The Evil Dead Reviews
October 8, 2020
[Raimi] and Philo were forced to improvise any number of rigs and off-the-cuff techniques to make a small movie seem big, and they succeeded with gory gusto.
September 6, 2020
For all the elements that don't work, there are more that do.
September 25, 2019
Even though the beginning of the movie repeats the vulgar premise of the abandoned house visited by some naive young people, the truth is that uneasiness immediately takes over viewers. [Full Review in Spanish]
October 29, 2018
It all started in that ramshackle cabin with a little horror movie that endures over 35 years later. That's pretty groovy.
October 26, 2018
The sheer passion, the ingenuity of them wanting to make this movie...a classic.
August 11, 2016
...a striking debut from a filmmaker who would go on to much, much better things.
October 10, 2015
The movie plays like an entry point into the infectious minds of ambitious overachievers, who do exactly what they want and offer no apologies.
October 7, 2013
Director Sam Raimi burst onto the horror scene with this crude cult favourite that's short on story but long on excessive gore and innovative camerawork.
January 6, 2013
A cult classic of the highest order, Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead is the rare 80′s movie that actually feels worthy of its lofty reputation; relatively, anyway.
October 9, 2012
Sam Raimi's visceral debut remains a benchmark of modern horror.
May 27, 2011
It's Raimi's keen eye (and ear) for audiovisual intoxication that makes this creeper a home run.
January 9, 2011
Everyone tries to make a horror flick this way. Few succeed like Raimi did.
July 6, 2010
The films strength lies within Raimi's innovative filming techniques, especially in regards to his now patented manic camera angles, POV shots, and ferocious tracking shots.
May 27, 2010
In the league of "Night of the Living Dead" and "Jaws" where it continues to be immortal and outlive other horror classics in the face of changing movie going sentiment...
March 25, 2010
No serious subtext to be found here, just vigorous love and respect for the simultaneous horror and humor inherent to the genre.