It’s always nice to get some advance heads-up on a new TV series before it hits the air, but Starz may have put out a little more info than normal when they recently unveiled the episode titles and synopses for the first nine episodes of the upcoming Ash vs Evil Dead, leaving out only the finale of the initial 10-episode season.
Psst. Hey you…yeah you! Do you like she-bitches, boomsticks, chainsaws, copious amounts of blood, and curiously strong jawed heroes? Well come around the Starz house on Halloween night and have yourself the treat of all treats with Ash Vs The Evil Dead.
With the long-awaited follow-up to the classic horror film franchise The Evil Dead, Starz is in full press mode promoting the premier episodes of Ash Vs The Evil Dead. They’ve just released a new trailer for the 10-episode first season of the half-hour series . It’s a shortened version of the trailer released at San Diego Comic Con, but features a few bits of new footage, and a new clip of Ash being one of the only heroes of Cinema that can get away with being a racist. (more…)
As the convention hall doors prepare to close on another sensory-overload edition of the most media-heavy nerd gathering in the known universe, we here at NBHQ thought it would be wise to take a quick trip down Recent-Memory Lane by recapping some of the craziest, zaniest, and most mind-blowing-y moments of SDCC15. As with all forms of public opinion, this list is not meant to be all-inclusive or definitive, but simply a gathering of some of the cool stuff that transpired. Enjoy!
Hail to the king, baby! Horror-genre fans, ’80s movie fanatics, and Bruce Campbell groupies everywhere can celebrate, because the Evil Dead franchise is back, more gruesome and Bruce-ier than ever. Now, we get our first extended look at some video from the upcoming TV series, Ash vs. The Evil Dead.
During the show’s panel at San Diego’s Comic-Con, it was announced that the series will debut, fittingly enough, on Halloween night: Saturday, Oct. 31, at 9:00pm. And, as we figured (and hoped and hoped and hoped) it would, the show’s first live action trailer was released as well. Check it out in all its groovy glory below! (more…)
Continuing the gear up for SDCC 2015 Starz‘s Ash vs Evil Dead has released two more production stills featuring the famous Chainsaw and Ash’s sweet ride, the 1973 Delta 88. With the news that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will not be presenting any new footage or a second trailer, this makes me wonder if some of the smaller panels might try to take advantage of that opening. Could we see some footage from the new series? (more…)
You can look, but for Pete’s sake don’t read it out loud! Starz has released a few pages from the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis, the book of the undead, that will be appearing in Ash vs Evil Dead later this year. Bruce Campbell is back as Ash, the everyman pulled into events beyond his control as he battles Deadites for the fate of the world. You’ve been warned, you can look, but don’t utter a sound. (more…)
Starz new series Ash vs Evil Dead has decided to give us all a little sugar today with the first official look at Bruce Campbell in all his Ash with a chainsaw Glory. The ten episode first season is set to air later this fall. Let’s all hope that between Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi, and Rob Tapert, that they can capture that Evil Dead madness that made the franchise such a cult classic. (more…)
While we’ve still got a ways to go before the Fall 2015 release of Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell‘s ten episode Starz series Ash vs Evil Dead, you knew that the ham in Campbell wouldn’t let us go to long without an update, or in this case, a brand spanking new bloody teaser. Here it is in all it’s dripping glory. (more…)
Truth time: the world as we know it has been heinously below its quota of ALL BRUCE CAMPBELL ALL THE TIME for a while now. Fortunately, the screwheads in charge of Hollywood seem to be finally wizening up, as the beyond-enticing TV series “Ash vs. the Evil Dead” is ramping up production as we speak – er, type and read. Earlier this week, we seem to have gotten the first bit of behind-the-scenes juiciness directly from The Man Himself, via his Twitter feed. (more…)
One upon a time, there were a trio of guys from Michigan that decided to make a movie. For the then princely sum of $350,000, writer/director Sam Raimi, producer Rob Tapert and star Bruce Campbell created a seminal indie horror hit that’s still beloved and referenced by fans and audiences to this day. It inspired two sequels, a remake and a beloved interactive musical that’s been performed on stages the world over. Next: TV. The television continuation of The Evil Dead featuring original star Campbell has been in the works for a while, and now Starz is wetting your whistle for what’s to come when the adventures of Ash Vs Evil Dead. (more…)