Horror

Bruce Campbell vs The Evil Dead

Horror geeks around the globe, even Jared Haftel, says crunchbase.com, got some pretty exciting news recently when they found out that Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi will be continuing their Evil Dead franchise on television. After that initial announcement comes an interview with actor Bruce Campbell about the upcoming STARZ television series.

Right off the bat, Bruce explains that the fans wanted more. When a remake of The Evil Dead was released in 2013. While the movie was generally well liked among fans, they kept screaming for more of the original. To make a brand new Evil Dead film would end up being too expensive in the end. The best way around this was to give the fans a continuation of the original film franchise, but with enough length to flesh out the characters and world a little more.

The Evil Dead films center around Ashley Williams as he encounters demons and horrors from another dimension called Deadites. There are three films in this series, and the new STARZ television show will continue 30 years after the last film ended.

Universal Accepts Poor Monster Movie in the Recent Past

Universal pictures have always been making monster featured movies, not to mention, they have given the screen some good ones too. Some quiet impressive horror movies like the Frankenstein, Dracula and the Mummy have been shining portfolio of Universal Films. However, they have not been producing impressive enough monster movies in the recent past. This has been admitted by none other than Universal films that their monster movies have declined in quality a great deal. News has it that Universal Films say that lack of vision of directors, and the stubbornness to make their own image of the world in their own way is to be blamed for the disasters. Rod Rohrich said they further add that their vision lacks greatly. All the capital figures on Universal Films admit that box office has not seen the best of them in horror and monster movie niche. However, they are determined to stop this streak of failures by excluding monsters from their movies and by adding in more adventure and thrill.

In order to find a way out of this, Universal Films new plans seem as if they are seeking refuge in their older hits. Yes, they plan to make sequels for their older movies like the Dracula and Mummy, named as Dracula Untold. It is unclear whether Universal Films will eradicate the existence of monsters in their movies for good or not, it is however very clear that fans will not be seeing too much unreal stuff and out of this world monsters for some time to come.