Book of the Dead Evil Dead 2 bei zelfstudie.nu | Günstiger Preis | Kostenloser Versand ab 29€ für ausgewählte Artikel. März Offiziell lizenzierte `Evil Dead 2' Replik, gefertigt aus festem Schaumstoff (PU). Die Replik ist ca. 50 x 40 x 8 cm gross. Ich bin ein grosser Horrorfan von Klassikern und Kulfilmen wie EVIL DEAD und EVIL DEAD 2 bzw. TANZ DER TEUFEL und deshalb habe ich mit.
A camera trick used to emulate a Steadicam inexpensively was the " shaky cam ", which involved mounting the camera to a piece of wood and having two camera operators sprint around the swamp.
Raimi had been a big fan of The Three Stooges franchise during his youth, and it inspired him to use " Fake Shemps " during production. His brother Ted Raimi was used as a substitute in many scenes when the original actor was either busy or preoccupied.
Raimi famously enjoyed "torturing" his actors. Because of the copious amounts of blood in the film, the crew produced gallons of fake blood with karo syrup.
On the last few days on set, the conditions had become so poor that the crew began burning furniture to stay warm. Since only exterior shots needed to be filmed at that point, they burned nearly every piece of furniture left.
Campbell later described the filming process as nearly "twelve weeks of mirthless exercise in agony", though he allowed that he did manage to have fun while on set.
Four days of re-shoots were then done to complete the film. After the extensive filming process, Raimi had a "mountain of footage" that he had to put together.
Paul's assistant was Joel Coen of the Coen brothers , who helped with the film's editing. Coen had been inspired by Raimi's Within the Woods and liked the idea of producing a prototype film to help build the interest of investors.
The film's first cut ran at around minutes, which Campbell called an impressive achievement in light of the minute length of the screenplay.
It was then edited down to a more marketable 85 minutes. Dead chickens were stabbed to replicate the sounds of mutilated flesh, and Campbell had to scream into a microphone for several hours.
Much like Within the Woods , The Evil Dead needed to be blown up to 35mm, then the industry standard, to be played at movie theaters.
With the film completed, Raimi and the crew decided to celebrate with a "big premiere". Local turnout for the premiere exceeded the cast's expectations, with a thousand patrons showing up.
The audiences responded enthusiastically to the premiere, which led to Raimi's idea of "touring" the film to build hype. Raimi showed the film to anyone willing to watch it, booking meetings with distribution agents and anyone with experience in the film industry.
Romero 's Night of the Living Dead and other famous horror films. Raimi brainstormed several ideas, eventually going with The Evil Dead , deemed the "least worst" title.
Shapiro was a founder of the Cannes Film Festival , and allowed Raimi to screen the film at the festival out of competition. USA Today released an article about King's favorite horror films; the author cited The Evil Dead as his fifth favorite film of the genre.
The film's press attracted the attention of British film distribution agent Stephen Woolley. Fangoria started covering the film in late , writing several articles about the film's long production history.
Audience reception at both screenings was widely enthusiastic, and interest was built for the film to such an extent that wider distribution was planned.
New Line Cinema wrote Raimi a check large enough to pay off all the investors, and decided to release the film in a unique manner: Because of its large promotional campaign, the film performed above expectations at the box office.
It quickly became that week's best-selling video release, and later became the year's best-selling video in the UK, out-grossing large-budget horror releases such as The Shining.
The film's release was met with controversy. Raimi made the film as gruesome as possible with neither interest in nor fear of censorship, which led to the film's receiving an X rating and being named a " video nasty ".
Congress Video, a company notable for public domain films, issued its version in The resurgence of The Evil Dead in the home-video market came through two companies that restored the film from its negatives and issued special editions in Anchor Bay was responsible for the film's first DVD release in , and between them, Elite and Anchor Bay have released six different DVD versions of The Evil Dead , most notably the "Book Of The Dead" edition, packaged in a latex replica of the Necronomicon sculpted by Tom Sullivan and the three disc "Ultimate Edition" which contained the widescreen and original full frame versions of the movie.
Upon its release, contemporary critical opinion was largely positive. It summarizes the film: Slant Magazine ' s Ed Gonzales compared the film to Dario Argento 's work, citing Raimi's "unnerving wide angle work" as an important factor to the film's atmosphere.
He mused that Raimi possessed an "almost unreal ability to suggest the presence of intangible evil", which was what prevented the movie from being "B-movie schlock".
Glanville noted that other than the "ill-advised trees-that-rape scene", the film is "one of the great modern horror films, and even more impressive when one considers its modest production values.
It started as a disastrous failure to obtain a big break with a too long, too perilous shoot note Campbell's changing hairstyle in the various scenes of the one-day plot.
The film went through name changes and bannings only to survive as not only 'the ultimate experience in grueling horror' but as an oft-imitated and cashed-in-on classic, with 30 years of positive reviews to prove it.
While The Evil Dead received favorable critical comment when it was initially released, it failed to establish Raimi's reputation.
The film, Crimewave , was a box-office failure. Evil Dead II was filmed and released in , and was also a box-office success. The Evil Dead and its sequels have become one of the largest cult film trilogies in history.
Critics have often compared Campbell's later performances to his role in Evil Dead , which has been called his defining role.
The Evil Dead has spawned a media empire. A video game adaptation of the same name was for the Commodore 64 in , as was a trilogy of survival horror games in the s and early s: Hail to the King , Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick and Evil Dead: The character Ash became the main character of a comic book franchise.
Ash series, Herbert West in Army of Darkness vs. In addition, the film has inspired a stage musical , Evil Dead: The Musical , which was produced with the permission of Raimi and Campbell.
The musical has run on and off since its inception in It features actress Jane Levy as the main character, with Ash not appearing. In , an ongoing television continuation of the films called Ash vs Evil Dead premiered on the Starz Network.
The first episode was directed by Raimi, and Campbell is reprising his role as Ash. The series is being produced by Renaissance, and follows an older Ash as he encounters the Kandarian Demon again.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film. For the article covering the franchise as a whole, see Evil Dead.
Original theatrical release poster. Check date values in: British Board of Film Classification. Blood-soaked remake scares up mixed reviews".
Archived from the original on Kawin , p. Collings , p. The most controversial films". The gorehound's guide to splatter films of the s. Retrieved 8 August No 23 best horror film of all time.
Erotismo, orrore e pornografia secondo Joe D'Amato in Italian. Chicago — Freddy vs. Army of Darkness 1 Goes Back to Press". If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor.
Winston Dixon, Wheeler A History of Horror. Kenneth Muir, John Coen Brothers Virgin Film. Horror Films of the s.
The Evil Dead Companion. The Films of Stephen King: South Korean Vidpi Catalogue Number: Spain - Manga Home Video ?
Swedish - Vestron Video Catalogue Number: UK - Polygram Catalogue Number: Australian - Fox Video Catalogue Number: French - Studio Canal Catalogue Number: Finish - Finnkino Catalogue Number: German - Screen Power Catalogue Number: Japanese - Towa Video Catalogue Number: Norwegian Kobefilm Catalogue Number: Spanish - Warner Bros Catalogue Number: Dutch - Dutch Filmworks Catalogue Number: The titles are listed alphabetically by country of release.
The Evil Dead - Laserdisc. Eliot Productions Catalogue Number: Japanese - Herald Enterprise, Inc. The Evil Dead - Other Formats. Japanese VCD - Cineasta ?
BetaMax - Dutch Video Screen ? Evil Dead II - Laserdisc. German - VCL 19?? Japanese - Best Catalogue Number: US - Image Ent.
VCD - Japanese Cineasta ? Army Of Darkness - Laserdisc. French Studio Canal Catalogue Number: Army Of Darkness - Other Formats. Chinese VCD - Cetus ?
Turkish Tiglon VCD ? This section lists the various offical OSTs O riginal S ound T rack or scores available for the Evil Dead trilogy, some of which only cover one movie while others are compilations.
They listed alphabetically by country of release. This section lists books covering either or both the subjects of the Evil Dead trilogy or the Super-8 shorts, some written by the people involved and others by independent authors.
It's worth adding that both Bruce Campbell and Josh Becker have written other books, but they are not covered here as they don't touch on either of these subjects.
The titles are listed in order of release, with the oldest first. Rushes by Josh Becker Point Blank This section lists magazines which cover one or other of the Evil Dead trilogy or the Super-8 shorts in their articles.
Some will be entirely devoted to the subject, while others may be only have a very short piece such as a one paragraph DVD review, and a small number are in foreign languages.
Cinefantastique Volume 23 No. Cinema Magazine 8 December Cine-Zine-Zone 16 July Deep Red 2 March Eiga Hiho Magazine Vol.
Empire Magazine December Fangoria 23 November Fangoria 26 March Fangoria 27 April Fangoria 37 August Fangoria 50 January Fangoria 51 January Fangoria 58 October Fangoria 62 March Fangoria 63 May Fangoria 64 June Fangoria 65 July Fangoria 67 September Fangoria June Fangoria August Fangoria December Fangoria March Fangoria April Fangoria May Fangoria July Fangoria October Fangoria November Fangoria, The Bloody Best Of 6 Fangoria Horror Videos 1.
Fangoria Horror Videos 2. Fiend Magazine 1 Film Monthly Bulletin November Film Threat 25 Vol. Film Threat 27 Vol.
Film Threat 29 Vol. GoreZone 9 September GoreZone 11 January Gorezone 17 February GoreZone 26 Summer In The Flesh 2 In The Flesh 3 In The Flesh 4 In The Flesh 9 In The Flesh 10 Killing Moon 1 September Killing Moon 2 Spring Killing Moon 3 Summer L' Ecran Fantastique 25 July L'Ecran Fantastique 82 July Mad Movies April Midnight Marquee 33 Fall Network Video 19 August Paracinema 11 Fall Phantopia Filmprogramm August Phantopia Filmprogramm November Rue Morgue November Samhain 2 Spring SciFiWorld 16 July SFX Magazine February Shivers 4 December Shivers 79 July Starburst 53 January Starburst 58 June Starburst 57 April Starburst May Starburst Monster Special 11 March Starfix 1 February Starfix 41 October Starfix Special 'Effets Speciaux 2' Dec Stop Motion Monsters of Filmland 9.
The Dark Side 6 March The Dark Side 35 September The Dark Side 48 August The Hollywood Reporter Tuesday, May 8, The Video World Movie Guide Twilight Zone Magazine Nov Ultra Violent Magazine 5 Summer Vendredi 13 May Video - The Magazine March Video - The Magazine April Video - The Magazine June Video - The Magazine September Video For You 9 July Video Hits October Video Times March Video Today June Video Today November Video Viewer April Video Watchdog 2 Video Watchdog 46 April Video World February Video World July Video World March Video World September Video World Special Videos For '88 X-Rated Taschenbildband 5 X-Rated Taschenbildband 9 X-Rated Taschenbildband 17 This section lists the many comics which take place in the world of the Evil Dead trilogy, or use Ash as one as their characters.
Some are direct adaptations of one or other of the movies, while others are completely independent works in their own right. They're listed in order of each series' first issue publication date with the oldest first.
Official Movie Adaptation 1 - 1 of 3 - Nov Official Movie Adaptation 2 - 2 of 3 - Dec Official Movie Adaptation 3 - 3 of 3 - Oct Ashes 2 Ashes 1 - 1 of 4 - July Ashes 2 Ashes 2 - 2 of 4 - Aug Ashes 2 Ashes 3 - 3 of 4 - Sept Ashes 2 Ashes 4 - 4 of 4 - Oct Ashes 2 Ashes Directors Cut Dec Army of Darkness vs Re-Animator 1 - 1 of 4 - Sept Army of Darkness vs Re-Animator 2 - 2 of 4 - Oct Army of Darkness vs Re-Animator 3 - 3 of 4 - Nov Army of Darkness vs Re-Animator 4 - 4 of 4 - Feb Old School 5 - 1 of 3 - May Old School 6 - 2 of 3 - May Old School 7 - 3 of 3 - June The Death of Ash 12 - 1 of 2 - Nov The Death of Ash 13 - 2 of 2 - Jan Darkman vs Army of Darkness 1 - 1 of 4 - Oct Darkman vs Army of Darkness 2 - 2 of 4 - Dec Darkman vs Army of Darkness 3 - 3 of 4 - Feb Darkman vs Army of Darkness 4 - 4 of 4 - March From The Ashes 1 - 1 of 4 - Aug From The Ashes 2 - 2 of 4 - Sept From The Ashes 3 - 3 of 4 - Oct From The Ashes 4 - 4 of 4 - Nov The Long Road Home 5 - 1 of 4 - Jan The Long Road Home 6 - 2 of 4 - Feb The Long Road Home 7 - 3 of 4 - March The Long Road Home 8 - 4 of 4 - April Freddy vs Jason vs Ash 1 of 6 - Jan Freddy vs Jason vs Ash 2 of 6 - Jan Freddy vs Jason vs Ash 3 of 6 - Feb Freddy vs Jason vs Ash 4 of 6 - March Freddy vs Jason vs Ash 5 of 6 - April Freddy vs Jason vs Ash 6 of 6 - May Official Movie Adaptation 1 of 4 - Jan Official Movie Adaptation 2 of 4 - Feb Official Movie Adaptation 3 of 4 - March Official Movie Adaptation 4 of 4 - April Xena, Why Not 1 - 1 of 4 - March Xena, Why Not 2 - 2 of 4 - April Xena, Why Not 3 - 3 of 4 - May Xena, Why Not 4 - 4 of 4 - June Home Sweet Hell 9 - 1 of 4 - June Home Sweet Hell 10 - 2 of 4 - July Home Sweet Hell 11 - 3 of 4 - Aug Home Sweet Hell 12 - 4 of 4 - Sept King For A Day 13 - Oct Montezuma's Revenge 18 - March Untitled 19 - April Untitled 20 - May Untitled 21 - June Untitled 22 - July Untitled 23 - Aug Ash Saves Obama 1 - 1 of 4 - Aug Ash Saves Obama 2 - 2 of 4 - Sept Ash Saves Obama 3 - 3 of 4 - Oct Ash Saves Obama 4 - 4 of 4 - Nov Untitled 24 - Sept Untitled 25 - Oct This section covers the computer games which take place in the world of the Evil Dead trilogy, on any platform.
Each of the titles are listed in order of release date, with the oldest first. The Evil Dead Commodore 64 Regeneration Microsoft X-Box This section covers anything that could be considered a 'toy', although some of them may be more marketed at adult collectors rather than children.
This includes mass produced collectable poseable figurines and the like, as well as one off fanmade custom items.
Ash Custom 4" Figure JinCustom. Ash Custom 4" Figure Creator Unknown - ? Ash 8" Head Knockers Neca Toys - Army of Darkness Plush Toys Unknown - Funko Ash Vinyl Figure Funko - Evil Ed 8" figure Limited to 75 Distinctive Dummies - Ash Custom 35mm Figurine Nicolas - Ash Custom 4" Figure Count Chocula.
Ash Custom Figure Baliscon.