21 January 2013 7:20 AM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Red band trailers for Evil Dead gleefully inundate viewers with gory imagery and shudder-inducing violence, but what about legitimate horror that’s actually scary? The story from director Fede Alvarez, Rodo Sayagues Mendez and producer Sam Raimi follows five friends into the woods, where they unwittingly unleash deranged supernatural forces by reading from a mysterious (and dangerous) book.

Alvarez’ remake incorporates a drug addiction subplot, but Sony recognizes the blood splatter and callbacks to the iconography of Raimi’s original stands a better chance of making Evil Dead fans giddy – and turning around negative opinion - as opposed to, a legitimately terrifying exploration of health care. Today’s green band trailer likewise passes on the story, but suffers without the grisly payoff to fall back on (translation: it’s even less scary, without the disgusting content).

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