Saturday, August 16, 2008

BC talks ED4

Go to Mtv to read an interview with BC where he talks about ED4 and the inclusion of a younger sidekick:

“I think the audience would be insulted if you did, because then you feel this obvious pressure to appeal,” he said. “The beauty of the ‘Evil Dead’ movies is that you’re only appealing to one demographic and that’s people who like horror movies. And you just have to please them. You don’t have to appeal to the studio. You’re already pleasing them by giving them part 4.”

Well I can truly say that this is looking better and better (though it's not hard to be less disappointing then Indy4 or Die Hard4 I guess).

Go here and here where Raimi talks about ED4.

Here's an interview with BC, it's basically about BurnNotice but he says this about Bubba Nosferatu:

"Well, it’s a bit of a tease but I must say that the truth of the matter is I couldn’t come to an agreement with the filmmaker about what type of film we wanted to make so we felt it was best, rather than jeopardize what I consider to be a good friendship, we let it go. So it fell apart and I don’t think it’ll come back together again."

and if you go to Shock till you drop you'll see a new poster for MNIB (though it looks like a bad photoshop really).

ok I guess that's most of what's happening lately (don't forget the post under this one), we really need to find a way to keep this blog alive (if it is actually still alive), though I don't have full control (Deckle has). So make yourself heared, if it's worth it to find a good way to keep the BC info comming.

yours truly,

Evil Flip

ps. better start saving your money, cos the coming of EvilDead4 is obviously going to lead to more EvilDead/ArmyofDarkness DVD double-dip editions :S

3 Comments:

At 5:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's like God is trying to make me stop being an atheist.

 
At 8:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Still watching for this to show up on IMDB.

 
At 2:07 AM, Anonymous Redneck Zombie said...

I really like his quote about appealing to the demographic. It's so true. Studios today try to make movies that are appeal to everyone, and end up being so generic.

 

Post a Comment

<< Home