This remake manages to keep the spirit of the original, while giving us a new story. And gore. Lots of gore.
‘Evil Dead’ climbs out of the crawlspace on April 5th.
Digest breakfast first.
Really great, but only sorta powerful.
Right before lunch.
Cool it with the trailers for trailers, marketing people.
So that’s where James Franco’s been hiding. The Land of Oz.
Hail to the King, baby.
She’d look hot with a chainsaw hand.
No one else is fit to wield his chainsaw.
A short horror vignette from director Ted Raimi.
What sorcery brought this project to fruition?
James Franco is going to pull a rabbit out of her.
Could a show about girls with guns be successful?
Which director will Disney set sail with? Hey, that pun kinda works with the visual themes of the movie. Great.
Braffin’ it up big time!
March 2013?! You know how many PhD’s James Franco can earn in that time?
If Slash gets a ‘Frankenstein’ movie, then everyone gets a ‘Frankenstein’ movie.
‘Oz, The Great and Powerful’ has found its good witch.
Weisz is in talks to play a witchy woman in Disney’s ‘Oz, the Great and the Powerful’.
‘Oz: The Great and Powerful’ director is Team Swank. Disney is Team Michelle Williams.
The good news is, it doesn’t sound terrible. The bad news is, ‘Burn Notice’ comes first.
What young girl doesn’t dream of getting passed around like a doobie between two stoners? Blake Lively certainly must. She’s the current front runner to play the female lead in Oliver Stone’s new drama, ‘The Savages’.
The best horror movie deaths of the 2000’s feature a batch of surprise deaths that shocked and enthused the viewers more than they disgusted them. While the horror movies of…
James Franco is going to try acting in a movie for a change.
Mila Kunis had better start practice terrorizing farm girls and their little dogs. In a bit of bizarro casting against type, the attractive actress will play the Wicked Witch of the West in Sam Raimi’s Wizard of Oz prequel Oz, The Great And Powerful.
A longtime producer of Sam Raimi films has stirred the pot among Evil Dead fanboys by saying that Raimi is considering overseeing a remake of the original by a young director.
Robert Downey Jr. is out, so the Disney folks called Johnny Depp. They used the telephone in CEO Bob Iger’s office that’s a direct line to Depp’s meditation cave.
On the heels of announcing that they had scooped up Jeffrey Dean Morgan, the producers of Dibbuk Box have signed Kyra Sedgwick as well.