115-9th Avenue, Base of the Calgary Tower), now playing until July 12th. Tickets for Evil Dead: the Musical are on sale now, available through the Vertigo Theatre Box Office at 403-221-3708 or online at www.gzt.ca

Click Here For More Info - Source: broadwayworld.com

New Book: The Evil Dead by Kate Egan

Over the last twenty years, Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead (1981) has been celebrated as a rollercoaster ride of terror; a classic horror video hit; an exemplar of the 1980s cycle of tongue-in-cheek and excessively gory horror films; and as the film that introduced the now-iconic character of Ash (played by Bruce Campbell). This study considers the range of factors that have contributed to the film’s continuingly evolving cult reputation – the story of the film’s gruelling production, its journey from Cannes to video and DVD, the film’s play with the conventions of the horror genre, and its status, for fans and critics alike, as one of the grungiest, gutsiest and most inventive films in horror movie history.

November 2009
128 pages
List Price: $15.00, £10.00

Source: www.wallflowerpress.co.uk

More On Dr. Kate Egan Here - Source: www.aber.ac.uk

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Featured eBay Item - Evil Dead 2 Original Japanese Poster 1987

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Original Japanese poster. Edge wear right side. See Photo. 20 x 29 inches.

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I Heart Horror… with a speckle of comedy.

1. Evil Dead 2

Back in 1987, Freddy was already in his 3rd entry while Jason was taking a breather between Jason Lives and The New Blood. What was being released that year were films that were introduced to a unappreciative audience, but would later become cult hits.

Evil Dead 2 was one of the best films to come out of that year. Often imitated but never replicated, the film was a perfect blend of horror and comedy and showed that laughing along with inanimated objects, that suddenly became animated for no reason, was perfectly normal.

If you own DVD’s and like horror…this should be in your collection.

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Featured Pic: 'Bruce Campbell' by LorenzoAyuso

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Bruce Campbell is almost a legend... He's one of the best. I started to make this drawing 5 years ago, but I lost it and I couldn't finish it until I found it two years later, which means, in 2006.

Source: deviantart.com - LorenzoAyuso

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

More Pics and Video of Bruce Campbell at Monster-Mania - June 13, 2009


Bruce signing my friend Anthony R.'s Ash tattoo:

Close-up of Ash tattoo:

Bruce Q&A, Part One:

Part Two

Source: Anthony R.

Featured Prop: Army of Darkness (1992), Bruce Campbell's Ash costume

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Shirt, pants,cape and stunt gauntlet hand are all film used. Shoes and bust are replicas for display.

Source: www.yourprops.com - deadite_theron

Monday, June 15, 2009

Scenes We Love: Army of Darkness

I'm not sure how it hasn't happened yet, but we haven't reveled in all things Army of Darkness for Scenes We Love yet ... until now! It's time for some Sam Raimi love, instead of Raimi rants.

When it comes to beloved scenes, no actor or film reigns supreme than Bruce Campbell in Evil Dead 3. It's a movie of epic one-liners, ones so unforgettable that even Evil Dead: The Musical uses them (well before Ash uttered them!). Yes, it's also a movie with some great slapstick, but nothing beats the words that pass through Campbell's lips.

Click Here To Read More - Source: www.cinematical.com

Featured Sites: imcdb.org and imfdb.org

The Internet Movie Cars Database:

You will find here one of the most complete list on the web about cars, bikes, trucks and other vehicles seen in movies, image captures and information about them.

Click here for imcdb.org's page on 'Evil Dead 2'

The Internet Movie Firearms Database:

This site allows users to find which guns were featured in certain movies.

Click here for imfdb.org's page on 'Army of Darkness'

Bruce Campbell at Monster-Mania Convention - June 13, 2009

Bruce Campbell talks about almost getting an Nc17 rating for Army of Darkness while Good Fellas got an R rating.

Click Here For More Bruce Videos - Source: www.youtube.com - EvilDeadHead67

Pics from Monster-Mania - Hartford, Connecticut

Bruce Campbell with fan:

Betsy Baker and Ellen Sandweiss:

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The Ladies of the Evil Dead:

Source: www.dailypress.com

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Josh Becker: Woodward & Vine Interview

Josh Becker believes in the basics. When it comes to making a film, that means having a good story in hand before even thinking about "lights, camera, action."

The first third of his book "The Complete Guide to Low-Budget Feature Filmmaking" is devoted to crafting a script. Just as a house needs a solid foundation, a film can't stand and endure without a strong script to support it.

"Most of the books I read about filmmaking are written by people who have never made a movie and are making big assumptions about things they don’t know anything about," said Becker, sipping espresso from a large travel mug in his Pontiac, Michigan office. "Those books tend to start like, ‘OK, write a script, and once you’ve got that, let’s shoot it.’ But what about explaining how to write the script? If you don’t know how to do that, you’re screwed before you’ve started."

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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Raimi among big winners at Key Art Awards

U.S. director Sam Raimi, known for helming the "Spider-Man" film franchise, said he was honored to receive the 2009 Visionary Award at the Key Art Awards.

The honorary award is given to a filmmaker who inspires movie marketers, the Hollywood Reporter said Saturday.

"I'd like to thank all my creative peers who I learn so much from in the marketing of these movies," Raimi said at Friday's award show at the Geffen Contemporary. "I'll try to live up to this great honor."

Click Here To Read More - Source: www.upi.com

Friday, June 12, 2009

Bruce Campbell, The Ladies of the Evil Dead and Hal Delrich at Monster Mania This Weekend!

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It looks official. Bruce Campbell, The Ladies of the Evil Dead and Hal Delrich (Richard DeManincor) will ALL be appearing at Monster Mania!

Reservations: 860-635-2000 Don't wait!
(Ask for the special Monster-Mania Room Rate of just $99!)

Bruce will appear 2 days June 12-14, 2009
at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cromwell, CT.

Autograph Rooms Hours:
Friday 5pm-10pm
Saturday. 10am-6pm
Sunday. 10am-5pm

Click Here For More Info! - Source: www.monstermania.net
Original Source: www.bruce-campbell.com

Thursday, June 11, 2009

DotW Salutes: The Ladies of The Evil Dead

While Ashley J. Williams may be the most familiar face of the series and the cult following of the films, often times overlooked are the Ladies of The Evil Dead. If it wasn't for these fab three women all those years ago, we wouldn't have the incredible film that IS The Evil Dead.

Click Here To Read More! - Source: dayofwoman.blogspot.com

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

First Look: Army of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama #1 Variant

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A couple of weeks back, we brought you word of Dynamite's plans to team Army of Darkness' Ash with President Barack Obama in the five-issue Army of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama. Today, the publisher has provided Newsarama with your first look at the variant cover for issue #1, featuring Ash in a very Obama moment, well, a moment courtesy of Shepard Fairey...

Dynamite's press release for the cover, in part, reads:

Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Ashley J. Williams, the wisecracking, chainsaw-wielding star of their hit Army of Darkness series, is meeting the man in charge and taking a trip to the White House in the all-new mini-series event appropriately called, ASH SAVES OBAMA: A NEW HOPE?

Click Here For More - Source: www.newsarama.com

Top 10 Horror Movies To Watch While Camping

Next time you go camping, take a portable DVD player along with you. After everybody has gone to bed and you’re all alone in your tent, curled up in your sleeping bag, break out the DVD player and headphones, and watch a horror movie. If possible, watch a horror movie that revolves around the camping experience, something with tents and trees and shit.

Which Film Is #1? - Source: www.bloody-disgusting.com - Ripvanryan

Related: The Top 10 Bruce Campbell Performances - Source: geeksofdoom.com

Land of the Deadites Trailer!

This is the first Land of the Deadites Trailer.

Click Here For More Info - Land of the Deadites on MySpace Films

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Featured Video: Book Of The Dead Trailer

Source: TONY92FR, via email

In the spring of 1980, with principal photography; re-shoots & effects sequences completed, the Renaissance team traveled from Michigan to New York, to work with editor Edna Ruth Paul. Sorting through over 100,000 feet of footage, a rough 97 minute cut was put together. Once Rob, Sam & Bruce returned back to Michigan they cut a four minute trailer narrated by John Cameron in order to raise more funding, enabling further editing work, and the final completion of the then re-titled 'The Evil Dead'. Because it was edited from the 97 rather than the 85 minute version, there are snippets of footage you’ll not see in the final movie.

The above info is from The Evil Dead - The Treasures Collection DVD (Thanks Rob!)

Ted Raimi at Florida Supercon 2009: Audition for 'Zombie Strippers on Acid'

Part One:

During his session at the 2009 Supercon in Miami, FL, Ted Raimi recruits audience members for an impromptu improvisation session to stage the filming of a fictional movie, The girl chosen to be writer decided to call the film 'Zombie Strippers on Acid'. This video showcases 2 girls called up to audition for a role in the film.

Part Two:
Click Here - Source: www.youtube.com - TheTechnomensch

Monday, June 8, 2009

Special Note from Bruce

Burn Notice Season 3

"Hey folks, looks like you've done it again - you kept us at the top of the cable heap for the third straight season! Thanks from all of us at Burn Notice and stay tuned for more cool episodes!"



Source: www.bruce-campbell.com

Bruce Campbell at Florida Supercon - June 6th, 2009

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Bruce Campbell on National Public Radio - 'Talk of the Nation', June 4, 2009

As Sam Axe on cable channel USA's Burn Notice, Bruce Campbell plays the disreputable sidekick to the hero. In conversation with Neal Conan, he said he's enjoying being on a show "that has ratings."

You may also remember Campbell as the star of numerous B movies — think Man With the Screaming Brain. He's now directed and produced his own B movie, My Name is Bruce. He built the Western town featured in the film on his own property out of dead timber, and calls it "a very Little Rascals affair."

Of the film, which didn't hit most movie major theaters, he says "it wasn't released, it escaped."

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Original Source: www.bruce-campbell.com

Welcome Back, Sam

Let's get one thing straight: The Sam Raimi that most of you know, that warm, fuzzy auteur responsible for the massive cash pile-producing "Spider-Man" and "Spider-Man 2," is not my Sam Raimi.

No, dear reader, to me the real Sam Raimi is the guy who had Bruce Campbell hack off his arm, replace it with a chain saw and do battle with evil in the first two "Evil Dead" movies, then completely kicked out the stops with "Army of Darkness" and, in one movie, gave us enough iconic scenes and lines to fill up science fiction convention trivia nights for decades.

Click Here To Read More - Source: www.kcra.com

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Featured Video: Evil Dead - 4 Differences (VHS Greek)

4 differences are present on this Greek VHS: the movie title, and alternate sunrise shot, Ash's scream resonates before the end credits, and the end credits title.

Source: Anthony via email

Friday, June 5, 2009

Drag Me to Hell - Don't lose your head

Sam Raimi, thank you. Though the film-maker has been holed up over the past decade turning Spider-Man into a mega franchise, he will go down in cinema history for giving the world The Evil Dead in 1981.

It's the classic horror film of the Eighties, and that's saying something in a decade that gave us Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, the A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th monsters who would eventually come to meet in 2003.

More importantly for fans of horror, Drag Me to Hell, alongside the recent Swedish vampire flick Let the Right One In, directed by Tomas Alfredson, and Lars von Trier's controversial Cannes entry Antichrist have kicked off a much-needed revitalisation of the genre that is likely to continue later in the year when several much-anticipated scare fests arrive on our screens.

Click Here To Read More - Source: www.independent.co.uk