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Sam Raimi made his feature-film debut with 1981's The Evil Dead about a small group of college friends inadvertently awakening a faction of malevolent demons. Nearly forty years later, the cult 80s horror classic remains an enthusiastic funhouse thrill ride that delivers frightening scares along with the comedy. Arriving on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, the movie packs an excellent Dolby Vision HDR presentation that surpasses its HD SDR counterpart but ports over the same, highly-enjoyable Dolby TrueHD soundtrack as before. With only one lone supplement, the overall UHD package may not be much of a temptation, but any true die-hard fan would hard-pressed to miss out on the best video version of a long-time favorite. Recommended. (We also reviewed the movie on Blu-ray HERE.)
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Slant Magazine's Ed Gonzales compared the film to Dario Argento's work, citing Raimi's "unnerving wide angle work" as an important factor to the film's atmosphere. He mused that Raimi possessed an "almost unreal ability to suggest the presence of intangible evil", which was what prevented the movie from being "B-movie schlock". BBC critic Martyn Glanville awarded the film four stars out of five, writing that for Raimi, it served as a better debut film than Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre or Wes Craven's The Last House on the Left. Glanville noted that other than the "ill-advised trees-that-rape scene", the film is "one of the great modern horror films, and even more impressive when one considers its modest production values."
The production team of George Reinblatt, Christopher Bond and Frank Cipolla created an Off Broadway show titled Evil Dead: The Musical, based on the film series. Its New York run was directed by Bond and Hinton Battle, who also choreographed the show. Ryan Ward played the part of Ash. Tying in with the midnight movie plot of a group of friends visiting a wooded cabin and unleashing untold evil, performances did not start until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Previews began October 1 and the show opened November 1 at the New World Stages. It was announced on January 31, 2007, that Evil Dead: The Musical's New York production at New World Stages would close on February 17, 2007. Toronto producers announced a new Toronto production of the show, also starring Ryan Ward, at the Diesel Playhouse. The new production started its running May 1, 2007, and has been announced to end on September 8, 2007, which won the Dora Audience Choice Award and praised by the Toronto Star.
The earliest well-documented period of the book's history was in the 14th Century, where it (along with two "fake" copies) were placed upon an alter inside a graveyard in England. A time-displaced Ash Williams journeyed to the cemetery and retrieved the book with the intention of using it to immediately return to his proper time, but his failure to recite an incantation before removing the Ex-Mortis from the alter resulted in the creation of an army of the dead led by his evil doppelganger. Williams, along with the combined armies of Lord Arthur and Henry The Red, defeated the legion of Deadites in an epic battle within the confines of Castle Kandar. Following humanity's victory over the undead, Ash returned to his time and left the book with Lord Arthur's Wise Man.