Submitted by Best-Horror-Movies 1012d ago | video

Evil Dead Full Redband Trailer

In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin. When they discover a Book of the Dead, they unwittingly summon up dormant demons living in the nearby woods, which possess the youngsters in succession until only one is left intact to fight for survival (Cinema, Evil Dead)

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Best-Horror-Movies  +   1012d ago
This looks like it might be really good and perhaps the goriest horror film to hit theaters in a long time.
akaFullMetal  +   1012d ago
Looks really good, and you can see already in the trailer the similarities with the original.
Best-Horror-Movies  +   1012d ago
I agree I was pleasantly surprised
Deku-Johnny  +   1012d ago
This film is long over due. Evil Dead how it was always suppose to be!
mushroomwig  +   1012d ago
'Evil Dead how it was always suppose to be!'

Hardly, the original movies will always be the best. To state that a remake is what it was always supposed to be is beyond ridiculous.
Deku-Johnny  +   1011d ago
"To state that a remake is what it was always supposed to be is beyond ridiculous.", no it's a fact.

I'm in not saying the originals aren't amazing but they're funny, they weren't suppose to be funny. Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell are the ones who decided to make this remake. They're not doing it for the sake of it, they're doing it so that it can be how it was always suppose to be, a horror film.
Reibooi  +   1011d ago
Wasen't the only one that was supposed to be scary the first one?(Which it was for the time) The second one had so much purposeful humor in it there is no way they intended it to be scary and it came off wrong. I mean the crazy laughing dear head for example. No way that could come off as anything other then funny.

Still I like the way this looks. It still kinda feels like the original Evil Dead in a way but also brings it up a notch. It doesn't feel like a cheap cash in which most remakes do. Can't wait to see it.
Genki  +   1012d ago
Good gawd...I don't even know what to say. Must watch.
mushroomwig  +   1012d ago
How about some original ideas for a change? I know I know, that's asking a lot.
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Genki  +   1012d ago
Originality solely for the sake of it never equals success. You can't just throw new ideas at the wall and see if they stick. If improvement of an existing concept or idea results in something good, then mission accomplished.
aiBreeze  +   1011d ago
The trailer makes it look good but they focus almost entirely on the horror parts.. for all we know they could just be showing the last thirty to forty minutes while we spend an hour watching a bunch of cardboard people making cliche dialogue painful to watch and listen to. I hope it's good but any remake these days has me very skeptical.

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