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Now That You’ve Seen ‘Evil Dead’, Take A Peek Behind The Curtain!!

Now that Evil Dead is finally out, we can share a SPOILER HEAVY 4-part series of b-roll footage from behind-the-scenes of the film, taken last year on the New Zealand set.

The film features cast members Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Lou Taylor Pucci, Elizabeth Blackmore, and Jessica Lucas, whom you’ll see working on set.

In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film in theaters now “Five twenty-something friends who become holed up in a remote cabin where they discover a Book Of The Dead. An archaeologist’s tape recording reveals that the ancient text was discovered among the Khandarian ruins of a Sumerian civilization. Playing the taped incantations, the youths 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.

What did YOU think of the film? Write YOUR review!



  • BabyJaneHudson

    First one isn’t overly exciting, but fun to see the practical effects in the other clips – love the dude casually manning the hose gushing blood.

  • Kenzo

    These clips are awesome. Jane was awesome in the cellar, so was Elizabeth when her hand was being taken over. It was cool seeing Lou and Jessica in their scene together. That guy spraying blood was pretty funny too!

  • Justen

    I just love the non-skippable 30 second promos that I have to sit through each time I wanna watch one of the videos on this site…

    • grayghost

      dude top right head corner is a x will close window for ya…your welcome..BOOM

  • Aaron Emery

    30 second promos on our high-speed internet mobile web videos: First World Problems!

    I really liked the movie! Jane Levy was outstanding aside from some obvious Diablo Cody lines. The gore was excellent AND, for the most pat, practical. The music, particularly the siren that plays though the finale, was intense and beautiful.
    *Didn’t care for that post-credit stinger though. Also the defibrillator thing was a little silly. Really fun time at the theater though! A 20-something girl next to me was crying and made her boyfriend leave!

  • willyd

    Huh! I didn’t see any promos.

  • PatSpEd

    I’ve been thinking since I saw the new Evil Dead on Thursday why I realize I didn’t like it more and more…there’s allot of reasons but at the risk of nerding out too much I’ll focus on one, I realize it’s because it dropped the ball on atmosphere, spookiness, eeriness, for instance there was a whole haunted house aspect to the original Evil Dead. A whole seemingly slow section of the movie where Bruce Campbell is alone in the cabin and the cabin itself is taunting him, shutters smashing, the clock spinning, it’s pendulum smashing from side to side, the camera switching from canted angles to upside down tracking shots, the projector in the basement blinds him before exploding, all the while the voices of his demonized friends tease him.
    This aspect of the original is what made it enduring, it was a haunted house, zombie and silent film all in one. It had the cold loneliness of the Shining mixed with the gratuitous gore of Dawn of the Dead. Point being it wasn’t just the gore it was the eeriness of a cabin alone in the woods, it was the eeriness of a someone alone in that cabin.
    Now yeah you wouldn’t want the new movie to copy every shot, that’s pointless, but at least recreate that spooky aspect of the original in a new unique way. The main focus shouldn’t be just jumping from one scene of gore into the next. Don’t just attempt to gross us out, attempt to scare us. That would of been the greatest tribute to the original Evil Dead, to make us feel the same way we felt when we saw it for the first time.

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