Sam Raimi's horror flicks
Sam Raimi's horror flicks -- We take a look at the director's past hits including ''The Evil Dead,'' ''Darkman,'' and ''Army of Darkness''
Sam Raimi’s horror flicks
Sam Raimi returns to horror with ‘Drag Me to Hell’ after three ‘Spider-Man’ flicks. A look at his résumé.
The Evil Dead (1983)
”Bruce [Campbell] is right to complain about his treatment on that set. Sometimes I’d hurt him with a two-by-four for the good of the audience.”
Evil Dead II (1987)
”With the second Evil Dead, we thought that we should change it up, so we went a little bit more in the comedic direction. We were really just trying to get our formula right.”
”I learned a great actor can take something that’s written a little bit thin and really make it work on screen. I couldn’t believe how much Liam Neeson elevated the material.”
Army of Darkness (1992)
”We almost abandoned the horror film and made more of a comedy swords-and-sorcery adventure. It was our desire to try something different.”
The Gift (2000)
Cate Blanchett plays a woman with extra-sensory perception. ”Billy Bob Thornton wrote this script based on [events] he believed actually happened with his mother.”