Friday, January 29, 2010

Sam Raimi to Direct The Shadow? Plus, Details on the Script

Brendon Connelly writes:

Until somebody actually comes out and makes an official announcement, I’m sure there’s going to be countless rumours about Sam Raimi’s choice of next film. Here’s today’s.

We already knew that Sam Raimi was producing the new feature film version of The Shadow. Apparently, he’s now keen to take up the director’s reigns too. Doesn’t seem like too much of a stretch, does it? And what do you reckon - does it get easier or harder to swallow if I tell you The Shadow is set up at Sony?

If Raimi does take the picture on, this would make The Shadow the third superhero to take the lead in a Raimi movie, after Spider-Man and Darkman. I think that’s what the mugs call an auteur.

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Ted Raimi's 'Playing Dead' - Episode 4

Episode 4 of the all new web series comedy, Playing Dead. Ted Raimi directs this series about an actress who takes a part time job as Death!

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Episodes 1 and 2 Here
Episode 3 Here

The Drawing - Comics, Storyboard & Layout - Army of Darkness #26

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Scott Cohn
this comes out sometime in Feb, so ...
i WAS digitally inking the book up intil this point, but got sick of that and went for the ol' traditonal brush 'n' pen. felt nice to do so after not for so long.

for all the previous issues, i did small layouts, then drew directly on the boards. this time i drew small, tight layouts, then blew them up on the artograph. did some pencil fixes, but left most everything else up to the inking. interestingly enough, this process was way less stressful then the previous process.

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Director's Print of Evil Dead, the Uncut Version! Fri & Sat, January 29 & 30 at Midnight! Sunshine Cinema, NYC

Bruce Campbell (Bubba Ho-tep, Army of Darkness) stars as Ash, a witless college student who joins five others on a weekend retreat to a remote cabin in the mountains. Little do they know what they will unleash when they get there! After they discover a haunted book in the cabin, they unwittingly awaken slumbering demons ready to possess their bodies and steal their souls. A superb shocker offering genuine scares and boundless imagination, The Evil Dead is the legendary debut feature for both Campbell and director Sam Raimi (Spider-Man).

Jan 29-30
Sunshine Cinemas
143 East Houston Street
New York, NY
(212) 330-8182


Featured Video: Evil Auntie's Evil Dead of Winter Soup

The Evil Dead Are Coming! Hide Your Soup!

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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Wallpaper Wednesday: ‘Evil Dead 2′

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Each week on hump day we unveil a horror movie-themed desktop background to spruce up your computer. Read on to see the latest, which comes from Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead II. All this talk about the new Spider-Man movie reminded me just how awesome Raimi is.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Featured Video: Embeth Davidtz talks about Army of Darkness

Embeth Davidtz talks to about her experience working with Sam Raimi on the cult-classic "Army of Darkness"

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C'MON HOLLYWOOD: Give us Sam Raimi's Warcraft next!‎

J.A. Hamilton writes:
Thus far the new year hasn’t been kind with news like last week’s Spider-Man column and I’m not too keen on the CONAN news either but we’ll save that for later as more details emerge. So what I need is some good news and I have just the push for that direction. Sam Raimi may have made an enemy or two with SPIDER-MAN 3 but he was soon forgiven after this past summer’s DRAG ME TO HELL. Well I say let’s keep going on a high note straight into the live action WARCRAFT movie. Raimi knows his stuff, and after successfully delivering on the horror goods, the comic book goods and even the western goods (THE QUICK AND THE DEAD if you didn’t know), I’m confident he can tackle the world of Azeroth.

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Army of Darkness Playing in Cedar City, Utah - Fri, Jan 29, 2010

Midnight Movie Madness

Fri, Jan 29, 2010

Cedar City, Utah
Cinema 8
1040 Sage Way


Sunday, January 24, 2010


B.J. Hammerstein writes:
Although he has lived there for more than 20 years, Ted Raimi has a hard time calling Hollywood home. One look at his résumé, however, proves it's where he's leaving his mark. Raimi has had 50 or so TV and film roles, most of them in horror or sci-fi projects. Still, he's quick to credit much of his quirky creative success to his Motor City upbringing.

"Southwest Detroit just looks so sci-fi, cool and bizarre -- like another planet," and "all those wacky and crazy characters I have ever done are just impressions from people I knew back home," says Raimi.

He's the youngest of four Raimi brothers, three of whom have found their calling in La La Land. Sam Raimi shook up the scream scene in 1981 as director of instant cult classic "The Evil Dead" before spinning a moneymaking web as director of three "Spider-Man" movies. (Ted was in all three.) Ivan Raimi cowrote the scripts for Sam's "Drag Me to Hell" and "Spider-Man 3."

Even though plans for a Raimi-run version of "Spider-Man 4" have just been scrapped, Ted's as busy as ever: Last week, he was offered a "beloved character" movie lead from a major comic book company, but that's all he'll say about it. ("Anything more, it's curtains for Ted!") Meanwhile, "Playing Dead," a comedy-horror Webisode series that he directed, is currently haunting the Internet.

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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Featured Artwork: Army Of Darkness Art Print

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I had the good fortune to produce an art print paying homage to another one of my fav. movies: Army Of Darkness! Titled "King Me," this silkscreen print was produced to celebrate the movie's midnight showing at the art theater in Long Beach. Hanging at 18''x24'' in a signed and numbered limited edition of 50, they are available for purchase through Mondo Celluiod's webstore for $20. Be sure to stop by and scoop one up today--Big thanks to Ohdanielsan for the amazing print job and to Mondo Celluiod for putting on the event!


Friday, January 22, 2010

Ted Raimi's 'Playing Dead' - Episode 3

Episode 3 of the all new web series comedy, Playing Dead. Ted Raimi directs this series about an actress who takes a part time job as Death! Episode #3: "Rots the Matter": It's hard being Death

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Episodes 1 and 2 Here

Evil Dead | Geek in the City

Greetings programs! Let us just get straight to the point - Sam Raimi’s masterpiece of terror returns to Portland on February 12, 2010 at the Bagdad Theater at 11:00pm

For a mere $5, you can see the film that Roger Ebert declared “One of the most deplorable movies ever made”, while Stephen King called it “The most ferociously original horror film of the year.” I ask you, when it comes to scaring the holy crap out of you, who you gonna’ believe? The man that hailed Tomb Raider as a “wild and fun ride” or the master of modern horror?

Yeah, that’s what I thought ya’ primitive screwheads!

This is no DVD popped into a player and projected onto the big screen. No my friends, this is the original 35mm print. And, when I say the “Original 35mm Print”, I ain’t joking. This is the print. This is Sam Raimi’s personal damn print! You read right suckas. Sam Raimi has graciously loaned Sage Stallone and Murawski of Grindhouse Releasing the rights to run this classic nasty flick across our fine union. Taken from the Chin’s mouth: “Nothing can prepare an audience for what they are about to see, because nothing punishes an audience like EVIL DEAD - especially on the big screen,” says Bruce Campbell. “I’m really glad it’s back. People are gonna be hurt.”

Tell your friends. Tell your enemies. Tell your priest. The Evil Dead has returned to Portland “Frakking” Oregon on Friday February 12, 2010 at 11:00pm. Keep tuning into this site and GeekintheCity Radio for more details.


"Spartacus: Blood and Sand" Roundup

Hank Stuever
Produced by the likes of "Spider-Man" director Sam Raimi and spun around by "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" writer Steven S. DeKnight, this re-imagining of the legendary slave-turned-gladiator's epic tale has a sleazy charm that gets better with each episode.

It's also just about the grimiest, nastiest, bloodiest thing you could hope to find on TV on a Friday night. Limbs fly. Blood splatters everywhere. One warrior rips off the face of another and wears it as a mask to his next fight. There's lots of soft-core love scenes: Spartacus and his bride frolic around like the original "Joy of Sex" cartoon drawings. Lucretia and Batiatus have their slaves serve as marital aides.

Spartacus: Blood and Sand

(one hour) premieres Friday at 10 p.m. on Starz.

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Thursday, January 21, 2010

2 Featured Videos: The Evil Dead Vine Scene and Evil Dead 2 Hand Scene Remade

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One of the most greatest movie ever, Evil Dead 2. i remade this scene as if it was a silent movie. i love this scene and i hope you do to. Evil dead and the army of darkness rules.

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I Taught Myself How to Grow Old: Evil Dead

I am one of those people that consider the film, The Evil Dead to be amongst the upper 10% of the best films ever made. I also believe its sequel, Evil Dead 2, to be amongst the top 5 best films ever made. I think it was these films that made me realise that Horror films were my friend and not something that made the 70’s version of me check behind the bathroom door every time I went in there.

Evil Dead's impact on music is marginal to say the least, but it has had an impact of sorts.

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Evil Dead: The Musical - Orange County

I'm trying to bring Evil Dead the musical to OC. I have a theatre booked for next year but want to pull off a few fundraising events this year. I need another partner/producer (My leo bloom to my Max bialistock) someone with good connections and who knows people who might want to help do this.

Yes there is no money, but there is opportunity to Bank if done right.

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Featured Artwork: Evil Dead 2 Painting by rachelrocks

a present for my awesome brother


Burn Notice Marathon Today on USA

BURN NOTICE MARATHON today at 6am with episodes from Season 2. Season 3 episodes begin at 1pm & run up to premiere at 10pm!

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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

More Info from Bruce Campbell - Dark Horse Comics: Bruce Vs. Frankenstein

Referring to Ain't It Cool News' story from late last night:
As a result of this leak, Mike Richardson has Bruce bound and gagged in a secret room of which only he knows the location. We did learn that Mark Verheiden will return to write it and Ted Raimi will play a KEY role in the film. Richardson says he will release Campbell sometime in the near future when "Bruce learns to keep his big mouth shut."


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How about all three of the Ladies of the Evil Dead in the sequel?

Book Of The Dead - Collectables Page Now Online!

The main 'Collectables' index page is now online. It aims to be the ultimate comprehensive reference list of all the the official and unofficial Evil Dead trilogy related merchandise available in the past or present. The material listed, ranges from mass produced items down to one-off fan made items, and everything in between. Rather than spilt the items down in to sub-page after sub-page, we've decided to have everything together on one huge page, so it might take a minute or so to to load as there are nearly 800 individual items listed, all with pictures.

We've decided to restrict the 'Collectables' section to just the main index page for the time being, with a long term goal of expanding it to include 'More Details' sub-pages linked from the main list, with additional photos, specs & information about each item.

Because of the vast array of official and unofficial items which have been made over the years, knowing about & cataloguing every single past present & future item ever produced is virtually impossible, and the section can never really be certified 100% complete. It will simply remain 'in progress' for the foreseeable future, with periodic updates of new items from time to time. If you have anything we don't, please get in contact and let us know so we can add it to this list.

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Bruce Campbell announces My Name Is Bruce sequel: ‘Bruce Vs Frankenstein!’

at writes:
Listen up, screwheads! Bruce Campbell has a message for ya'!

Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. While doing my own spy business in NoLa (just took a rather frightening trip down Bourbon St, actually... The tip top of the creepy was a homeless dude showing off his Quato-like stomach tumor) I received this communinque from Mr. Bruce Campbell regarding his 2010 plans. This is the first time he's broken his cover and he did it for you, the fans, so I hope you appreciate the danger he's put himself in!

Here's the man himself:

Hello everyone. Bruce Campbell here. This urgent message is short, because my keystrokes are monitored and I fear for my life. My partner at Dark Horse comics, Mike Richardson (normally a very rational and talented man), threatened to have his foot soldiers "crush my spleen" if I did what I am about to do. But the fans deserve to know, so with great trepidation I officially announce Bruce Vs. Frankenstein, the sequel to My Name is Bruce. Principal photography begins this fall in Oregon. I'd like to live long enough to see the cameras roll, so please, for the love of God, do not tell anyone - I can't risk this announcement getting back to Mike! Thank you.

There you have it. I know I'd love to see Bruce step back into the Blue Suede Shoes and kick some vampire ass in Bubba Nosferatu, but I guess anything Bruce does is good news, yeah?



Monday, January 18, 2010

Necronomicon: The Original Facebook

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Well hellooooo Mr. Fancy Pants! You think your nifty new social networks are hot stuff, don't ya? Well I got news for you, pal. Back in my day we had real networks. Oh yeah. Written in blood by the Dark Ones. Serious business. You ever get a friend request from some dead chick that wanted to kiss you, but now she wants to kill you, just because maybe you didn't say every single tiny syllable? Yeah, didn't think so. Blow.

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Army of Darkness #26

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Release Date
Wed, February 24, 2010

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Ashley J. Williams Custom Action Figure

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I really like the Army of Darkness figures that Pallisades put out several years ago, but they are kind of fragile and have loose joints. So, I took a head fom the 2-headed Ash, a build a droid arm (not sure which one), and an Indiana Jones figure( I think it's the one that came with the Lost Ark). A little dremeling, some boiling water, and a little paint later, I have a fairly sturdy Ash that can now rid my toys of their Deadite posession. Thanks for looking.

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Sunday, January 17, 2010

More Updates on Sam Raimi's Warcraft Film - Tapert reveals the development status of the film
We reported last week that Sam Raimi could move on to do Warcraft: Rise of the Lich King as his next film and now some new details have emerged on the film. IF Magazine recently spoke to producer Rob Tapert who revealed the status of Warcraft: Rise of the Lich King.

"It's in development," says Tapert. "We're in the outline/story/script phase."

However, while it was said that this could be Raimi's next film, Tapert isn't sure that will be Raimi's next film.

"I think he's getting his feet under him and trying to decide. He might want to do a teeny, tiny small film, but I don't know what he wants to do. I know he had a great time doing Drag Me to Hell."

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2 Featured Videos: Nick vs Army of Darkness and Evil Dead Trilogy Collection


Here is a better video in slide format that i decided to upload instead. This collection is always growing bigger, and i'll upload updates as i receive more stuff. The sound is End Titles from the Army of Darkness soundtrack. Composed by Joesph LoDuca. Enjoy!

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‘Spartacus’ Returns to a New Arena - the Small Screen - Sex and Gore? That’s Ancient History

“Spartacus: Blood and Sand,” a retelling of the history of the famous slave and his rebellion, does not neglect any of these traits. It features abundant nudity, both male and female. (“In the early days we had a lot of conversations about how many penises we could show in a single episode,” Rob Tapert, one of the producers, recalled recently.) There is a great deal of simulated sex, of both the gay and straight variety. And the subtitle is not false advertising: the characters do not merely bleed; they spray great fountains and gouts, arterial geysers, that splash up on the inside of your TV screen or else hang in midair like red Rorschach blots. Mr. Tapert and his co-producer, Sam Raimi (better known as the director of the “Spider-Man” films), got their start with the “Evil Dead” horror-movie franchise, and the new show at times suggests their early experiments with high-pressure circulatory systems. “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree,” Mr. Tapert admitted.

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2 Featured eBay Items: 'Easy Wheels' and 'Evil Dead 2' Laserdisc

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Japanese laserdisc (not DVD) pressing of Sam Raimi's classic zombie gore flick Evil Dead 2 starring Bruce Campbell. Framable 30cm jacket in excellent condition with the insert but lacks the obi.

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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Top 5 Reasons Why Bruce Campbell is Better Than Chuck Norris

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Bubba Nosferatu News

Paul Giamatti spoke with on the 1th January 2010 to expose a little more information about the current state of play:

He was asked if Bubba Nosferatu was in the same vein as Bubba Ho-Tep and he replied with: "Yes, it’s even weirder, and that’s part of the problem. It’s more out-there than Bubba Ho-tep is. It’s really great though". The last question he was asked about Bubba Nosferatu was who he wanted to play Elvis in the movie. He answered: "We were talking to Ron Perlman to play Elvis. Bruce Campbell played Elvis (in Bubba Ho-tep), but I don’t think he wants to do it".

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Friday, January 15, 2010

Featured Video: Being Bruce Campbell

As writer/director/editor/actor (zombie).

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Thursday, January 14, 2010

The Evil Dead Playing in Denver, CO January 15-16

Esquire Theatre
590 Downing Street
Denver/Boulder CO 80218

Midnight Madness: The Evil Dead at Esquire Theatre

Fri Jan 15 11:59 pm
Sat Jan 16 11:59 pm

18+ $7.25


Featured eBay Item: Army of Darkness - Arthur's Armour- SCREEN USED "HERO"

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This is the actual screen-used "hero" armour costume worn by actor Marcus Gilbert playing the role of Lord Arthur in the 1992 released cult classic film "Army of Darkness", directed by Sam Raimi. The film starred Bruce Campbell in the role of Ash and "Evil" Ash.

Only one armour for this character was made, and no stunt double pieces were produced. This "Hero" version of this armour is the only one that exists anywhere. Due to the rarity of this piece and the cult popularity of the film, a significant starting bid has been placed on this item.


This armour was entirely handmade by armourer Jeffrey Hedgecock in 1991, in his workshop at the time- "Vorhut Fahnlein Arms & Armour" in San Diego CA.

The armour is fully wearable and made of steel, though not suited for combat due its light guage thickness. It has been professionally conserved and retains the exact condition of the piece when filming concluded.

It includes the following pieces:
Breast and backplates
1/2 gauntlets
Thigh plates
Shin plates

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Also For Sale: Army of Darkness - Gold Tooth's Armour

Evil Dead Likeness Zombie Doll ooak creepy horror gothic halloween

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this doll is one of a kind. Someone asked me to make a doll based on a character from Evil Dead. They did not end up getting the doll so I am listing it. In the first photo, I have shown the doll next to the reference photos they sent (I made the blood lighter so it looked like blood and not black goo). Painted eyes. sculpted face over a doll head. stained dress. shoes and bloomers. She is priced higher than my normal dolls of this size because she required a lot more time and is unlike anything I have done so far. Not sure if i will ever do anything like this agin but it was fun :)

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Evil Dead 3 Vs Craig Amabello the Army of Darkness

I had the Honor and Privilege of actually being in Evil Dead III / Army of Darkness. I worked as an extra on this film and made thousands of dollars in the desert of Southern California standing next to my Hero and My only True X-friend from Hollywood... Bruce Campbell. I'm only visible for a second or two, but at-least I made the final cut!... hahaha. Craig Amabello

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Hail To The King! aka Why Is This Game Soo Damn Hard?

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Chuck Conry writes:
The game may have been difficult but it sure was fun none the less. It took you from the woods to back in the time as you had to deal with that damn evil hand, the Evil Ash, Deadites, Wolverine Troops, Skeletons, AND Hellbillies, YES I said Hellbillies!!

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Bruce Campbell's Five Favorite Movies

Did you really expect Bruce Campbell to have only one horror movie on his short list of favorites? Even more shocking is the fact that the star of The Evil Dead series has a real soft spot for The Sound of Music! No one's saying that Campbell doesn't like a good scare, but this B-movie icon definitely has A-list tastes. Who knew? Looks like you really never know what's lurking beneath the surface in fright flicks or with Bruce Campbell.

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Rediscovering the Japanese Horror Flick House

Michael Atkinson writes:
It may be impossible not to be stunned into dumbness by Nobuhiko Obayashi's Hausu (House), an incredibly 1987 Japanese horror lark that was actually made in 1977. An uncanny prophecy of Sam Raimi's Evil Dead 2 a decade later, this exhumed freaker conjoins New Agey schoolgirl farce and the cheesiest then-there-were-none haunted-house dynamic imaginable, while the painted backdrop skies suggest Teletubbies and the special effects run from solarized-video-absurd to cardboard-hilarious.

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Spartacus enters new-series arena

Jeanne Jakle writes:
The way Raimi, fellow executive producer Rob Tapert and head writer Steven S. DeKnight tell it, the story of the legendary slave is worlds apart from the Spartacus Kirk Douglas and Stanley Kubrick gave us. Because of the heavy use of digital technology, it has the feel of a graphic novel.

“We didn't want to do horror,” said Tapert, a longtime collaborator with Raimi on everything from Xena to The Evil Dead. “We wanted to show gladiators battling in the arena. We wanted to bring some of the technological tools that are available to heighten action and utilize those. And as a byproduct of it, blood was spilled in a way that it was different to give it more of a balletic feel.”

“Hey, this is a show that has action, has blood, has sex, has all of those components that you don't get on network television,” Tapert said, “but all of that is just the initial wave from which behind really good drama is awaiting.”

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The new Starz series premieres at 9 p.m. on Jan. 22, 2010.

Five Things We'll Miss About Sam Raimi & Tobey Maguire's 'Spider-Man' Franchise

Josh Wigler writes:
Some fans might point towards continuity deviations, an overabundance of villains and excessive dance sequences as reasons to look forward to the new direction of "Spider-Man." But if we're being honest with each other — was it really all bad?

I have a lot of fondness for the original "Spider-Man" trilogy, and I doubt that I'm alone. While I'm certainly curious about the franchise's future, I can't help feeling some nostalgia for the old movies as they're on their way out.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Video of Bruce Campbell and Jeffrey Donovan in Iraq - November 2009

The first episode of the Raider Report, 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division's monthly update from Baghdad, Iraq. In the November episode Pfc. Mitchell Fosman tells of a visit by cast members from the TV show "Burn Notice", chapel services in Iraq, a patrol by 2-1 Cav. Sqdn. along with footage from the Raider Brigade's Thanksgiving celebration.

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What next for Sam Raimi?

Simon Brew writes:
As the fallout continues over Sony's cancellation of Spider-Man 4, there could be an unexpected upside to director Sam Raimi's departure from the Spider-Man director's chair. It seemed fairly clear that, just with Spider-Man 3, Sony wasn't giving Raimi the freedom to make the film he wanted to make, and as those of us who sat through Drag Me To Hell last year can testify, an unshackled Raimi makes for one of America's most interesting directors.

The upside, therefore, is that it leaves Raimi free to tackle one of the other projects with which he's been linked over the years.

Clearly top of the list for many of us is the long-mooted Evil Dead 4, which Raimi has been working on the script for. Could it be a project he turns to that allows him the control that he clearly wasn't getting with Spider-Man 4?

One thing we'd wager, though: we bet which project Raimi does - and we really hope it's Evil Dead 4 - doesn't end up at Sony...

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11 Geeky Ideas for Casting the New Rockford Files

Kevin Makice
Twitter was buzzing a little this weekend about NBC’s plans to relaunch the 1970s hit television series, The Rockford Files. The big question now is who will play the roguish private eye as he tackles cases no one else wants to handle.

My first reaction at hearing NBC was going to cast anyone other than Garner as Jim Rockford was scorn. Then I thought of Bruce Campbell, and the remake sounded appealing. There is no actor more universally loved by geeks than the man who showed how a chainsaw can be a fortuitous replacement for a lost hand. He gained some crime-fighting experience as an Old West bounty hunter (The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.) and has fought alongside the world’s greatest warrior (Xena) and its most resourceful spy (Burn Notice).

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Tribute to Ash From the Evil Dead Trilogy

Tribute to one of horror's greatest characters, Ash Williams, portrayed by the incredibly badass Bruce Campbell in Sam Raimi's Evil Dead Trilogy (unlike most tributes to Evil Dead on youtube, I use music used from the films) All rights belong to owners.

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Monday, January 11, 2010


A few days after Sony Pictures said it was postponing production on "Spider-Man 4" because of creative concerns, the studio on Monday said it was sending the entire franchise in for a major overhaul without star Tobey Maguire or director Sam Raimi involved.

Sony said the next Peter Parker film will also be released a year later than originally scheduled, with the fourth installment in its blockbuster franchise (worldwide gross to date: nearly $2.5 billion) now set to premiere in the summer of 2012.

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Evil Dead 2 Chainsaw Prop Replica

Just a quick video of my Evil Dead II Chainsaw Prop Replica.
Made using a Homelite XL2 and 20" Bar & Chain. Artist: Mr. S Spence.

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Readers Want Spider-Man to Battle Bruce Campbell, Michael Chiklis

Nicholas Nadel writes:
Recently announced production delays due to disagreements who should be the villain on "Spider-Man 4" have us more than a little worried. While John Malkovich as the Vulture seems to be the leading candidate for the movie's antagonist, we asked for your thoughts on which supervillain should face off against Spidey in the fourth outing.

Matt Ferrett penned an open letter to the studio producing the movie: "Dear Sony, 'Spider-Man 4' should feature Mysterio as played by Bruce Campbell. Please send my check for 1 million dollars as soon as possible."

laryhanis tried to erase all memory of Ben Affleck in spandex, writing, "I think Kingpin is a really cool character, and I don't really think his role in 'Daredevil' did him justice." In addition, lary suggests casting Michael Chiklis in the role. What? And just ignore his involvement in the "Fantastic Four" movie? Actually, that's not a terrible idea.

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Sam Raimi’s Other Superhero Franchise

Stephen Tramontana writes:
Instead of wasting time with Sony, Raimi should maybe think about returning to his other superhero franchise. The one he created in 1990 for Universal: Darkman. True, Universal made two direct-to-video (graveyard) sequels starring future-Mummy Arnold Vosloo. But the time has never been better for comic book re-imaginings. Hulk was ready to go after a five year slumber; Batman after seven years.

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