Saturday, April 10, 2010

The Lucid Nightmare: REVIEW: The Evil Dead

Jay Shatzer writes:
The Evil Dead is an atmospheric low-budget gorefest, where a group of friends travel to a secluded cabin in the woods, only to unknowingly unleash an ancient evil by playing a taperecorder that recites passages from the Book of the Dead. This evil entity begins to possess the group, plaguing them with demons from without and within. The paranoia of not knowing who to trust and how to stop the evil from overtaking them all, is a blood soaked fun ride and one that never lets go as they all one by one surcome to the possesions of the demons. This film has an engaging style and an excellent cast that literally go through hell in order to complete what is considered, in my eyes as, a masterpiece of horror cinema and one of my favorite films of all time. Let's get on to the good stuff.

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