Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Bruce Campbell: Heroes And Inspirations

“Cult hero” is an overused phrase in pop culture commentary, but no two words better describe Bruce Campbell. He’s a genre icon, the man with the most famous chin in Hollywood and the star of some of horror cinema’s most revered cult classics. From The Evil Dead and Maniac Cop to Bubba Ho Tep and My Name Is Bruce, Campbell has starred in some of the best, and worst, films our genre has to offer, but each one will be remembered because of his participation.

When SFX speaks to Campbell, he’s in the final weeks of shooting for the latest season of his wildly successful TV series Burn Notice, in which he plays a washed up, heavy-drinking former super-spy. Campbell cites its portrayal of the “human side of spying” as what appealed to him – exactly what you would expect from a man who managed to make a goofball fight with his own severed hand believably human.

During our all-too-brief chat Campbell cites heroes and inspirations ranging from the great and the good of silent cinema to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, from his first experiences in front of the big screen to what it means to be a hero today. Bruce Campbell may be one of a kind, but his influences are myriad. As a wise man once said, “Groovy.”

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Monday, December 24, 2012


Scott Spiegel - 2007

Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, Frank Darabont, and Scott Spiegel - 1996

Scott Spiegel co-wrote Evil Dead 2 with Sam Raimi.

He also introduced Quentin Tarantino to producer Lawrence Bender, who helped Tarantino get Reservoir Dogs (1992) made. Tarantino subsequently credited Spiegel with helping him establish his filmmaking career.

Mr. Spiegel recently directed Hostel: Part III, which was released to DVD in December of 2011.

Click Here For Mr. Spiegel's IMDB Page

See also:
Book Of The Dead Interviews Scott Spiegel

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

eBay: Custom 1/6 "Evil Dead" Ash Williams created by One's Custom (One Of A Kind)

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-Ash sculpt by One's Custom
-Ash body, clothes, harness, boots all created by One's Custom
-Sideshow riffle weathered by One's Custom
-Chainsaw Created by me ( mixture of metal and wood with a rip cord effect)

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Saturday, December 15, 2012

'Dead Season' - American broadcast premiere on Syfy tonight at 9pm EST

Dead Season, which features Evil Dead 2’s Danny Hicks, makes its American broadcast premiere on the Syfy channel tonight at 9pm EST. The movie is also available on Netflix Instant Streaming.

Source: Danny Hicks Fan Page | Facebook

Dead Season, The Movie, Official Website

Friday, December 14, 2012


Click Here For Ted's IMDB Page

Be sure to check out Ted in Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader streaming on Netflix right now.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Evil Dead Star Jane Levy Talks Remaking the Cult Classic

The sizable shoes of the beloved Evil Dead trilogy’s Ash are pretty tough to fill, but Jane Levy, star of ABC’s Suburgatory, isn’t sweating it. While speaking to journalists at New York Comic Con, she revealed she’s playing a completely different character – named Mia – in the remake.

And, despite that rabid fans are skeptical about the 1981 cult classic being updated, Levy is certain it’ll blow their minds – especially because the original team of Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert are producing. She discussed how first-time director Fede Alvarez pushed her on set and imparted his love for the genre into his vision for the film, the advice she was given while auditioning for the role, her immersion into horror movie education and playing a butt-kicking female protagonist, and why this film was the most challenging of her career.

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