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And Now, The Red Band Trailer For the “Evil Dead” Remake has the official red band trailer for the Evil Dead remake, and, indeed, it’s the one some of you got to see at New York Comic Con. You now have a little more — emphasis on “little” — to compare with the 1983 version. Do a larger budget and modern approach equal something worth seeing? Commence bickering over the wisdom of remakes in the comments.

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  2. TJCFILMS says:

    Haha what is everyone talking about with the slap stick,light hearted, campy humor comments. The original had no laughs and was hella serious!

  3. Liam says:

    Could be the way the trailer’s been edited, but this looks like it has none of the original’s B-movie charm

  4. Patod says:

    I mean, it looks alright. The original is such an amazing low-budget movie. This catches the spirit of the over the top gore aspect, but I don’t think that this remake will really capture the original movie’s magic. I was hoping that the tree-rape would be out of this movie. I was wrong…

  5. chris says:

    This better not be a f-ing comedy, it should be a serious horror movie like the original.

  6. Ben says:

    Normally I would be completely against this sort of thing….. but that looks pretty fucking good!

  7. C says:

    For the love of God, the first Evil Dead was not a comedy. Real fans know that.

    I heard the effects are mostly practical too, which is great. Plus Bruce, Sam and Rob are involved.

    I love the original trilogy, but there’s a definite chance this could be solid.

    Two things I already dislike are:

    – The addition of a dog. Obviously there will be a dead dog scene.

    – The fact that it looks so new. (Can’t really blame them for that one though)

  8. John says:

    I like the look of it. Seems vicious.

  9. Derp says:

    Why make a super serious, grimdark Evil Dead movie? Fuck this.

  10. @johnengels says:

    Evil Dead 2 was essentially a remake anyway.

    This looks great. The possesed girl looks SO evil. I can’t wait to see this version….on DVD…at home….where I am safe and sound from demons.

    I think.

    What was that noise…..

  11. Scott Jones says:

    Why do I keep hearing this “It isn’t gonna be slapsticky like the original!” nonsense? The original wasn’t funny at all! Evil Dead 2 was the slapsticky one. This isn’t a remake of that.

  12. FLS_Carnage says:

    The Evil Dead doesn’t really need a remake, but Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell were both involved in the making of this movie so I’m not too worried about it. Also tree rape.

  13. Frahmski says:

    They better not go super serious horror with it… if it doesn’t have some serious laughs in it I’m gonna be pissed…

  14. DM420 says:

    Looks, er… modern? At least the tree-rape is back.

  15. Will says:

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