Source: AM 21
Source: AM 21
Shout Factory has revealed that it is preparing a brand new 4K restoration of Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness (1992), starring Bruce Campbell, Embeth Davidtz, Marcus Gilbert, Ian Abercrombie, and Richard Grove. The restoration will be released on 4K Blu-ray and Blu-ray after it is completed in 2021.
Synopsis: Ash is transported back to medieval days, where he is captured by the dreaded Lord Arthur. Aided by the deadly chainsaw that has become his only friend, Ash is sent on a perilous mission to recover the Book of the Dead, a powerful tome that gives its owner the power to summon an army of ghouls.
*Media Play News was first to report the news (see below image from Media Play News September 2020).
hope u like it! this is a project i made with my brothers, its a kind of tribute... remake... version... of the classic horror film EVIL DEAD! from Sam Raimi, 1981. its made with the stopmotion technic, using a bunch of legos, clay, and a lot of Fake blood! If you like it, please comment and subscribe! i would like to read your opinion, and i´m thinking in make more similar stuff... what do you think?
“Inspired by the 1981 classic’s cult following, HAIL TO THE DEADITES is a documentary about the fans of the EVIL DEAD franchise. Through interviews with the cast, crew, collectors, fans, freaks and geeks, HAIL TO THE DEADITES seeks to illuminate the darkest reaches of the EVIL DEAD franchise’s undying and still-growing popularity, a popularity that has spawned four films, a TV series, comic books, figurines, and surpassed even its creator’s wildest dreams. HAIL TO THE DEADITES puts the spotlight on the fans that cultivated and spread this groovy pop-culture infection! It celebrates those who’ve celebrated the films!
Besides meeting with fans around the world, the 80 minutes documentary feature interviews with Evil Dead franchise cast members such as Bruce Campbell, Ted Raimi, Betsy Baker, Theresa Tilly, Ellen Sandweiss, Richard DeManincor, Tom Sullivan, Dan Hicks, Kassie Wesley DePaiva, Sarah Berry, Rick Domeier & Bill Moseley.
Just in time for Halloween, Campbell will host a screening of his breakout film Evil Dead, the cult Spam-in-a-cabin film that spawned a decades-spanning career fighting deadites as Ash Williams.
After the flick, Campbell will host a chat and audience Q&A, dishing the behind-the-scenes deets on the Evil Dead franchise and most anything else fans want to know.
To quote the poet Taylor Swift, “Are we out of the woods yet?” There’s a new Evil Dead movie (call it a reboot or a sequel if you must) coming our way courtesy of The Hole in the Ground director Lee Cronin. Cronin was handpicked by original Evil Dead director Sam Raimi, and while Bruce Campbell won’t be back to star, he’s still producing – and he just dropped some interesting info about the project. According to Campbell, the film – titled Evil Dead Rise – is going to trade in the more rural, woodland setting of Evil Deads past for a city setting.
During a Q&A at an Evil Dead screening at the Mahoning Drive-In Theater recently (via Bloody Disgusting), Bruce Campbell told the crowd that in the new Evil Dead film, Evil Dead Rise, “The Evil Dead are going to fuck up a city this time.” Campbell didn’t elaborate further, but this confirmation gels with a rumor that was making the rounds recently.
Now before we go any further on this one, keep in mind that this is still in rumour territory. That being said, if it’s true, then Mortal Kombat 11 just got everyone’s attention again.
During a live Instagram question and answer session on August 31 with Richard Epcar, the voice actor for both Raiden and the Joker, Epcar let slip that Bruce “don’t call me Ash” Campbell is coming to the game after all. This is of course after Bruce put the initial kibosh on the rumour last year after fans had datamined the game and found evidence that Ash would be part of the roster.
“Oh, that’s right. Bruce Campbell will be in Mortal Kombat. That’s right,” says Epcar in response to a fan question about the potential of Campbell’s inclusion. “He’s going to be a part of the new package.” The “new package” Epcar is referring to is another Kombat Pack installment.