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Sam Raimi Is Working on Ideas for the Next Evil Dead Movie, With Bruce Campbell Returning

Sam Raimi would like to see another Evil Dead movie on the big screen. During an interview with Bloody Delicious for his upcoming disaster monster movie Crawl, the Spider-Man director spoke about wanting to return to one of his most well known horror-comedy franchises.

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Remember Some of Horror’s Bravest Female Warriors With This Infographic

Which Final Girls made the final cut?

It's never a bad thing to be reminded of some of the best Final Girls, especially as movies and shows like The Final Girls and Scream Queens try to turn the trope on its head.

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Things We Saw Today: The Final Girls Trailer is Buckets of Fun

As in blood buckets.

Check out the trailer for a peek at what looks like a cross between Cabin in the Woods and Tucker and Dale vs. Evil with a girl-powered twist.

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The Ash Vs. Evil Dead Poster Is Here

Go to Kinko's, print it out, hang it on your wall.

From the "Groovy" plate, to the grim-faced trio of scowls, to the blood-spattered title card, this poster-sized promo for Ash vs. Evil Dead looks truly amazing.

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Groovy! Ash vs. Evil Dead Releases Chainsaw-Filled First Teaser and Poster

Boomshtick.

Production on Starz's Ash vs. Evil Dead hasn't even started yet, but the DEAD WAIT FOR NO ONE! The series' first teaser is here, and what it lacks in substance it makes up for in CHAINSAW ACTION.

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Lucy Lawless to Stomp Deadite Ass in the Ash vs. Evil Dead TV Show!

Groovy.

Or maybe she'll stomp Ash's ass? It's not clear yet, but there had better be some Xena-ass-stompage to be found. Aiaiaiaiaiaiai!

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Sleepy Hollow Alum to Star Alongside Bruce Campbell in Starz’s Evil Dead Series

Join us...

Way to keep making an improbable project seem significantly cooler, Starz: according to The Hollywood Reporter, Girlfriends and Sleepy Hollow actress Jill Marie Jones has signed on to co-star in the 10-episode Evil Dead sequel series Ash vs. Evil Dead.

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Brace Yourselves, Deadites. Bruce Campbell Promises the Evil Dead TV Series Is “the Real Deal”

Groovy.

Evil Dead is coming back again, but this isn't going to be a quick cash-in remake. The movie series is getting a true continuation on TV in Ash Vs. Evil Dead with its original characters, creators, and even iconic star Bruce Campbell, and he's got a lot to say about why this new show is the "real deal" that fans have been waiting for.

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So We’re Getting an Evil Dead TV Series Starring BRUCE CAMPBELL

Raised from the dead by the Necremakeicon.

Evil Dead will rise from the grave again—this time, thanks to Starz. The premium network will bring Sam Raimi and producing partner Rob Tapert back together with none other than Bruce Campbell as the series' main character, Ash. Groovy.

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Things We Saw Today: An AT-ST For C-A-T-S

I can haz Endor?

Here's an All Terrain Scout Transpurrt for your cat, because if there's anything the angriest variety of domesticated animal needs, it's blasters.

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San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 2

Nesting dolls! They made nesting dolls!

Good morning, nerds! As those of us who live east of the Rockies slept, Comic-Con raged on. We'll be continuing our coverage throughout the day, but first, we've assembled a few overnight highlights for your bleary eyes. To wit: Orphan Black fans are great! Teen Wolf is coming back! The Avengers taught George R.R. Martin how to kill! And...wait, what's that about an Evil Dead TV series?

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Nerdy Knittings: All Your Favorite Nerdy/Horror Characters Made Out of Yarn

I need to learn to knit now...

Oxford-based Hannah Simpson sells knitted dolls based on her favorite nerdy and horror movies!

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Lego Minifigs of the 80s You Dreamed Of

Our Adorable Past

Travel back in time with us again, but this time to a version of the 80s that never actually existed. Lego's pretty into the licensed tie-in these days, but kids of the 80s had no such luck. Designer/artist Dan Shearn seeks to rectify this, if only in the form of .jpgs images.

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Dead Serious: Blood, Guts, and Casual Sexism Splatter Evil Dead

Review

When the tortured and bloodied bodies of adolescents strewn willy-nilly across a widescreen isn't the thing making you uncomfortable in a theater, you know something, somewhere has gone wrong. Based on the camp classic original, (more about that in a moment) the new Evil Dead, in a surprising homage to the film that ‘inspired’ it, is a movie that isn’t aware that it’s bad. A tonal slog that’s a bare-faced unpleasant time (and in not the way it’s intended), Evil Dead has some good cringe-worthy moments, and some things about it that just made me cringe. Read on for a chilling tale of guts, gore, false advertising, VFX lauding, and how the tired trope of casual sexism can be a real bore. Contains spoilers, as well as some specific mentions of R-rated gory violence. Chances are, if you weren’t going to watch the films for the sake of your tastes or stomach, you might not want to read this.

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New Green Band Evil Dead Trailer Gives Us All of the Creepiness, Less of the Gore [VIDEO]

Bloody Good Fun

I can't be the only one who chose not to wath the red band Evil Dead trailer. If I recall correctly, I was going to watch it, but then I heard how, er, intense it is, and I was eating an early lunch, and… look, it just didn't seem like a good call at the time, is what I'm saying. So here's a green band trailer—a.k.a. one that's much more likely to play in an actual movie theater and is therefore lighter on the particularly gruesome stuff—for A) my fellow wimps, or B) your general person who's looking forward to the Evil Dead remake. It may not have a lot of blood, guts, and body mutilation, but it's still creepy as hell. (via: Collider) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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Our First Poster for the Remade Evil Dead

Bloody Good Fun

It's one thing to remake a classic horror film, but when you do it by giving the formerly male lead role to a female character, you arouse our interest. Here's the first poster for Evil Dead, the upcoming remake of The Evil Dead. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +? Previously in Evil Dead

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Things We Saw Today: Jon Hamm & Daniel Radcliffe In A Bathtub?

Things We Saw Today

Well we've seen Daniel Radcliffe in a bathtub in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire but this is something different all together. It's a shot from Radcliffe's new film with Mad Men star Jon Hamm, A Young Doctor's Notebook. In it, Radcliffe plays the younger version of Hamm's character. And this is extremely bizarre. (via Collider

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A Very Netflix Halloween: Our Top 10 Halloween Picks On Instant Watch

Horror movies and Halloween go together like football and Thanksgiving, or Christmas and screaming recriminations. No doubt plenty of our livelier cohorts will be doing things they can feel bad about posting on Facebook later on tonight, but for those of us who are staying in tonight like dang old grownups, we put together a list of our favorite selections for Halloween that you can access right from your Netflix Instant Queue. These movies are guaranteed instant Halloween -- just add a snack, an adult beverage of your choice, and someone to snuggle up with for the scary parts.

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Things We Saw Today: All The Hurricane Sandy Things

Things We Saw Today

We've been seeing a lot of Hurricane Sandy memes, fake photos, and even hurricane cats around the net today. I'm still voting horse head jogger guy as my favorite item. (via The FW

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Evil Dead Red Band Trailer Is Seriously Evil, Seriously Dead, Seriously Red

Bloody Good Fun

If you aren't hip to the whole "red band" thing, allow us to explain. Usually trailers have a "green band," that bit that comes before the trailer. It means the The Motion Picture Association of America has put their stamp on it to play before films with equal ratings. But trailers that go so far past the point of acceptable language, violence, or sex get a red band. They can be played in theaters with R, NC-17, or unrated films but it doesn't happen often. Before you hit play, let me just say, the Evil Dead remake trailer should have been given a "plaid band." Watch at your own risk. (If you don't get the plaid reference, I've embedded a video to explain after the jump.)

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