The Evil Dead has always been hailed as one of the top horror franchises ever since its debut in 1981. Even though Evil Dead fans should have been able to see Evil Dead Rise in all its bloody glory on Halloween, the film‘s decision to switch to a cinematic release means that the newest installment in the series won’t be out until April.
On April 21, 2023, Evil Dead Rise will bring terror to the metropolis of Los Angeles and open in theatres worldwide. This has been advertised since its initial HBO Max release. The movie also features Gabrielle Echols, Morgan Davies, Nell Fisher, and Mia Challis, in addition to Sutherland and Sullivan. See the first movie in the franchise’s trailer down below:
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Bruce Campbell contributed just as much to the making of Evil Dead Rise as he did to the other films and television series starring the Evil Dead. Along with the original director, Sam Raimi, Campbell is a producer on the brand-new Evil Dead tale.
Campbell has been teasing the addition of some crucial Evil Dead elements to the project on a regular basis. According to the new image, there will likely be plenty of screams and gore, much like in those earlier attempts.
Evil Dead Rise will give the horror franchise a fresh feel with all new characters and, more crucially, a whole new environment, four decades after The Evil Dead became the stuff of horror folklore. This time, the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis’ Deadites will attack a suburban tower block instead of the famous cottage in the woods. This will take the terror to a whole new level.
Check out the trailer from the first film below: