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long the treacherous road to adulthood, we each have goals we set for ourselves to show that we are able to be self-reliant in regards to our growth as human beings. They could be massive projects, such as studying the entire Emile Zola's Rougon-Macquart cycle to gain a better understanding of the last portion of 19th century French social history. They can also be smaller in size, such as for me, when I placed a lot of effort and energy looking for the cut version of Sam Raimi's 1981 splat-tacular The Evil Dead.
As a teenager I had (and cherished) my hands on the 4 Front Video release of the film, which was subject to many cuts because of an affliction from the BBFC's widely-publicised moral panic over so-called "Video trash". My memories of the mangled film remains vivid and nostalgic as I recall feeling that the person who cut the film did so in a manner that the viewer could tell that something very exciting had been removed. Like, the audio would suddenly go out of time, or the continuity would stall for a split second. I was more interested than anything to see what was happening between the cuts. I was a child's variant of "Sicko" video. Perhaps I'm still one?
I would love to think that writer-director Lee Cronin shared this experience, though even if he didn't however, it is evident from his upcoming film Evil Dead Rise that he has been studying the work of Raimi at the same level of molecular analysis. It's declasse to call this a "franchise extension" as a "reboot" or a belated "sequel", as the film is more of an investigation or reconstruction or a remake of the original. The same story presented from a new contemporary angle. And it absolutely slays...
If there's one thing the Evil Dead has taught us, it's that we must do everything in our power to avoid intoning a mystical demonic incantation in the presence of the flesh-bound/blood-inked Book of the Dead, as very bad things will ensue. In this case, Alyssa Sutherland's single-mom tattooist Elle is about to leave her shabby apartment with her three kids. A tremor uncovers an unclean vault in the basement, inside , encased in a parchment , and tucked inside a bug-infested tomb is an old friend.
Cronin is able to balance the setup chaos perfectly, playing out the delicate family dynamic , while also adding the wild-card aspect of Elle's estranged sister Beth (Lily Sherwood) and leaving the audience to wonder which sister will end up being the Ash of the film. This straightforward but extremely effective set-up helps to provide the second half gore explosion , which is accompanied by a hint of sadness, and I'll admit there's an easy shot that comes directly after one of the most intense blow-outs of effects that nearly caused me to cry in my eye.
Although there is a touching tribute to the movie, Cronin isn't merely attempting to ape the hysterical dynamics and acrobatic camera movements that Raimi has made his famous. The dispatching of victims is carried out with a similar attention to the finer details, and an eagerness to give each victim an opportunity to make a new scene for sick-making mutilation or other. Tonally, Evil Dead Rise is very similar to the original Evil Dead, in that it does not rely on the slapstick wigs and wig-outs from the sequel and the third film, even though its absurd humour shines through in just how relentlessly OTT everything is.
The only thing I can say that is a real complaint is the tacked-on and pointless epilogue and prologue, which seem like they've been inserted in order to create the foundation for a sequel. I think it's a sign of Cronin becoming a sufferer of the success of others. The rest of the time, this is the exhilarating and cleansing sensation of allowing a bloody tsunami to wash over the reader. Evil Dead Rise full movie doesn't make one wish to revisit the original version to see what could have been rather, it's a way to test the depth and quality of the results Cronin and his team has created. It's like experiencing the full beauty of the original for the first time, and I'm more pleased than this.
The latest installment in the Evil Dead saga is definitely an affair for the entire family However, unless the Necronomicon is destroyed for good and for all, there will be very little of an extended family left. Fandango has released a brand new Evil Dead Rise clip featuring Alyssa Sutherland's Ellie just a few minutes after she succumbs to the book's curse , and turns into Deadite killer. The scene via via Twitter below.
The clip shows Ellie's twin sister Beth (Lily The Sullivan) discovering her sister in the kitchen, where she's cooking up a not-so-nutritious breakfast by smashing a variety of eggs into a frying pan, with shells, and everything else. If that's not enough to make Beth and Ellie's three children see that something's amiss, the message becomes instantly clear when Ellie tells them about her dream of a perfect family gathering. However, it's a bit more violent than your typical trek through the woods and her slurred speech makes the experience even more frightening.