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    Bruce Campbell Blames The Internet For His Own Comments About 'Army Of Darkness 2'

    There is no one who loves to talk about "Army Of Darkness" sequels more than Bruce Campbell, and give him a place to sit and a microphone, he'll gladly discuss plans for more movies. This has been going for years. But in the wake of his latest idle chatter, where he once again suggested a sequel was...

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    Turning Ash into Mia: Changing the Gender of One of Horror's Most Iconic Characters

    In the past few years, horror films have seen more than their fair share of sequels, remakes and reimaginings. As a genre, it's been particularly hospitable to distinctive, memorable characters, allowing for easy reinvention, as well as an affinity for ending movies with an inconclusive twitch of th...

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    Fede Alvarez Says Sam Raimi Will Direct 'Army Of Darkness 2,' Bruce Campell Confirms He'll Return

    Even though the "Evil Dead" remake was a remorselessly dull and dumb movie, it seems there is a certain faction of people how are still legitimately interested in an "Army Of Darkness" sequel. Lord knows it has been talked about forever, but it seems there is a minor head of steam building around th...

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    SXSW Review: Why Fede Alvarez's 'Evil Dead' Remake Can't Match the Fun of the Originals

    The first two entries in Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead" trilogy -- released in 1981 and 1987, respectively -- delivered such delightfully inventive takes on the horror genre that no remake could possibly match their originality. Respectably enough, with his snazzy redressing of the first movie, director Fe...

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    Get Ready For The 'Evil Dead' Remake: Watch Sam Raimi's 1978 Short Film 'Within the Woods' That Started It All

    If you’re a fan of the "Evil Dead" series, you’ll probably want to stop everything that you’re doing right now. Sam Raimi’s 1978 short film “Within the Woods,” the film that inspired “The Evil Dead,” is now available in its entirety via YouTube. Given that all too often the news brings a coal-in-the...

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    New Films By James Franco, Paul Verhoeven, Peter Greenaway & Mike Figgis Added To The Rome Film Festival

    Even though Rome Film Festival head Marco Mueller had been promising two surprise additions to his line-up -- strongly hinting toward Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" being one of them -- we're not sure any of these latest additions qualify as left field shockers. But for cinema buffs, they do...

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    NYCC: 'Evil Dead' Trailer Thrills At Panel For The Remake & Suggests Same Old Scares In A Bright New Package

    On Saturday, at New York Comic Con, darkness rolled over the IGN Theater, as a special presentation from next spring's Screen Gems remake of Sam Raimi's immortal horror classic "Evil Dead" was unveiled, including the first-ever screening of footage. In attendance were the remake's director Fede Alva...

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    The Comforts of 'Burn Notice': How USA's Spy Drama Has Staved Off Stagnation While Keeping to What It Does Best

    To sing the praises of USA Network's "Burn Notice" (the sixth season summer finale of which aired last night) is to run the risk of seeming to damn the show with faint praise. It is not the first of channel's quirky hour-long comedy-dramas, nor the most critically acclaimed, though...

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    Bruce Campbell Has Seen ‘Evil Dead’ Remake, Says Film "Will Be Just As Memorable As The Original”

    It’s been a short spell since word on the Sam Raimi-produced “Evil Dead” remake had advanced, as last we heard the cast was finalized and production was ticking away in New Zealand, away from the naysayers’ vitriol. However, while initial fan-rage may have simmered, or been completely forgotten abou...

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    'Oz The Great And Powerful' Won't Feature Tin Man Or Scarecrow, Will Have Flying Baboon Army & Bruce Campbell

    So yesterday brought the first big reveal at Comic-Con, with attendees getting footage from Sam Raimi's "Oz The Great And The Powerful," and the rest of us getting a trailer shortly after the Hall H presentation ended. And the feedback so far? Mixed to say the least. And while the movi...

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