Friday, December 24, 2021


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.

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See also:
Super Fun Time (aka my interview ;) with Scott Spiegel! :) -
Scott Spiegel-Produced Welcome to Purgatory Takes You to the Afterlife with Jillian Murray
Book Of The Dead Interviews Scott Spiegel

Thursday, December 23, 2021

The Entire Main Cast of Sam Raimi’s ‘The Evil Dead’ Will Be Back in ‘Evil Dead: The Game’!









Boss Team Games and Saber Interactive’s Evil Dead: The Game is still on track for a 2022 release, set to feature single-player and co-op gameplay, promising to be the ultimate Evil Dead experience in the world of video games. Several characters from the movies and TV series will be playable in the game, along with four different versions of Ash Williams.

And yes, Bruce Campbell is voicing all the different versions of Ash – including Evil Ash! – being joined by several other returning stars from the franchise’s past.

Other confirmed playable characters thus far include Ellen Sandweiss‘s Cheryl Williams from The Evil DeadMarcus Gilbert‘s Arthur from Army of Darkness, and Richard DeManincor‘s Scotty from The Evil Dead, as well as Ray Santiago‘s Pablo Simon Bolivar and Dana DeLorenzo‘s Kelly Maxwell from “Ash vs. Evil Dead,” with the demon Eligos from the Starz series being included as well. Henrietta from Evil Dead 2 and Evil Ash from Army of Darkness will also be featured in the game, as well as Henry the Red from Army of Darkness.

The team has also announced some new additions today, confirming that Betsy Baker will be back as The Evil Dead‘s Linda, alongside Theresa Tilly‘s Shelly in “special appearances.” Presumably that means the actors will be voicing their original characters, and this now means that all five main actors from Sam Raimi’s original The Evil Dead will be back for the game!


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Monday, December 13, 2021

‘Evil Dead: The Game’ – Ash Slashes Through the Snow in Awesome Winter Shot from Next Year’s Game








A brand new image from the game was unveiled as part of a Saber Interactive presentation over the weekend, and it puts Ash in an unfamiliar environment: a Winter Wonderland!

This confirms that the different maps will feature add-on weather elements, allowing you to plunge the world of The Evil Dead into a snowy Winter setting for the first time ever.

Now that’s what we call groovy.


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Cheryl Williams image also shared during the Saber Interactive presentation.

Sunday, December 12, 2021

Bruce Campbell Reflects On 40 Years Of Cult Classic 'Evil Dead', Reveals He Would Be Interested In Returning For An Animated Series









Following four decades of playing the Deadite-fighting action hero, Campbell has mentioned that the role has become a bit too physically demanding on him, but fortunately for fans, there may be a glimmer of hope for more Ash on the small screen.

When asked if he would be interested in making an Evil Dead animated television series to alleviate the stress of fight scenes and stunts, the answer is a resounding yes. "I can do the voice," he teases. Time for fans to cross their fingers and hope!

Evil Dead: The Game is bringing back more of the series’ original actors









Evil Dead: The Game is apparently bringing back a few more of the original actors from the classic 1981 movie. According to series star Bruce Campbell, the actors behind The Evil Dead’s Cheryl Williams and Scotty are returning to voice their characters in the game – over 40 years later.


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Editor's Note:

Be sure to check out Howard Haunt's interview with Betsy Baker and Theresa Tilly from October 22, 2021 here. Around the 30:50 mark, Betsy Baker confirms all five actors from The Evil Dead have recorded their voices for the upcoming videogame, Evil Dead: The Game. Additionally, she goes on to say, "We're all in it. And they're using the likeness all of five characters."

Friday, December 10, 2021

Saber Interactive Showcase ft. The Evil Dead: The Game & Bruce Campbell



Tune in brand new reveals as well as a special chat about The Evil Dead: The Game, with Ash Williams himself, Bruce Campbell, as well as Saber Interactive's Tim Willits and host of The Game Awards, Geoff Keighley.


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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Evil Dead: The Game publisher teases more info and four brand new game announcements this week









Evil Dead: The Game publisher Saber Interactive has declared it’ll be showing more of the upcoming asymmetrical horror game and revealing four new games over the next week.

According to the press release, one of these new games will be revealed at The Game Awards on Thursday night. Focus Entertainment will be publishing, continuing their partnership from Snowrunner and World War Z. Following that, three more games will be announced during the Twitch Winter Gathering on Friday, December 10. There’s no further clues on what these other games will be, so we’ll have to tune in to find out.

However, this Twitch event will also host a reveal of some brand new information on Evil Dead: The Game. Saber’s CCO Tim Willits, Game Awards host Geoff Keighley and Evil Dead actor Bruce Campbell will sit down for a chat. There, they’ll be offering more insight, and giving fans the first update since it was delayed to February 2022 to add a singleplayer portion.

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Sam Raimi Producing Supernatural Romantic Comedy ‘You’re Dead Helene’!








Brad Miska writes:


As director, it’s been too long since Sam Raimi had a little fun with the genre. While his Evil Dead series turned slapstick, his Ghost House Pictures produced a blistering remake that socked the audience right in the face. As producer, he’s also been behind several great genre offerings from Don’t Breathe to Crawl.

Next up, he’s once again blending horror and comedy with You’re Dead Helene, which is based on Michiel Blanchart’s award-winning short film (pictured), which he wrote and directed, says Deadline.

TriStar Pictures has acquired the rights to the supernatural romantic comedy, which is being produced by Raimi and Rob Tapert at Ghost House and Michaël Goldberg and Boris Van Gils at Playbox Pictures. Caellum Allan will oversee the project for TriStar Pictures. Romel Adam will oversee for Ghost House.

“The film is touching and terrifying. Michiel is one of the few modern directors that can balance humor and terror, and he does it in an exciting new way,” said Raimi.


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