Horror movie fans, you’ll be excited to distinguish that the iconic Evil Dead franchise is getting another total! Evil Dead Rise is coming to a big screen nearby you next year. Are you ready!?
Warner Bros. has released the blood-soaked trailer for Evil Dead Rise, which transplantations the demonic tradition of the iconic horror franchise into an urban scenery. One of the most promising horror movie trailers in fresh memory, the Evil Dead Rise teaser deftly retakes the gonzo, anything-goes style that made Sam Raimi’s original Evil Dead films such beloved landmarks of the genre.
Between unapologetic campness, shocking pitch-black humor, and imaginative, boundary-pushing gore, the trailer for Evil Dead Rise attacks the perfect tone for a new entry in the fan-favorite succession. Ash Williams might be nowhere to be seen in the novel Evil Dead trailer, but it gets every other facet of the franchise just right.
Evil Dead Rise will leave behindhand the usual cabin-in-the-woods setting for a busy apartment multifaceted in Los Angeles. After a lengthy nonappearance from the family, a woman named Beth drives to L.A. to visit her older sister Ellie, a sole mother raising her three children in a tiny room in the middle of the city.
They’re launched into a terrifying fight for survival when they determine a copy of the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis in the building and unsuspectingly release the flesh-eating demons inherent within its pages. Evil Dead Rise possibilities to deal with the universal themes of motherhood and a parent’s desperate fight to protect their kids (through the lens of ruthless, bloody horror).
The creepiest seconds from the red-band cut of the trailer rekindle the zany, full-throttle, pedal-to-the-metal tactic that Raimi took to his groundbreaking original pictures. There’s a tattoo needle to the eye, a tall mallow grater to the leg, and an outpouring of blood evoking the elevator division from The Shining.
A scalp is ripped off the top of a skull beside a frying pan filled with greaves eggs and crimson blood. It has adequately of unsettling one-liners, like “Mommy’s by the maggots now,” and the trailer even gets the return of the Evil Dead franchise’s name weapon: a revving, blood-drenched chainsaw. And writer-director Lee Cronin has expressed to Empire magazine that the horrifying imagery seen in the trailer is “just a sensitivity of the grind.”
Although it was first set to go straight to streaming on HBO Max, Evil Dead Rise was switched to a theatrical issue after the movie turned out to be unexpectedly grand and Warner Bros. executives got a transformed faith in its prospects. It seems to be a worthy addition to the Evil Dead canon besides a whole new benchmark for the series’ signature gruesomeness. If the gruesome, petrifying trailer is anything to go by, horror fans are in for a grisly treat when Evil Dead Rise arrives in the movie theater complex on April 21.
Here’s The Evil Dead Rise Trailer
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