Evil Undead - UncutEvil Undead - Uncut · DVD. Original Filmname: The Black Waters of Echo"s Pond. Filmart: Spielfilm. Verpackung: Softbox. Veröffentlichung. Formal wie inhaltlich gleichermaßen beschränkter Horrorfilm mit gänzlich talentfreien Akteuren, der dreist mit bekannten Genremustern kokettiert und dabei. Party Animal Rick, die wilde Veronique, der verklemmte Robert verbringen gemeinsam mit sechs anderen Freunden ihre Ferien auf einer Privatinsel. In ihrer Unterkunft, einer alten viktorianischen Villa, stoßen sie auf ein mysteriöses Brettspiel, das.
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to-Alternative, der GZSZ fr sich entdeckt, Evil Undead Film schwerer Evil Undead Film Hue Lampe Zurücksetzen Ausstellung ist notwendig. - StatistikenHarry Manfredini. Zombie - The Resurrection. Remember when we all though aluminum was a fragile material and "steel is real". Q: What about the Gott Des Windes Lightning Scene? People who design and The.Crucifixion.2021 these need absolutely huge props. Always loved the EVIL Revolt.
Campbell said, "The message was very clear: Keep the pace fast and furious, and once the horror starts, never let up. The idea to do a "prototype" was commissioned, to prove not only to themselves, but also to potential investors, that they were capable of doing a full-length horror film.
The same year, at Michigan State, Raimi had been studying H. Lovecraft and was most impressed with Necronomicon , or simply The Book of the Dead.
From these rough concepts, he concocted a short story where a group of four friends unwittingly dig up an Indian burial ground and unleash horrific spirits and demons.
Within the Woods , as well as serving as a prototype, had impressed the filmmakers. For a marketing strategy, a screening was arranged at their former high school, with a positive response.
Filming was first commissioned for the summer of in Michigan. In order to organize the budget, Sam Raimi , Robert Tapert and Bruce Campbell bought a few "how to make an independent film" guide publications.
However, due to technical difficulties, it was decided to move it up to 16 mm format, as they wanted to film the project in the style of the many low-budget films at the time that had come out in the s.
He stated, "Fellas, no matter what, just keep the blood running. Most importantly, Grainger provided the name of a distributor in New York City whom they could approach for possible distribution.
The company was Levitt-Pickman Films, who most recently was famous for Groove Tube , starring a very young Chevy Chase. One of Campbell's old girlfriends named Andrea allowed them to stay at her apartment.
Andrea's cat fell asleep on Raimi's face without even disturbing him, and Raimi, who is allergic to cats, had his eyes swollen shut.
The series stars Bruce Campbell reprising his role as an older Ash Williams with a supporting cast that includes Dana DeLorenzo , Ray Santiago , Lucy Lawless , and Jill Marie Jones.
The episode series is executive produced by Campbell, Sam Raimi , and Rob Tapert. Four days before its premiere, the show was picked up for a second episode season.
The series lasted for three seasons 30 episodes before it was cancelled by Starz in April Following the series' cancellation, Bruce Campbell announced he was officially retired from playing the character Ash.
There have been multiple Evil Dead video games :. Ash Williams also appears as a playable character, along with Kelly and Pablo from the Ash Vs.
Evil Dead TV series, in Deploy and Destroy , a competitive multiplayer FPS available for iOS and Android, and also as a non-playable character in Telltale Games ' game Poker Night 2.
Both of these games are not longer available. He also appears as a playable character in the asymmetrical horror game Dead by Daylight.
In , Dark Horse Comics produced a mini-series adaptation of Army of Darkness adapted and illustrated by John Bolton.
A trade paperback of this series was released by Dynamite Entertainment on September 25, In , Dark Horse revisited the franchise with a four issue adaptation of The Evil Dead written by Mark Verheiden and once again illustrated by John Bolton.
In , Dynamite Entertainment acquired the license to publish titles based on Army of Darkness and, in conjunction with Devil's Due Publishing , released the Army of Darkness: Ashes 2 Ashes mini-series.
A second mini-series, Army of Darkness: Shop till You Drop Dead followed in Later that year, Dynamite separated itself from Devil's Due and began focusing entirely on self-published titles featuring the Army of Darkness franchise.
This included an ongoing series that began in and saw Ash battling other horror icon such as Herbert West and Dracula.
The series lasted thirteen issues before being rebooted with a second volume in The second series lasted twenty-seven issues before coming to an end.
Over the years, there have also been several one-shot specials as well as crossovers with a wide variety of characters such as, Marvel Zombies , Darkman , Freddy Krueger , Jason Voorhees , Xena , Danger Girl and even Barack Obama.
The series was then rebooted in and started over from the last scene in Army Of Darkness the film, because Ash mispoke the words S-Mart was sent back in time to the Medieval times where the wiseman has been possessed, Ash fights through many battles with the same characters from the film.
At the end of this series Ash proposes to Sheila, in the next series "Ash gets hitched" they get married but Ash gets sent forward in time when he accidentally speaks a phrase that opens up a vortex.
He wants to get back to Sheila but runs into many situations causing delays, he is currently in space fighting the evil. In , Space Goat Productions acquired the license to publish titles based on Evil Dead 2.
In the documentary "The Untold Saga of The Evil Dead" Rob Tapert states that New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures had said they wanted to do Ash vs.
Freddy vs. Jason : "We thought about it for one second but we knew we would have totally trashed the franchise in doing that, in that there would be no reason to reunite Bruce and Sam for Evil Dead 4 whatever that would be nor would there be any reason to go back and reinvent the original Evil Dead with a hot new filmmaker".
Two comic book series were produced based on this concept, titled Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash , and Freddy vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors.
The production team of George Reinblatt , Christopher Bond and Frank Cipolla recently created an Off Broadway show titled Evil Dead: The Musical , based on the film series.
Its New York run was directed by Bond and Hinton Battle , who also choreographed the show. Ryan Ward played the part of Ash. Tying in with the midnight movie plot of a group of friends visiting a wooded cabin and unleashing untold evil, performances did not start until 11 p.
Previews began October 1 and the show opened November 1 at the New World Stages. It was announced on January 31, , that Evil Dead: The Musical' s New York production at New World Stages would close on February 17, Toronto producers announced a new Toronto production of the show, also starring Ryan Ward, at the Diesel Playhouse.
The new production started its running May 1, , and has been announced to end on September 8, In , the English comedian Rob Kemp created and performed the stage show The Elvis Dead , a retelling of Evil Dead II in the style of Elvis Presley.
In Italy , The Evil Dead was released under the title La Casa "The House" and Evil Dead II became La Casa II. Sean Lawlor. James Duval.
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So we had to keep quiet, but here is the beginning of the new line and a new Evil. We spent a lot of time on this frame and she's testing really well so far.
Cheers and lot's more info coming soon. Hey, i'll have one of the crooked alu ones, you know, if they're non-sellable and all Lol, they are over 25mm out at the rear axle..
Beautiful bookend though. What are you guys actually going to do with them? That's a lot of metal. FASTFOKUS Plus Apr 7, at No idea Maybe we can do a rescue mission Eyon Apr 7, at Carbon, if made right is as strong as any other material?
Why are the best super cars made from CF? Formula one cars are all CF near enough, and modern fighter jets and passenger airlines are CF?
Its a strong, versatile, light weight and tunable material. Its disastrous if used wrong but if used right, there is zero wrong with it.
And more importantly, it makes sexy looking bikes. Rob-Chapman Apr 7, at Give ya 50 quid for a crooked Revolt?
Yeah, i WANT an EVIL REVOLT the smaller size please CougarBait Apr 7, at WAKIdesigns Apr 7, at I really hope when this carbon thing is over and companies run out of ideas for the quest for ultimate rider perfomance enhancement by technological solutions which is retarded at the core they will discover the bamboo as the material of the future Whatever that is not a catastrophicaly expensive making a simple sport even more exclusive sport We laugh at golfers or sailors "you have to be dressed in a special way to be a member of the club you know, v-neck pullovers, hehe" - MTB gets even worse!
WAKIdesigns Apr 7, at Below Threshold show comment. I believe stockmarket guys as much as atheists that we go nowhere after we die.
Especially when they talk about prices going down buehehe. I mean if some investment bank is about to open huge manufacturing in Kongo, Nigeria or any other place where slaves can be shot as soon as they slow down a bit with work then I believe them.
Chinese are getting richer so they want higher and higher life and working place standards, so the costs will go up.
Then people in India have much more freedom and they are getting really pixxed off and protest. Just as South America.
Then we in better world don't want to pollute our own living and working places so this prediction is highly questionable to me.
We have so high humanitary? Ahhh maybe robots on the moon? I would say: you like exclusive luxury toys - buy them ASAP I like how companies are making their frames more sleek and compact every year.
WAKI, you have some valid points. I try to stay roots and just go out to have a good time. I rode my last bike for close to 6 years before upgrading.
I don't get new riding clothes every year, and I ride in baggy shorts or board shorts and whatever non-cotton t-shirt is handy.
Still, I love seeing new technology, and I won't be satisfied until every part on my bike is top of the line. This new Evil whip is SICK! Nyson Apr 7, at Below Threshold show comment.
As soon as innovation stops, the exclusivity of the sport dies and soon downhill becomes irrelevant. Sweet bike, Evil!
I hope there will be one at the GRT this weekend! Hard to impress with something irrelevant. Precisly kind of people I would rather not meet on trails Because the real tuffs will stick to what they do, because they have other things in MTB to find "relevant" than a bunch of tech toys.
Someone riding a bike to really enrich himself with that activity can have fun with a stiffie stinger. I would love to hang one of those crooked revolts on my wall.
If you do end up getting them, I would gladly pay shipping to get one, please let us know. And the Undead is quite beautiful, great work.
Oh, and is the Sect ever going into production? Downhill Apr 7, at If I had the money I would buy one straight away just from the looks but I would have to test one first Its one of the nicest looking bikes out there easily my top 5.
WAKI - We all have different agendas. Mine is to race against cocky, showboating Americans. I get it. I think we can each find what we're looking for without being negatively affected by Evil's new carbon bicycle.
Kevin Evil Welcome back and here's to competition! Much respect to you! Stoked to finally see this bad boy! RaleighVoid Apr 7, at Im only slightly sceptical.
I agree carbon is very strong, but if you want a frame to last you 6 years and still be able to sell it on, carbon is not great.
D-Owen Apr 7, at Yah, RaleighVoid said exactly what i was gonna say. For road bikes its great, its unbeatable, but for downhill if you chip off the clear-coat you have compromised that area of your frame.
If you go into my pics and look at my demo you would notice that most of my frame would be compromised! There is almost no spot tht hasnt been chipped lol.
Yes but you have to take care of your bike Then it won't brake. Barretttx Apr 7, at I would love to buy a crooked frame for cheap.
I could make some art out of it. Philler Apr 7, at Waki: I dont get your state of mind, as i can see from your Avatar, you work and live i guess in the creative sector.
But you are against the progression in this Sport? Ok Innovation is always expensive but I dont worry that our Sport becomes a Yuppie thing or how do you want to call it, my english sucks :- , at least the skills made you a good rider, it doesnt count on Carbon Bikes or whatever.
We can nothing make better!. Just my 2 Cents Philler : I just got to a point when I thought that what we have right now is simply more than enough.
It's more that there should be. We separated ourselves so much from the nature that going further is just doing ourselves one big disgrace And my avatar hehehe I used to have Eric Cartman there And in general I just enjoy polluting the neoliberal way of thinking buy more stuff to be free and happy - I like to pollute that ideology as it pollutes the planet and peoples lives so effectively.
I have nothing special against Evil bikes specificaly nor any other company I like to poo on. Ok few deserve real smashing but we'll get to them later as they release their products on Sea Otter, I'll give them some tongue lashing After reading Jerry Manger, "In the Absence of the Sacred", technology feels As Dumb as it will sound for you there is never enough, i share the the "never change a running system" Philosophy but progression is the Engine that makes things better in every sector.
You might think that things get worse and worst but the thing is there is a positive direction. I grow up in the socialistic part of Germany, i know that my happiness depends not on my material stuff :- I think if we take care of our ecological Footprints we can go on like that and still be some of the luckiest guys on Earth.
Dont hate on the Industrie you will not live without them Nyson Apr 7, at I am interested in taking one of those. So yeah sucks about the frames!
This bikes is dead sex, so it will make up fro the lost bikes. It just looks solid feeling Low center of gravity, from what i can see in these sexy raw carbon photos!
I think i found my next DH race bike! So how much are you hoping to sell these sexy carbon bikes for complete like you have above?
Also please update your website to have this sexy bike up for public viewing, just make sure you block larscha-nasfr, he might be asking for a lot of new computers.
Great job, always glad to see real engineering and passion in bikes! Keep this up and you could rival santa cruz. I wish that WAKIdesigns guy would just chill out with all the theology BS Evil has designed a nice and desirable product, prop to them, and carbon is the future as the manufacturing cost drop Get over it, as no one else cares.
I'm sure that loads of old Revolts will 'mysteriously' start to crack now they know you can get a new carbon one on warranty.
Rob-Chapman Apr 8, at Sure its really cool to have a nice bike, something to make you smile everytime you wheel it out the shed, but it doesn't have to be a carbon fibre zillion pound spaceship.
In the end, when your riding, your having far too much fun to care what your bike looks like or what its made of. Buy a bike, and ride it.
WAKIdesigns Apr 8, at Why can't I come up with such sentences like Rob-Chapman I have this disgression gland turned on all the time.
Good on Rob. Good point, but, all these different methods of contruction and materials used all ride differently, cast, carbon, alu, steel I'm only saying that people will break their old Revolts to get a new one?
And yeah i agree with what your saying as long as it has wheels bobs your uncle. But god that the new carbon one looks sexy! Good work Evil!
D-Owen Apr 8, at The damages on my bike are not from misuse, but from riding hard. Sure that's true, but you can have the same impact on your Aluminium frame and "crook"?
Thank you google traduction for this verb Carbon simply brakes, I think that if they're making that kind of bike, they are strong enough.
But who knows? We'll see! I do know what you mean, but if you scratch the clear coat off a part of your carbon frame say u wash out and bump a rock then is considered to be compromised.
It sounds silly but its true. I have had a guy come in with a carbon road fork that got a small scratch through the clear coat, we recommended that it be replaced cause it could be dangerous, then a couple weeks later it snapped on the scratch.
It is a bit different because its thinner carbon on a road bike but same idea. Steve Peat crashed his Carbon V10 at an Urban DH Race before the DH season.
The downtube of the frame hit a brick corner of a building at 30kph. All it had was a small scuff. Carbon works. Deal with it. DHhazza Feb 24, at RaleighVoid Feb 25, at Davidsym Apr 10, at Hi Evil.
Can you buy me a new Macbook since i jizzed all over mine? MirrorOne Apr 11, at Wow, that Is such a sexy frame!!!
As long as it is more durable than the original Revolt And it is awesome that the Revolt warranties still outstanding will get one.
Dirt-Street-Park Apr 7, at Exactly what I was thinking! Looks sooo nice, but I hope the carbon holds up. Chamakazi Plus Apr 7, at Jesus i want one Gimme gimme?
I'll give you cake?! How gutted must you be if you just got the older revolt on warranty right before this came into effect Rasterman Apr 7, at Below Threshold show comment.
Nice, the frame shape looks a lot like my Session RampageRules Apr 7, at Humorous Horror Taglines Fave '13 film featuring a struggle against overwhelming odds?
Buried Alive! Edit Cast Cast overview: Jane Levy Mia Shiloh Fernandez David Lou Taylor Pucci Eric Jessica Lucas Olivia Elizabeth Blackmore Natalie Phoenix Connolly Teenager Jim McLarty Harold Sian Davis Old Woman Stephen Butterworth Toothless Redneck Karl Willetts Long Haired Redneck Randal Wilson Abomination Mia Rupert Degas Demon voice Bob Dorian Professor Knowby from the Original 'Evil Dead' voice Ellen Sandweiss Cheryl from the Original 'Evil Dead' voice Inca Edit Storyline Five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin.
Taglines: The most terrifying film you will ever experience. Edit Did You Know? Trivia In one scene there are cards spread out on the table.
The cards are laid out in the order that Cheryl reads them in the original The Evil Dead Goofs When Mia leaves in Olivia's car, it has a Michigan plate on the front.
Michigan does not issue front plates. Quotes [ first lines ] Toothless Redneck : I've got the bitch! Crazy Credits Narration by Bob Dorian as Professor Raymond Knowby from the original movie The Evil Dead starts midway through credits, just when it lists the sound department.
Alternate Versions There is a popular fan edited version that removed certain lines of dialogue deemed corny, as well as removed scenes with poor CGI.