‘We’re All Going To Die!’ ,Watch Tongue Spliting Evil Dead Red Band Trailer

‘We’re All Going To Die!’ ,Watch Tongue Spliting Evil Dead Red Band Trailer

So why where audience going absolute nuts at New York Comic Con last week? Simple they where watching the red band teaser trailer for Evil Dead Fede Alvarez’s  2013 version looks like it will deliver what hardcore horror fans want and legend Bruce Campbell promised Blood and you’ll get blood!

No matter what you think of the original The Evil Dead is a cult film and with that will come scepticism that how dare they try remake it! Fear not as this trailer highlights is extremely graphic, tongue splitting gory with an unsettling tone even that will have hardcore horror fans jumping up and down like an excited kid on Christmas day. Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi, Rob Talbert are all involved with this updated version  gives you an indication how much they think of Alvarez’s film and in this short trailer you can clearly see the film may have its own  trademarks but also has the essence of the original so fear not!

Synopsis: In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin.  When they discover a Book of the Dead, they unwittingly summon up dormant demons living in the nearby woods, which possess the youngsters in succession until only one is left intact to fight for survival.

If Alvarez delivers what he’s done with the trailer we’re on course for an entertaining freak out  film that will bring the Evil Dead kicking and slicing into the 21st century making Necronomicon the new black. As history has shown us a trailer tells a thousand different things but on 12th April 2013, all will be revealed if Evil Dead is worth all the praise it’s getting. The film stars Jane Levy,Lou Taylor Pucci, Jessica Lucas, Shiloh Fernandez and Elizabeth Blackmore . I do hope the “We’re Gonna Get You” from the demon is in the new version because ‘we’re all going to die’!

source:IGN

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