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Movie Facts

Part of the: Evil Dead Collection

Status: Released

Runtime: 90

Budget: $17,000,000

Revenue: $97,542,952

Language: en

Webpage: Link

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  •  R

  • 2013-04-05
     18A

  • 2013-04-05
     -

  • 2013-04-11
     18

  • 2013-04-18
     -

  • 2013-04-18
     18

  • 2013-04-18
     18

  • 2013-04-19
     18

  • 2013-04-24
     16

  • 2013-04-24
     15

  • 2013-04-25
     -

  • 2013-05-01
     -

  • 2013-05-01
     R18+

  • 2013-05-02
     R18+

  • 2013-05-02
     K-16

  • 2013-05-02
     M/18

  • 2013-05-07
     18

  • 2013-05-08
     VM14

  • 2013-05-08
     R21

  • 2013-05-08
     -

  • 2013-05-09
     15

  • 2013-05-09
     18 éven aluliak számára nem ajánlott

  • 2013-05-16
     -

  • 2013-05-16
     -

  • 2013-05-16
     18

  • 2013-05-17
     -

  • 2013-05-30
     -

  • 2013-06-20
     -

Plot Keywords

Alternative Titles

  • 尸变
  • The Evil Dead 1 - Evil Dead
  • A Morte do Demônio
  • L'opéra de la terreur
  • Piktieji numireliai
  • A Noite dos Mortos-Vivos
  • Cartea mortilor
  • Zlobni mrtveci
  • Posesión infernal (Evil Dead)
Content Score: 100

(2013)

6.2/10 (960 votes)

Overview

Evil Dead, the fourth installment of the Evil Dead franchise, serving as both a reboot and as a loose continuation of the series, features Mia, a young woman struggling with sobriety, heads to a remote cabin with a group of friends where the discovery of a Book of the Dead unwittingly summon up dormant demons which possess the youngsters one by one.

Tagline

The most terrifying film you will ever experience.

Crew

Director: Fede Alvarez
Writers: ,

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Cast

Jane Levy

Jane Levy
as Mia

Jessica Lucas

Jessica Lucas
as Olivia

Shiloh Fernandez

Shiloh Fernandez
as David

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A review by John Chard

Dead Evil!

In truth this was always going to struggle to appease many of the horror hordes, Sam Raimi's original film held up as some sort of religious artifact that should never be tempered with - this even though it was considerably trumped by the sequel (erm: remake). Is it fair to say that even before it was released there were those hating it? It certainly seemed that way.

Can you judge this piece of horror film making on its own terms? Are there a new breed of horror film fans out there whom haven't seen Raimi's trilogy and therefore can go into it and get the tar shocked out of th... read the rest.