Monday, August 30, 2021

‘The Evil Dead’: NECA Previews Upcoming 40th Anniversary Action Figure of a Young Bruce Campbell!









Originally teased back in February, NECA will soon be releasing an Ash Williams action figure that pays tribute to Sam Raimi’s original The Evil Dead, which is notable considering previous Ash figures were always based on the sequels and, more recently, the TV series.

Yes, we’re finally getting a 1981 Ash from NECA, and NECA has taken to social media today to show off another sneak peek that gives us our first look at the brand new head sculpt.

The Evil Dead turns 40 years old here in 2021, and it looks like the figure will come with a slew of accessories including an axe, shotgun, chainsaw, lantern and tape recorder.


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Wednesday, August 25, 2021

Bruce Campbell Gets Campbell Family Crest as His First Tattoo









A new photo posted to Instagram reveals Bruce Campbell's first tattoo, the Campbell family crest, which is now inked onto the actor's shoulder.


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Joseph LoDuca Interview (Evil Dead, Army of Darkness Composer)


Here is a NEW episode of The Celebrity Hour Podcast where the show is related to all things Movies, Music, and Entertainment! Here on this new episode, host Bryan Kluger from Boomstick Comics, High Def Digest, and Screen Rant joins musician/composer JOSEPH LODUCA as they talk music, Film, and more. They discuss the Evil Dead franchise, Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi, Hereafter, and more


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Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Bruce Campbell Torches British Film Classification Board Over Story on ‘Evil Dead’ Rating History









Bruce Campbell on Wednesday went full Ash Williams after the British Board of Film Classification shared a story about its rating history for his iconic horror film, The Evil Dead.

The 1981 gore-fest written and directed by Sam Raimi — which spawned a beloved franchise — was banned in some countries, such as on home video for a period in England, and initially slapped with an X (later NC-17) in America.


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Friday, August 13, 2021

Evil Dead Rise Director Reveals A LOT of Blood in New Photo


Production continues on Evil Dead Rise, the latest entry in the long-running horror franchise, and director Lee Cronin has taken to social media to offer another gnarly tease of the film. The caption on Cronin's tweet simply reads: "Friday, bloody Friday. #EvilDeadRise," and accompanies an image that looks like a parking lot that is completely soaked in blood, the only amount that's acceptable for Evil Dead.


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Thursday, August 12, 2021

‘The Evil Dead’ Celebrating 40th Anniversary With Theatrical Re-Release in October; Tickets on Sale Friday the 13th!



While we wait for new movie Evil Dead Rise, Sam Raimi‘s original The Evil Dead is coming back to theaters this Halloween season, and tickets are up for grabs this Friday, August 13!

The Evil Dead, celebrating its 40th anniversary, will return to theaters nationwide courtesy of Fathom Events and Grindhouse Releasing on Thursday, October 7 at 7:30 p.m. (local time).

“In addition to the terrifying movie that spawned a film, TV, and video game franchise, attendees will be treated to an exclusive introduction from Bruce Campbell.”

Tickets are available for purchase at and through participating cinemas’ box offices. For a complete list of theater locations visit the Fathom Events website.


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Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Evil Dead Reboot Director Addresses Status of His Planned Sequel









"There is definitely a chance [of a follow-up]. The problem is, we have to stop saying there is a chance, because then there's a headline the next day, 'There's a new movie coming!' and, no!" Alvarez joked to "This is what I can tell [you]: [producer] Rob Tapert and [director] Sam Raimi, we're like family. We get together once in a while, we had a great experience making that movie, they gave us a career in this business. We always discuss that and there was some discussion very early on about a sequel and we haven't gotten to write it, we never wrote a script, but we knew where it was gonna go and, at that point, for some reason, it didn't happen. And now it went [the Evil Dead Rise] route."


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BONUS: Embeth Davidtz talks about Army of Darkness (January 2010)

Thursday, August 5, 2021

Evil Dead: The Game Delayed to February 2022


Saber Interactive and Boss Team Games have announced that Evil Dead: The Game has been delayed to February 2022 to give the team extra time to polish the game and to add a single-player option.

The delay was confirmed on Twitter, with the team sharing the news alongside reassuring fans that this will allow them to create the "ultimate Evil Dead experience you're all waiting for."


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