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Evil Dead (movie, 2013)

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  • Buenos Aires Festival Opens Path for Local Talent

    In Latin America, the combination of muscular government funding, the boom in pay TV households and ironically, lack of stars, is pushing regional filmmakers to try more genres and create original visions. Indeed, Latinos have directed five of the No. 1 movies at the U.S. box office in the past year, including Argentina's Andres Muschietti ("Mama"), Uruguay's Fede Alvarez ("Evil Dead") and, of course, Mexico's Alfonso Cuaron ("Gravity").
  • AFM: 'Evil Dead' Star Lou Taylor Pucci Boards 'Spring' (EXCLUSIVE)

    "Evil Dead" star Lou Taylor Pucci and Nadia Hilker will star in sci-fi horror film "Spring," with shooting starting later this month in Italy. XYZ Films has picked up all worldwide sales rights and will sell "Spring" at the American Film Market....

    'Evil Dead' takes possession of No. 1 spot, bloodying 'G.I. Joe'

    "Evil Dead" sucked the life out of the competition at the box office this weekend, leaving its rivals as casualties while claiming No. 1. The fourth entry in the horror franchise debuted with a healthy $26 million, according to an estimate from...

    Universal Studios: 'Evil Dead' haunted house set for Halloween Horror Nights

    Universal Studios: 'Evil Dead' haunted house set for Halloween Horror Nights
    A haunted house themed to the 2013 version of the movie "Evil Dead" will be a component of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights this year. The film, directed by Fede Alvarez, was released in April and becomes available on DVD on Tuesday. It made $97...

    The year in horror: Low-budget horror hits box-office highs

    The people have spoken. And they say they want to be scared. Over the weekend, the low-budget supernatural spook film "Insidious: Chapter 2" topped the box office, scaring up $41.1 million. The film, which was directed by a seemingly unstoppable James...