The outstandingly trashy cult classic Maniac Cop—made in 1988 by legendary B-movie director William Lustig, and starring the singular Robert Z’Dar—has been threatened with getting a remake for some time, with John Hyams (The Originals, Z Nation) directing from a script by comics writer Ed Brubaker. And it just got a…
No cackling demons, no books bound in human flesh, no boomstick, not even any Kelly and/or Pablo. Just a certain chainsaw-flailing Ash Williams, partying it up like there’s no tomorrow… which, with season one of Ash Vs Evil Dead ending like it did, there might not be. Season two drops later this year and we cannot …
Because let’s be honest—this is a damn groovy figure indeed.
Merry early Christmas, Ash vs Evil Dead fans! In this delightful clip from episode nine, “Bound in the Flesh,” Ash, Kelly, and Pablo take a quick porch meeting to strategize. At stake: protecting the fates of those apple-cheeked young backpackers, who’re otherwise destined for the “night train to Kill-a-delphia.”
Huge props to io9 readers Johnny Larocque and Nicole Cooper, who crafted this adorably spooky yet undeniably festive gingerbread house inspired by the TV show Ash vs Evil Dead and the Evil Dead movies. Ash vs Gingerdead? Check out more photos below!
We’ve made no secret of our slobbering love for Ash vs Evil Dead, which has just three episodes left in its kick-ass first season. What will we do between January 2 and whenever season two starts? Well, we’ll binge-watch season one a lot ... and ponder all the reasons why it’s so freaking enjoyable.
Just a fun little reminder that every show’s supernatural problems would be easily fixed just by having Ash show up. Read the full tweet below.
It’s been a while since we’ve been as excited about a new show as we are about Ash vs Evil Dead, which expands the world of Sam Raimi’s movies with humor, horror, and so much glorious Bruce Campbell. We spoke with executive producer Craig DiGregorio to learn what’s next for the show.
Ash vs Evil Dead debuted on Halloween, which is thematically appropriate. But this would be our new favorite show any time of year: it’s funny, raunchy, goofy, and awesomely gory. And, naturally, star Bruce Campbell slays. Hail to the King, baby!
The first episode of Ash vs. Evil Dead was everything an Evil Dead fan could hope for—and more. Start your chainsaws, because this is going to be a very groovy ride.
For decades, fans have been asking Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell about a potential Evil Dead 4. Now, finally, they can just point them to Starz where the new show Ash vs. Evil Dead will live. But Raimi was working on a sequel and it sounded crazy.
When you hear Ash vs. Evil Dead, you know who the star of the show is. It’s Bruce Campbell in the role that made him a cult icon: the chainsaw-armed, wise-cracking, shotgun-toting Ash Williams. But there’s more to a TV show than just one character.
If the idea of another nerdy reality competition TV series fills you with dread... well, that’s kind of what the upcoming series Bruce Campbell’s Horrified is going for. The good news is, obviously, that the impossibly charismatic Bruce Campbell will be involved. The bad news is everything else.
Every morning when I wake up, I thank the deities I do not believe in that somehow the Ash Vs. Evil Dead TV series is actually a thing that’s happening, and that it looks so damn good despite it being more than 20 years since Army of Darkness premiered. This brief but excellent new trailer has only increased my…
The king returns. Hail to the king, baby.
Evil Dead is back. Starz is digging up the original Evil Dead franchise (along with the creators and star) and giving the horror comedy its own series. But how will this work? Where is Ash? What happened to the Deadites? We got all your questions answered.
Last month news dropped that Evil Dead was coming back to Starz along with former lead Bruce Campbell and creator Sam Raimi. We were excited, and now we know a little bit more about the series.
Evil Dead is coming back in a big, big way, people. Original creators Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert are joining forces to bring the gruesome horror franchise to Starz. And yes, this does mean that Bruce Campbell will return as the one and only Ash Williams.
Uh, remember how when Sam Raimi announced at Comic-Con that he and his brother Ted were working on an Evil Dead TV series and that Bruce Campbell was somehow involved? And I figured he could be doing anything from starring to producing? Turns out it's the former. Groovy.
Oh, for @#$%'s sake. Bruce Campbell has told everyone that despite the recent rumors about a long-awaited sequel to Army of Darkness, you shouldn't believe them. What makes this a bit obnoxious is that the person who started this most recent batch of rumors was Bruce Campbell.