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    ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ and what Sam Raimi did right

    Editor’s note: This article started as a comparison between Army of Darkness and Oz the Great and Powerful, until a colleague pointed out that Matt Singer beat me to the punch by posting a similar article over at IndieWire. So I decided to expand on my original piece instead. **** Oz the Great and Powerful […] More

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    4 Things We Hope To See In ‘Evil Dead 4’

    This auspicious feature debut from fresh out of film school filmmaker Sam Raimi – shot on 16mm in the woods of Tennessee for around $350,000 – remains a benchmark of modern horror. While many will argue the sequel is far more entertaining, The Evil Dead works far better as a straight up horror film. It […] More

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    When Comedy meets Horror

    The prior four articles of the good and ugly in comedy horror, all of it was in the run down to this final part. We’ve looked at Frank Henenlotter, Joe Dante, and an unfathomable number of pratfalls, puns, sarcastic one liners and gore, gore, gore. If you’re favourite comedy horror hasn’t appeared, tell us what it […] More

  • Time For Another Visit to THE Cabin

    Easily one of the most requested titles for Blu-ray™ from Anchor Bay Entertainment’s unparalleled library of horror films, Sam Raimi’s 1981 cult classic The Evil Dead will officially make its high definition debut on August 31st with The Evil Dead Blu-ray™. For the release, two all-new 1080p anamorphic transfers in 1.85 and the original director-composed […] More

  • The Evil Dead makes a comeback!

    Once upon a time a good movie was in theatres. Don’t you love that story? I think the more fitting opening would be “once in a blue moon”. Well, you can cut your own hand off and strap that chainsaw to your arm because The Evil Dead is back! Yes, it’s true! And oh how sweet […] More