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In the midst of Evil Dead Rise on the night, the Halloweenies make their way to the cabin for another time. This time around, however they discuss the magical forest. In particular, those amazing illustrations that show death into Evil Dead. Also, the evil that is Evil Dead. Starting with DIY chaos of the 1981 original to the literal jaw-dropping chaos by KNB every thing is ignored.

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I find myself loving my personal choice of the greatest horror movie ever The Evil Dead from 1981. The Evil Dead, more and more each time that I see it. The same goes for the sequels (Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness) and soft reboots from 2013 which I do not really view as a pure remake, but I would classify in the top ten best remakes of horror movies in the event that I were to. I'm also finding myself thinking about something different about this tale of gory, intensely violent and sometimes morbidly funny tales of demonic possession with every viewing.

Rewatching the original four Evil Dead movies in preparation for the upcoming five-parter, -- the one upcoming horror movie I'm anticipating the most -- was no exception. How about you basic screwheads take a few minutes to read through this breakdown of the cool things that struck me when I rewatched one of the greatest horror movie franchises in history? Let's start from the beginning.

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Some might be quick to write off The Evil Dead as just another cabin in the forest film, however a deeper analysis of the scary iconic classic shows just how complicated director and writer Sam Raimi's screenplay really is. For instance the clever use of foreshadowing -- an element of the storytelling that I hate to admit didn't come to my attention until the latest rewatch. I love the way the film teases Cheryl Williams' (Ellen Sandweiss) destiny when she observes the door to the cellar opening and closing by itself early in the film or when her brother, Ash (Bruce Campbell in the role which made him a popular horror movie character), finds a drawing within the Necronomicon which resembles the book as the book "comes to life" at the very end.

It's not that I've not really thought about how blood pours out of a possessed Scotty's (Richard DeManincor, who is credited as Hal Delrich) stomach wound like a faucet up to now. This was, however, the first time I paid any mind to it. I guess I was just fascinated by the picture of blood that bears the look of the cherry Kool-Aid instead of dyed corn syrup and I'm sure I'll appreciate its uniqueness more now than ever and even if it appears more accurate to medical standards in the rest of the franchise.

Another scene from the visceral final scene in The Evil Dead that has always amazed my attention is when arms exploding emerge from Cheryl and Scotty's defeated Deadite selves. For years, I just chalked this up to being an additional example of the astounding visual talent of Raimi However, it occurred to me this time around that these are demon arms and specifically, those of the demons that possessed Ash's companions. Have you seen anything so terrifyingly bizarre in a horror film that is supernatural featuring demonic possession such as the one in The Exorcist? I don't think so.

Pub: 11 Apr 2023 19:36 UTC
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