#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Ashley Williams travels to a secluded cabin in the woods with his girlfriend Linda where they find a tape recording of a professor and a book of evil. This unleashes a bunch of evil spirits that constantly terrorize Ash. Meanwhile a journalist comes to the area to study the book of evil. Ash and her end up having to survive this swarm of evil until morning comes.
Plot: Ash Williams and his girlfriend Linda find a log cabin in the woods with a voice recording from an archeologist who had recorded himself reciting ancient chants from “The Book of the Dead.” As they play the recording an evil power is unleashed taking over Linda’s body.
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Not really much of a fan of slasher/gore films, but friends suggested I give this a try purely because the film does not try to take itself too seriously, and despite the fact there is lots of gore here, none of it looked particularly realistic and only adds to the extremely black humour of the whole affair.
But what attracted me to this film was the charisma of the lead actor Ash, played by Bruce Campbell. He is not a great actor by any stretch, but he does have a rather boyish charm that moves the film along, even if the script is as creaky as the rocking chair in his cabin!
Definitely made on a shoestring budget, and the sfx (no cgi here!) are not all that great, but it doesn’t matter because you’re just there for the ride; and to be fair there are some very good fx splashed around throughout, and the first person camera-eye of the Evil Spirit in the Wood, is also well done.
The Flaming Groovy!
Yes indeed, Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell are back to shake some action with this remake of their own The Evil Dead (1981), only this time with more money and more overt humour. A quick prologue sets things up nicely, then BAM! Ash (Campbell) and his squeeze are in the cabin of doom and about to be part of a night of unholy demonic terror.
It’s a nightmare of the black comedy kind, where Raimi and Campbell invite us to a party and then gleefully pummel us into submission – and we sado-masochistically enjoy it! Ash has grown a pair of cojones and decides to fight back against the demonic forces, cue mucho action with chainsaw and shotgun. There’s a quip on the tongue for our hero as well, even as he is battered from pillar to post to make the action work.
Raimi isn’t interested in extraneous scenes or exposition, he strips it bare as the pic hurtles along, all while he brings his technical skills with camera and sound design to the fore. The humour is often outrageous, dementedly so, while it’s nice to find a group of film makers who don’t feel the need to now throw blood and guts at the screen every other scene just to make a formulaic impact.
Bonkers, chilling and devilishly funny. 8/10
A trip into a world of horror and comedy!
The Evil Dead trilogy still comes through as top notch, low budget, scary movies in the style of such titles as Nightmare on Elm street. This particular chapter of the trilogy _ Evil Dead II _ gives us as much as you can expect from a sequel, and more. That is to say, you must expect more ghoulish demoniacal possessions; more hand-held camera movements; and more, much more BLOOD! However, Evil Dead II starts to separate it self from other movies in this genre (and its prequel for that matter), particularly in a growing non-sense comedy style witch very smoothly sets in. Although one might think that horror and comedy don’t mix, Sam Raimi really pulled it off. For that purpose its clear that Bruce Campbell gets “carte blanch” with his character Ash. You can’t help to laugh in some of the scenes inside the lodge with his over the top performance. But don’t worry, because the horror and gore side of the movie is still there, all the way to the end. So, if you were a big fan of the first movie, and are not in the mood of something a bit different, don’t watch this. On the other hand, if you can keep an open mind about it, then you’ll get a great trip for sure. Enough said! I don’t want to spoil it for you!
A supremely imaginative horror-comedy..! MUST SEE for fans of the genre.
My Rating : 8/10
Sam Raimi’s ‘Evil Dead II’ is the definition of horror-comedy done well. Part II in the Evil Dead trilogy and carries the story forward brilliantly. Masterful camera work and stop-motion. Hilarious, entertaining stuff.
If you like this movie, also check out the lesser-known and highly underrated Peter Jackson’s ‘Dead Alive’.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min), 1 hr 10 min (70 min) (video) (Sweden), 1 hr 31 min (91 min) (TV) (Mexico), 37 min (workprint)
Genre Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
Director Sam Raimi
Writer Sam Raimi, Scott Spiegel
Actors Bruce Campbell, Sarah Berry, Dan Hicks, Kassie Wesley DePaiva
Awards 5 nominations.
Production Company Renaissance Pictures, De Laurentiis
Sound Mix Mono, Dolby Digital (5.1)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 35 BL, Mitchell BNCR
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length 1,961 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (2018 remaster), Dolby Vision, Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm