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    2 copies left on amazon.co.uk for 8. Worth being impatient or should I just be patient?
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    Whats that in real money??? 12 or 13 bucks? Like I said, I liked it fine when I saw it. It wasn't earthshattering, but it was a solid movie. Hurm...judgement call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Whats that in real money??? 12 or 13 bucks? Like I said, I liked it fine when I saw it. It wasn't earthshattering, but it was a solid movie. Hurm...judgement call.
    Well, I wasn't a fan of Warm Bodies, so I'm on the fence. I'll probably flip a coin.
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    Benderspink Develops Ahmet Zappa’s MONSTER X | Collider

    It seems neither heroes nor villains can do it all themselves in movies these days. A new project from writer Ahmet Zappa (The Odd Life of Timothy Green) is being compared to The Avengers as it features a mash-up of major movie icons. Zappa’s Monster X centers on a supergroup of famous monstrous icons like Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster, Mr. Hyde and more (ten in all). The story centers on the characters who assemble in order to defend humanity against a greater threat. Zappa co-wrote the script and will further develop it before shopping it to buyers, although Benderspink has optioned the initial iteration. Hit the jump for more.

    Heat Vision reports that Zappa and Benderspink (Chris Bender, J.S. Spink and Jake Weiner) will develop Monster X. Zappa is immersed in monsters at the moment as he is also developing Monster Witness Relocation Program and The Monsterous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless at Disney. The former, based on Zappa’s novel, centers on “a brother and sister who discover they hail from a long line of monster hunters. They have to learn the family business quick when their father is kidnapped and they take on the most diabolical creature in the universe.”
    Monster Squad meets the Avengers????

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    EVIL DEAD Remake Review. EVIL DEAD Stars Jane Levy and Shiloh Fernandez | Collider

    If your goal is to give the people exactly what they want, then you better give them the best you’ve got otherwise it’s obvious pandering. Fede Alvarez‘ remake of Evil Dead doesn’t not pander. It fiercely grabs the audience by the throat, and vomits as much blood and viscera as we can stomach it, and not everyone will be able to stomach what the horror flick has to offer. Alvarez and cinematographer Aaron Morton set a creepy vibe, but their primary interest is in gleefully laying out the implements of destruction. “We know what you came for,” the film says with a devilish smile. And then it lets loose violence beyond all reason. The fear eventually fades, the emotions recede into the background, but Evil Dead delivers on the bloody mayhem that needs far more than an MPAA rating. It needs a warning label.
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    [BD Review] 'Evil Dead' Is A Thrillingly Gory Blast -Bloody Disgusting

    After things kick into high gear Evil Dead becomes absolutely unstoppable. If you’ve seen the trailers, this is exactly the movie they’ve been selling all along – and somehow it still manages to surprise. For one, it’s even gorier than you’re expecting. I seriously don’t have a clue as to how they wrangled an “R” rating here. Blood, pus, bone fragments, limbs and brains are flung around with playful abundance and the result is both punishing and exhilarating.

    Even better is the film’s sense of escalation. There were literally moments where I felt like I was flying with joy. I’m obviously the target audience for something like this, but it’s been a long time since I got a charge so perfectly pitched between catharsis and repulsion. Stripped away from any sense of moral obligation, the violence and cruelty of Evil Dead is intriguingly warm hearted and comforting, probably because it stems from the film’s overriding need to please you. This film doesn’t condemn its audience, it exalts it – and as a result it’s able to achieve a sustained symphony of carnage that energizes rather than exhausts. By the time the film hits its climax – during which the sky literally rains blood for the entirety of the final battle – I was sort of wishing it would never end.

    It’s also something you should see in a theater. While I’m sure I’ll get a lot of replay out of the eventual Blu-ray release, this is something you need to experience with your fellow horror comrades. You’re going to want to share this. You’re going to want to hear your friends laugh, scream and utterly lose themselves. This is your Avengers, this is your Avatar, this is whatever you’ve been wanting a “big” horror movie to be for over a decade. Not a perfect movie, but a near perfect experience.

    Evil Dead is a *****ing blast.

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    Evil Dead (2013) | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    There are pretty much two questions we all had going into Fede Alvarez's Evil Dead "rebirth" (a term the director used that seems rather fitting, more so than remake anyway): one, is it going to be good. and two, is it going to be good enough to stand on its own merits?

    The answer to both those questions is HELLS YEAH.

    Breathe a sigh of relief, fiends- Evil Dead delivers the goods and then some, even managing to step out and create its own universe that still wholly adheres to the one Sam Raimi concocted over three decades now. The amount of intensity, violence and downright nastiness that Alvarez manages to cram into Evil Dead is brutal, visceral and will prove to be an endurance test (in a good way) for anyone out there who goes into it thinking this is going to be another "by-the-numbers" studio remake.
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    (Smiles with giddy anticipation)

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    EVIL DEAD Sequel News and EVIL DEAD 4 News from Director Fede Alvarez | Collider


    Talking about his Evil Dead 2, Alvarez says he’s not officially on board yet because it depends on where they plan to take the sequel:

    Last night, you all mentioned you were in the process of writing Evil Dead 2. Are you attached to that film, and where do you see this going?

    FEDE ALVAREZ: I think it’s going to depend on where we take it. Right now, we just got to write it. For me, it’s if we manage to agree, but we’re just starting to build a story and figure out what kind of movie it’s going to be, and it depends on what it is. It depends on the story we find, because personally, I think it has to shock everybody. It has to go to a different place just like Army of Darkness did with Evil Dead 2. It has to do that switch that every Evil Dead movie did with the previous one.

    Well you now have this new Evil Dead brand, but what does that mean if you’re not copying the sequels, because Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead 2 is slapstick. It’s a comedy, and that doesn’t seem like it would fit with what you’ve established here. What does that mean in terms of going forward with the vision you’ve now established?

    ALVAREZ: Well, right now you have to create something different and completely new. And it’s exciting for me because in a long time, this, the new one—the next one—is going to be a completely new, fresh, 100% original, you bet. Because this one has so many ties to the first one that at the end of the day, being what it is, it’s like a sound of the original movie. But this next one, it’s not a remake of Evil Dead 2. It’s something completely new and different. I’m so excited to see where that’s going to go.

    It sounds like Evil Dead 2 is at a very early script stage, which isn’t too surprising. The film is currently on the press circuit, so Alvarez probably has no time to get to working on the sequel. However, if Evil Dead is as successful with the main stream as it was here at SXSW, then you can expect Evil Dead 2 hit the fast-track.

    I also asked Alvarez about a film that’s been on a much slower track: Sam Raimi’s long-promised Evil Dead 4. Since the two filmmakers are in communication, I asked about the status of the project:

    Has Sam Raimi talked to you because he’s writing Evil Dead 4 now—

    ALVAREZ: He’s not! He’s not.

    He’s not writing it?

    ALVAREZ: He wants to do it. I can tell you that because we’ve talked about it. He wants to try and find the best movie to do it. He has a story, he pitched it to me about what he wants to do with Bruce and Ash on Evil Dead 4. It’s definitely something he wants to do. At the end of the day, bringing this saga back to life is the best way to do it. And look, they don’t call him “The Master” just because.

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    ['Evil Dead' Month] Meet The Deadites! -Bloody Disgusting

    Haha...they even include the Goat from Drag me to Hell as the 'greatest deadite ever'.

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