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Evil Dead 4K 2013 EXTENDED Ultra HD 2160p

Evil Dead 4K 2013 EXTENDED Ultra HD 2160p
Country: USA
Time: 91 min
IMDB: 6.5
Director: Fede Alvarez
Actors: Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Jessica Lucas, Lou Taylor Pucci, Elizabeth Blackmore, Phoenix Connolly, Jim McLarty, Sian Davis, Stephen Butterworth, Karl Willetts, Randal Wilson, Rupert Degas, Bob Dorian, Ellen Sandweiss, Inca, Bruce Campbell, Jack Walley.

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Evil Dead 4K 2013 EXTENDED Ultra HD 2160p
A young woman, Mia, trying to get rid of her drug addiction, goes with her brother and a group of friends to a house in the woods. The company finds the Book of the Dead and decides to read it aloud, with dire consequences.

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Is it easy to become a Hollywood director's protégé? For the Uruguayan YouTube star, Federico Alvarez, it was enough to make the $300(!!!) short disaster movie (!!!) Panic Attacks for him to get noticed by Sam Raimi, who offered him not just a collaboration, but something much more substantial: a reimagining of The Evil Dead. This low-budget, even by 1981 standards, film about the demonic power of the Book of the Dead, which punished a group of young people in a cabin in the woods for their curiosity, not only became a chorus phenomenon, but also handed Sam Raimi an invitation to join the ranks of cult directors.

In Alvarez's remake, the broad plot strokes remain the same: the forest cabin at the edge of the world, the company of hapless friends, Necromonion, demonic forces, and the sweet pleasures of dismemberment, liters of blood, and tree rape are preserved. First, however, a promising and exciting prologue follows, after which the company heads to a cabin, but not at all for the purpose of relaxation, but to support their friend Mia (Jane Levy), who has suffered decently from a heroin addiction. Abandoned to the hunt for euphoria, she is in physical and psychological torment. Her brother David (Shiloh Fernandez), with girlfriend Natalie (Elizabeth Blackmore), and friends Eric (Lou Taylor Pucci), and Olivia (Jessica Lucas), agree, for Mia's benefit, not to bring home the strung-out addict for any of her tantrums.

The favorable environment for recovery is marred by chilling discoveries in the basement, where in addition to animal mummies, a nice bonus is a mysterious book containing ghastly illustrations wrapped in barbed wire. Apparently, Eric was unaware of the laws of the horror genre, which is why he completely ignored the warnings about the inadmissibility of reading the book, and still read the spells in it, interrupting the slumbering demonic entity who has arranged a new genocide in the quiet woods.

Raimi's Uruguayan successor quotes the plot of the original film throughout, fully embracing the similarities in scene staging, characters, and dialogue, but deftly ruining many expectations, especially near the film's ending. The respectful treatment of the source material has paid off in the form of 2013's "The Evil Dead" appearing like the original film...only with more impressive amounts of blood, vomit and dismembered limbs that will terrify and amuse in equal measure. The little use of graphic special effects (another homage to the '81 film) makes the film more believable, aided considerably by the lighting and the extraordinary sound design.

The remake's script unraveled some of the original's omissions, such as the belated reaction of friends to the strangeness of what happens, justified by Mia's detoxification, but it is because of the script's transformation that there are murmurs of indignation that the characters' actions continue to be silly when reimagined, much to the simplification of the narrative.

Jane Levy fit seamlessly into the role of the drug addict, also conveying her character's demonic changes. Along with Lou Taylor Pucci, she definitely credits her participation in the film. The rest of the cast played to the best of their and the script's ability, but their performances are hard to call successful.

In "Evil Dead" Federico Alvarez managed to implement a harmonious combination of old and new. The film is true to the spirit of the original and reimagined with new ideas, perhaps not in the highest degree of ingenuity, but appealing even to picky Sam Raimi fans.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (64.7 Mb/s)
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

English, English SDH.


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