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Directors’ Trademarks: Sam Raimi

Directors’ trademarks is a series of articles that examines the “signatures” that filmmakers leave behind in their work. For this iteration, we are examining...

10 Best Remakes of 80’s Movies

The 1980’s saw the release of many beloved blockbusters and cult favorites. However, remakes of those movies have almost universally fared poorly. So, we...

Sam Raimi Confirms He’s Directing ‘Doctor Strange 2’

In a new interview, Sam Raimi has confirmed his involvement in the upcoming sequel Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. In an exclusive interview,...

Sam Raimi In Talks To Takeover Director Chair For DOCTOR STRANGE...

After it was announced back in early January that Scott Derrickson would be stepping aside from directing DOCTOR STRANGE INTO THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS...

The Trailer for ‘The Grudge’ Reboot is Here and it is...

Fans of horror beware, Sam Raimi is here to give you a scare with the trailer for the latest take on The Grudge. The story...

Six Superhero Movies That Nearly Went Into Production

Movie production is a complicated process, especially when you consider the issues of a big budget superhero movie. Here is a look at six...

Sam Raimi in Negotiations to Direct the Kingkiller Chronicles

The director of original Spider-man trilogy and the Evil Dead saga could be about to jump back into the supernatural genre as Lionsgate is courting him for the Kingkiller Chronicles, according to a new report.

Give Me Some Sugar Baby!

On Thursday STARZ sent the word out that Necronomicon hating, Boom Stick loving Ash is coming back in a new series.

Sam Raimi Talks The Last of Us, Maisie Williams Could Star

We've know that The Last of Us is being turned into a movie, with Sam Raimi guiding the film as a producer, but that's about all we know.  Today at SDCC, Sam Raimi took the stage to talk about the upcoming film along with the game and screenwriter for it, Neil Druckmann.  One of the more interesting tidbits is that Maisie Williams had been approached for a lead role.

Blu Review: Oz the Great and Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful arrived in theaters to mixed reviews from critics and a B+ Cinemascore from audiences. It managed to more than make back its production cost and will be followed up by the inevitable sequel. Sam Raimi's prequel to the 1939 classic now hits Blu-ray and DVD, giving audiences either another chance to see it for the first time or give it a second look in the comfort of their own homes.

Focal Point: Ultra HD Snobbery

Some betrayals are hard to forgive in this week's edition of the Focal Point webcomic! There is absolutely no denying that I'm a "snob"...