SHOCK gets the exclusive teaser trailer for new EVIL DEAD fan documentary HAIL TO THE DEADITES. With the premier of […]
Hope you’ve got a region-free player because the Evil Dead films are being collected by Via Vision Entertainment. Available only in Australia and New Zealand, The Evil Dead Anthology is poised to street on November 26th.
This is the first time The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness and the Evil Dead redo are being packaged and released. The set you see above comes with four Blu-Rays and an additional three DVDs devoted to rare and previously unreleased bonus material. The set also includes Invaluable which highlights the talents of the original Evil Dead special effects designer and illustrator, Tom Sullivan.
Mondo is revisiting Sam Raimi’s sequels Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness. If you recall, the company recited incantations from the Necronomicon in 2013 and brought forth two great prints. This time, artists Randy Ortiz, Richey Beckett and Tom Whalen are involved and, come tomorrow, Mondo will be dropping the prints you see here onto the public. As usual, you’ll need to follow Mondo’s Twitter page to find out when this will go up for sale (usually in the a.m.). There will be variants as well. Check ’em out!
Evil Dead helmer Fede Alvarez directs tomorrow night’s episode of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (airing at 9pm on El Rey) and Shock had a moment to speak with him this morning about not just his contributions to that show’s bloodsucker-filled universe but about the status of Evil Dead 2 as well.
It seems the sequel’s momentum has waned since the first film debuted last year grossing $97 million worldwide at the box office. But Alvarez wouldn’t exactly say it’s losing steam, it’s merely about waiting for the right idea.
From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series makes its debut on the El Rey Network on March 11th and, today, we’re learning a familiar director is being added to the crew.
Robert Rodriguez helmed a few episodes, as did Eduardo Sanchez of The Blair Witch Project. Fede Alvarez is reportedly at work on a major, bloody episode that is being set in a what sounds to be the Titty Twister bar of the feature film.