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The Evil Dead green-band trailer shows some new imagery, not as much blood

Jan. 21, 2013by: Eric Walkuski

The first two trailers for EVIL DEAD likely made us so giddy with their blood-spewing, tongue-slashing and arm-sawing that we forgot Sam Raimi and co. have to find a way to market this thing to the general public! As much as we wish people everywhere enjoy witnessing two minutes of gooey, uninhibited carnage the way us horror fiends do, it simply isn't true. (Relive their gory glory right HERE.)

Therefor, Sony has released a green-band trailer for the Fede Alvarez-directed splatterfest, and you can watch it below. It doesn't feature the unholy hell unleashed in the red-band trailers, but on the upside there are a few new shots to gaze at. The end of the preview is also quite different.

In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin. When they discover a Book of the Dead, they 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.

EVIL DEAD stars Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Lou Taylor Pucci, Jessica Lucas and Elizabeth Blackmore; it's due to hit theaters on April 12, 2013.


Jane Levy

Extra Tidbit: Anything in the green-band trailer stick out for you?

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1:19PM on 01/24/2013

Really? Really? Really?

I'm sorry but this is just more proof that Hollywood is running out of original ideas for movies. They should not mess with the classics. I understand some movies need a remake but Evil Dead is NOT one of them. If they were going to do a remake, they should just leave the original script as it is and focus on updating the gore and CG. I understand the original cast is too old for the remake so recasting would've been a must but to take it out of the Raimi brothers' hands and do a complete
I'm sorry but this is just more proof that Hollywood is running out of original ideas for movies. They should not mess with the classics. I understand some movies need a remake but Evil Dead is NOT one of them. If they were going to do a remake, they should just leave the original script as it is and focus on updating the gore and CG. I understand the original cast is too old for the remake so recasting would've been a must but to take it out of the Raimi brothers' hands and do a complete remake? This not a good idea at all. As a huge fan of the trilogy and Bruce Campbell, I might not be inclined to see this remake.
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