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25 Things You May Not Know About 'The Evil Dead'

MovieFone: Every horror fan and gorehound worth his or her weight in red-tinted corn syrup has seen 'The Evil Dead,' the landmark low-budget horror classic that debuted 30 years ago this week (on October 15, 1981) and launched the careers of director Sam Raimi and actor Bruce Campbell. But even fans of the 'Spider-Man' director, the 'Burn Notice' star, or the demonic-possession tale that gave them their start when they were still college students three decades ago may not know all the gory details behind the making of the movie -- the real-life ghost story behind the abandoned cabin where it was filmed, the horrors endured by the cast during the lengthy shoot, the high-profile fans who gave the movie a boost, and the ever-ongoing list of sequels and spinoffs (including a stage musical) that 'Evil Dead' continues to generate.

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Supercell - The All Black X-MEN Type of Show We Crave - GEEK GAME TYTE

Supacell, the new Netflix UK six part series by Andrew Onwubolu aka Rapman, is about to redefine the superhero genre. Think of it as the all-Black X-Men show we’ve been craving, packed with action, drama, and superpowers. With an all-star cast featuring Tosin Cole from House Party 2023, Eric Kofi-Abrefa from BMF, and Adelayo Adedayo from “The Responder,” this show will be your radar this June 2024. Here’s everything you need to know about Supacell.

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The Exorcism Movie Review - Fortress of Solitude

Possession films are a dime a dozen with tons of motion pictures about people spewing pea soup when those pesky demons occupy and live rent free in their bodies.

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My Anxiety Personified In "Inside Out 2" - Review | Everyone Gaming

Inside Out 2 has got to be the animation movie of the year for me so far. It had everything I wanted from the original and so much more I never could have anticipated. From the very first opening scene with that nostalgic, wholesome piano keys of the theme sound from the first movie, it was like my soul was transported back into the feelings the first movie brought about while bringing me wholly into the world of the sequel.

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