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When Fede Alvarez’s Evil Dead remake hit theaters in 2013, many fans of the cult horror franchise noticed several omissions hinted at in the film’s trailers. The use of footage in a preview that later lands on the cutting room floor is, of course, nothing new in the movie industry. With teaser trailers landing sometimes up to 18 months prior to a theatrical release, it’s no wonder the final cut can often feature new – and exclude old – footage.
On that note, thanks to an eagle-eyed Dead fan in the U.K. (via Bloody Disgusting), a handful of alternate and deleted scenes never-before-seen in the Us have landed online. This unseen footage was captured during the film’s recent U.K. television premiere on Channel 4. Transforming the gory hit into an extended edition of the normal version, it boasts some brilliant clips that have yet to make it onto an official home video release. »
- Gem Seddon
2013’s Evil Dead remake, directed by Fede Alvarez and produced by Sam Raimi, saw its UK television premiere this past week. To the surprise of many, this premiere was in its totally uncut form, featuring at least four scenes of deleted and alternate footage that fans of the film have been clamoring for. Bloody Disgusting posted…
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- Samuel Zimmerman
While DC and Marvel might already have a lock on several future release dates past the 2015 campaign with the Coen Bros. circling February on their calendars, for the most part, when it comes to American independent and foreign film flavored items, 2016 is still cloudy with a chance of…. 2015 just broke (we already have plenty to look forward to (Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films / Top 25 Most Anticipated Studio Films / Top 100 Most Anticipated American Independent Films – soon!) but we’re already excited about what is in store for several of our favorite auteurs. Here are picks 100 to 6, with our Nicholas Bell providing further analysis on current top five for 2016. Pictured above is Peter Strickland, who sits in our number six spot.
100. Untitled Edward Munch Project – Erik Poppe
97. Imagine – Benoit Graffin
- Eric Lavallee
3 items from 2015
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