Sunday, August 30, 2009

Some of Bruce Campbell's Q&A at FanExpo 2009

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Cult hero Bruce Campbell has fun with Fan Expo

Phil Brown
Bruce Campbell is a bit like Alexander Keith's beer. Those who like him, like him a lot.

While some people might recognize the star of the Evil Dead film trilogy from one of his many appearances on screens big and small, many of the sci-fi fanboys, horror lovers and comic-book obsessives descending upon the Metro Toronto Convention Centre today for Fan Expo Canada would rank him somewhere between a movie star and a demigod.

Interview Excerpt:
Q: Will there ever be another Evil Dead movie?

Bruce Campbell: It seems like we're actively pursuing a remake. That will probably happen at some point in the next couple years. As far as the sequel goes, we're going to wait until Sam Raimi isn't busy making big studio blockbusters. It's fun working with Sam. Some directors like to whisper in an actor's ear or take them over into a corner to give direction, but Sam just yells, "Pick up the pace! For God's sake, I'm falling asleep here!" He just cuts to the chase and he does it in a fun and entertaining way even though he means it.

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Fantasy Cast: Who should play Ash in ‘Evil Dead’ remake?

Travis writes:

With Rob Zombie’s sequel to his remake of HALLOWEEN opening tomorrow, it’s got me thinking about another potential remake in the proverbial “works”… that being a little diddy called THE EVIL DEAD, originally brought to us by Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell.

So, you may… no, most probably ARE asking yourself, “Why the HELL are they remaking THE EVIL DEAD?” If so, you’re certainly not alone. (In fact, you are also not the only one who, on some level, really doesn’t care who plays Ash in the new film, because he’ll never compare to Bruce Campbell, right? We’ll get to that momentarily.) The ultimate question on everyone’s mind is… Who would be able to fill Mr. Campbell’s shoes if they do go through with the remake?

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Tom Sullivan - New Appearances

Dark Age Productions has posted new Tom Sullivan appearances for September and October.

Sam Raimi Inks a Two Year Deal with Sony Pictures TV

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sam Raimi and Joshua Donen's Stars Road Entertainment have put together a two-year, first-look deal with Sony Pictures TV. Running this new entity will be CBS drama department, senior vice president Robert Zotnowski.

The plan for Stars Road is to get a bigger market share of broadcast TV and cable. The major focus will be drama. The horror projects will be handled by Raimi's Ghost House Pictures.

"We felt like-minded about television," stated Zotnowski, who is "a longtime fan and admirer of Sam Raimi."

Raimi is known in TV for such action-adventure hits as Xena: Warrior Princess and Legend of the Seeker. Other shows include American Gothic for CBS and the CW's 13: Fear Is Real.

"Sam, Rob and I have been very fortunate that our TV ideas have ended up as series," offered Donen, "but we realized that we needed somebody dedicated full time to that business."

Raimi has a very strong bond with Sony due to has masterminding of the Spider-Man franchise.


Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Featured Video: Bruce Campbell at Fangoria Convention 1989

Bruce Campbell at fangoria weekend of horror in new york 1989

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Army Of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama #1 REVIEWED

In my continuation to try to review some comics that aren't from the 'big two,' I thought I'd review Obama's crossover with Ash from Army Of Darkness. When I first heard about this, I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. There's been so many Obama cover appearances. Is this going to be different? It's not just a cover appearance. It's actually a four issue mini-series. Can this possibly work or has the world just gone crazy?

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Sunday, August 23, 2009

BSB: Bruce Campbell vs. Chris Alexander

Chris Alexander writes:
Join me this week for a brand new interview I just conducted with the man, the legend, Bruce "Ash" Campbell.

Bruce and I talk about EVIL DEAD, his fans, fan conventions, tatooed penises, his legacy and...John Wayne!
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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Evil Dead the Musical is Coming to the 2nd St. Theater - Bend, Oregon

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The 2nd Street Theater rolled out today the cast for the musical production, which Chris Kas will direct with Sandy Klein. The cast includes Todd Hanson, Jeanine Faith, Hector Ariceaga, Jenny Mackenzie, Michael Coffman, Vanessa Farnsworth, Brad Knowles, Cameron Saunders and Amber Barnhart. Appropriately, the musical runs for the entire month of October, concluding with a Halloween night performance.

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'Drag Me to Hell' DVD and Blu-ray Details

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Universal Home Entertainment has announced the DVD and Blu-Ray release for Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell. The film streets on October 13 containing the theatrical version and an unrated director's cut.

Bonus features include:

• Production Video Diaries - Over 30 minutes of behind-the-scenes scares, secrets and surprises featuring stars Justin Long and Alison Lohman.

Blu-ray hi-def (exclusive):

• BD-LIVE - Allows viewers to connect to the Internet and access new and exciting exclusive online and interactive features, including My Scenes Sharing and My Chat.
• Digital Copy - Transfer Drag Me To Hell Unrated Director's Cut to your iPod®, Mac® or PC and experience it anywhere, anytime!
• Universal Ticker - Exclusive on Blu-ray(TM) Hi-Def, Universal Studios Home Entertainment launches the new Universal Ticker which provides up-to-date news about upcoming titles, Blu-ray features and exclusive events!


Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Within the Woods "Trailer"

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Preview: Army of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama #1

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He's faced them all, but Ashley J. Williams is about to face the greatest horror of his entire deadite-kickin' career - a comic book convention! But this ain't any ol' comic book convention, this one features a special appearance from the president of the United States of America - Barack Obama! How do things go from there when Ash and Obama are in the same place at the same time? And did we happen to mention that the Necronomicon is there doing the thing it does best - turning ordinary humans into the demon possessed undead!

Release Date
Wed, August 19th, 2009

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Monday, August 17, 2009


Do yourself a favor and see 'Running Time', 'Lunatics: A Love Story' and 'Thou Shalt Not Kill . . . Except'.

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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Featured Video: PM Detroit - Screams For Fun And Profit (1982 interviews)

Local news show PM Detroit filmed this piece on Renaissance Pictures and its newfound success with The Evil Dead in 1982, interviewing Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert and Bruce Campbell, as well as investor Brian Manoogian. Features clips from the Super-8 shorts Within The Woods and The Happy Valley Kid. This is not the whole segment - if you have a copy of the whole thing, please message me!

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Evil Dead Fans Rock! writes:
We still have one more day left at the Fright Night Film Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. Linda Blair is here along with a few other celebrities, and a LOT of horror related vendors are also here as well. The coolest part is the fans! I love talking to fans of the movie, who are scooping up tickets and t-shirts like crazy.

I met this one lovely young lady who had a great “cartooned Ash” tattoo on her arm. I took a photo of it with my phone, and it turned out a bit weird, but I still like the image…. here it is!

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10 of The Greatest Horror Comedy Movies

You’ve laughed at them. You’ve screamed at them. Now you get to remember how much fun they really were.

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Review Haiku – The Evil Dead

A book bound in flesh
Words not meant to be uttered
Evil is unleashed


Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Evil Dead 2 - 66.6

Why spend an entire night in the woods battling soul-swallowing demons? 'Evil Dead 2' in 66.6 seconds!



Gimme some sugar, baby.

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Left 4 Dead: Evil Dead Deadites as the Witch

A sound pack of the Deadites from the Evil Dead movies (this includes Army of Darkness) as the Witch. Most of the l4d sounds have been replaced. As always there is a video of this on Youtube. Just search for l4d Deadite or find me, nsf4848. Hope you enjoy it!

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Monday, August 10, 2009

The Breakfast Club meets Evil Dead in "Bad Kids Go To Hell"

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What happens when you take the cheesy horror fest of Evil Dead and mix it with the teenage wasteland of The Breakfast Club? Well, it would probably look a lot like Bad Kids Go to Hell, a new title from Antarctic Press.

The story takes its cues roughly from the two movies listed above. It features a group of misfits, mostly troubled rich kids, that have to spend a Saturday in detention. Due to reformations being done at the school, detention has been moved to a newly constructed library that was, naturally, built on haunted ground. Rumors have persisted about creepy crawling cockroaches and strange apparitions around the school, and sure, enough the horror manifests itself on this particular Saturday.

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Friday, August 7, 2009

The Bruce Campbell Watch 2009

There comes a time to pick a celebrity to follow, to trumpet, to hold up for public consumption, for no better reason than you want the world to care about that person as much as you do.

For me, that time was 1998, when I launched the Bruce Campbell Watch in the pages of Time Out New York magazine. Why Bruce Campbell? To quote myself: “With a huge arsenal of B movies and a recurring role on ratings-grabbers Xena and Hercules, Campbell has attracted the same kind of cult following usually generated by household names like Duchovny, Shatner and Auberjonois. And with this new monthly feature, New Yorkers will learn what so many already know: that Bruce is the hardest-working, best-looking Detroit-born actor ever to command a cult following by replacing his own hand with a chainsaw.”

It’s obvious that Bruce Campbell no longer needs the Bruce Campbell Watch, if he ever even did.

Sounds like the perfect time to re-launch the project. In Web 2.0 no less.

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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn with Richard Domeier Introduction!

The Colonial Theatre
Fri, Aug 7, 9:45 pm
227 Bridge St
Phoenixville, PA 19460
(610) 917-1228

The First Friday Fright Nights have been going strong for over a year now and this Friday will be the best one of them all. Showing at the Colonial for the first time ever is Sam Raimi’s 1987 classic Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn. However this will not be just any screening of the film Variety calls More an absurdist comedy than a horror film”. The Colonial will not only screen the film on 35 mm but it will be introduced by Richard Domeier who played Ed Getley (aka Demon Ed) in the film. This will be a great treat for all of our First Friday Fright Night Fanatics and a true treat for the Colonial.

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Tom Sullivan - New Appearance

Terror in the Aisles 2
A Night of Ultimate Horror!
August 15, 2009 - 7PM
Admission $12

(with Evil Dead make up master TOM SULLIVAN in person with his travelling Evil Dead museum!)

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Bruce Campbell and Sharon Gless Talk Burn Notice

If Michael, Fi and Sam were all stuck at Madeline's house somehow. They were together, there was a sudden attack by zombies, what do you think your own characters would contribute to the battles against an army of the undead.

Bruce Campbell: I would pick you up and hold you in front the zombies for asking such a lame question.

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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Bruce Campbell Goes Edo On Your Ass In Ambush At Blood Trail

Bruce Campbell heads up the English dub of an 1987 underground title 'Ambush At Blood Trail Gate' by Naohiro Takita recently rediscovered by Shinobi Splat.

Young rebellious samurai Muramoto (voiced by Bruce Campbell) spends his days drinking sake and womanizing in a small Edo-era village. However, when he crosses the line with the Clan Leader’s daughter, the consequences are dire. The action builds to a thrilling climax at the legendary Blood Trail Gate.


Editor's Note: The video says "Preview unavailable", but it does play.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Featured Video: Evil Dead: The Musical Rewritten - Amateur

this is an amateur college project written by the performers we made no money and just enjoyed every minute of it!!!!!!!!!! AND ITS NOT MEANT TO BE PERFECT I JUST LOVE BRUCE CAMPBELL

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Monday, August 3, 2009

Sam Raimi's PRIEST Poster

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Sam Raimi is producing under his new Sony based company. This company is not Raimi's Ghost House Pictures.

The vampire Western concerns a warrior priest who disobeys church law by teaming with a young sheriff and a priestess to track down a band of renegade vampires who have kidnapped his niece.


Saturday, August 1, 2009

Reminder: The Ladies of the Evil Dead at the Independent Television Festival!

Independent Television Festival
August 2 and August 6, 2009 at 6pm
Laemmle's Sunset 5
Los Angeles

DANGEROUS WOMEN is an official selection of the Independent Television Festival in L.A.! We edited the six webisodes into a 22-minute TV pilot and are excited to have made the finals! They'll be screening our show and then we'll do a meet and greet afterward. Tickets may be purchased online at the itv fest site or at the door. Come support independent television!

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If you are in Los Angeles, your attendance can help the Ladies win the audience choice award. If the Ladies win a judge's award or an audience award, they have a shot at getting Dangerous Women on TV!