Watch: Extended 'Evil Dead' TV Spot Featuring Bruce Campbell Intro

March 29, 2013
Source: Nerdist

Evil Dead

We've already seen the cream of the crop when it comes to promoting the remake of Evil Dead from director Fede Alvarez in the form of this super gory red band trailer. But now, the original film's star is getting in on the action as Bruce Campbell introduces this extended spot that will premiere on TV with the season finale of "The Walking Dead" this weekend. It's got some new footage we haven't seen along with quotes that continue to make us believe that this remake stands on its own two feet from the original film from director Sam Raimi (who also produced this remake). We'll definitely be there opening day. Watch!

Here's the new TV spot for Fede Alvarez's Evil Dead from Nerdist:

Evil Dead (2013) is a Raimi-approved-and-produced remake of Sam Raimi's original 1981 low budget horror classic, The Evil Dead. Directing is Fede Alvarez, a Uruguayan filmmaker who broke into Hollywood with his short film Panic Attack, making his feature debut with this. He helped write the script after he came on-board, with Oscar winner Diablo Cody credited on the original draft. The new cast includes Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Jessica Lucas, Lou Taylor Pucci and Elizabeth Blackmore. Sony Pictures and Screen Gems will be releasing this new Evil Dead in theaters on April 12th this spring. You scared yet?


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Reader Feedback - 2 Comments


I can't wait! Looks better than the original.

Skynet300 on Mar 30, 2013


Whoa, easy Satan

David Banner on Mar 30, 2013

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