After announcing that Evil Dead Rise, the fifth installment in the long-running horror franchise, has completed filming (after consuming about 6,500 gallons of blood!), producer Bruce Campbell continued to annoy fans of the In an interview with BlairWitch.De, Campbell teased that the fact that the main characters in Evil Dead Rise are a family makes the whole situation even more “excruciating”.
“This one is dark, this one is pretty serious. Good, strong performances, ”said Campbell. “It is a single mother who now has to grapple with this book. Today it’s more about the book. This book is spreading, this book is being passed around, passed down, people are trying to get rid of it, they are trying to bury it or destroy it, and they really can’t. So this book keeps coming up, so it’s really just another story about what happens when this book shows up in the life of that particular group of people and how it overlaps. “
He added,” This family is not the same at the end of the film. Well, they’re gutted, the whole family is destroyed, you know, these people get obsessed – brothers and sisters, sons, daughters, you know. So yes, it’s a family affair, this is a family affair. In this they are all related. I think that makes owning and killing your siblings even more difficult. Because in the original Evil Dead there was only one brother-sister combo, Ash and his sister Sheryl. The rest were just friends. That is all, they are all related in this household. Much more horrific. “
The synopsis of the film is: Evil Dead Rise follows two estranged sisters whose reunion is interrupted by the rise of flesh-obsessed demons and plunges into a primal struggle for survival as they confront the most nightmarish version of family. that you can imagine. The film has been confirmed to build on the original trilogy rather than the 2013 reboot and move out of the woods into a modern urban setting.
In the film starring Lee Cronin (The Hole in the Ground) Directed, Alyssa Sutherland and Lily Sullivan play as the two sisters and the young actors Morgan Davies (The End), Nell Fisher (Northspur) and Gabrielle Echols (Reminiscence), who will play a sibling trio, and Mia Challis as an 18-year-old girl obsessed with fashion and social media. Evil Dead Rise is produced by Campbell and franchise creator Sam Raimi. It’s slated to hit HBO Max next year.