Evil Dead and Drag Me To Hell director Sam Raimi’s The Possession, starring Supernatural and Watchmen’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan, gets a terrifying new trailer. The Possession is in cinemas from 31 August 2012.
Evil Dead and Spider-Man director Sam Raimi’s The Possession gets a poster. The first Raimi produced horror movie since 2009’s Drag Me To Hell, The Possession is in cinemas from 31 August 2013.
Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead reboot gains Jane Levy and Red Riding Hood’s Shiloh Fernandez, the movie is expected 12 April 2013
Evil Dead reboot will star Lily Collins as the lead character, Sam Raimi’s return to his classic horror franchise 12 April 2013
Bruce Campbell breaks the silence on the rumoured new movie
We have an extended chat with the horror icon Bruce Campbell as he talks about the original Evil Dead and the planned remake…
It’s not that they can’t work.
…and five reasons why we don’t.
A new era begins for Spider-Man.
A new producing project beckons for the Spidey helmer.
The maverick horror film revisited.
Sam Raimi has confirmed he will be directing Warcraft, a live-action version of the mega popular World Of Warcraft gaming series, according to Variety.
In a recent interview with Reed Tucker of The New York Post, producer Todd Black disclosed some interesting tidbits about the fourth Spider-Man film and hinted that the villain in the super sequel could well be The Lizard. Spider-Man 4 is set to be the first of the record-breaking series that Black is attached to … Continued
In a recent interview with director Sam Raimi posted on CHUD.com, FearNET asked whether or not a vampire might feature in the next Spider-Man movie, referring of course to the bloodsucking villain Morbius. Raimi’s response heavily implied that this could well be the case, and while there have been worse Spidey villains, we really hope that … Continued
Sam Raimi had some interesting points to make regarding the production of Spider-Man 4. Speaking to ComingSoon.net and its accompanying website SuperheroHype.com during the press run for Drag Me To Hell, Raimi had this to say about his decision to helm a fourth Spidey feature:
An affable and pleasant personality in the flesh, SciFiNow caught up with the world’s most successful geek for the following chit-chat about this past, present and future plans…
While treading the promo circuit for his return to horror Drag Me To Hell, Sam Raimi has delighted Evil Dead fans with the news that he is not just keen to do another Dead movie, but that he is looking to begin working on one within the next couple of weeks. “I’d love to make … Continued