New Redband Trailer For EVIL DEAD Remake | Comic Book Movie
Poster: ‘Evil Dead’ | Comic Book Movie
Bold promise much?
First Look: The Necronomicon from ‘Evil Dead’ Remake | EW
Red Band Trailer: ‘Evil Dead’ - Apr 12, 2013
Directed by Fede Alvarez, starring Jane Levy, Lou Taylor Pucci, Shiloh Fernandez, and Jessica Lucas.
Tell me you’ve seen something like the end of this trailer.
(via Film Thrasher)
Teaser for the Trailer: ‘Evil Dead’ | ComingSoon
Trailer hits tomorrow.
With NYCC 2012 now over and attendees returning home, the online promotion has really begun as photos and video from the event have been making their way to the Internet. Saturday exploded with plenty of reports with a one-two horror punch featuring trailers for both upcoming remakes ofEvil Dead and Carrie. With the teaser trailers for both just mere hours away from release, now the panels themselves have hit the internet with Bruce Campbell ready to liven up your Monday morning. After the jump, see the full half hour panels for both films for yourself straight from the convention.
If you’re a fan of Bruce Campbell this is something you’ll want to watch.
I was skeptical as well but was then completely taken aback by the footage they showed.
First Look: ‘Evil Dead’ Remake | Comic Book Movie
Besides this still Bruce Campbell, Jane Levy and the film’s director Fede Alvarez debuted a teaser trailer for the film. It showed the familiar scenario of teens going off to a cabin in the woods and reading from a cursed book, but its striking naturalistic visuals, that can be described as almost Fincher-esque, were gripping and graphic. Levy isn’t prevalent in the trailer, giving way to more pure visuals, including — SPOILER ALERT — a potentially possessed hand, tree vines grabbing hold and wrapping up a character and a person cutting their tongue in half lengthwise with a knife. The last of which was a truly “holy shit” moment and frighteningly unique and unsettling.
Elsewhere in the panel Campbell hammed it up playing equal love and hate with the fans. He stressed that it was time for a change and something fresh but that this will have the trademarks fans are looking for. He also said that after opening weekend he wants apologies from all the people who will be wrong about doubting the remake.
- Levy’s character name is Mia. All of the main character names spell something out.
- Diablo Cody was brought on to doctor the script and add authentic sounding youth dialogue, because as Campbell said, “Middle aged men don’t know how young people talk.”
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