Bruce Campbell on handing over the Evil Dead franchise

The brand new issue of Total Film magazine is out now (and it’s available for only £1.99 on your iPad (opens in new tab) , or save 50% on the cover price by subscribing to the magazine with our winter 2012 offer ), and inside Bruce Campbell talks about the Evil Dead remake .

We take a look at two upcoming horror remakes that could buck the trend by actually being good – Evil Dead and Carrie .

Not sure that Sam Raimi’s cabin-horror scare-fest needs a remake? Perhaps Bruce Campbell can convince you otherwise.

When we caught up with the undead-battling actor for this month’s issue, he told us how new director Fede Alvarez sold the idea of a remake to him and Raimi:

“He pitched a full-length story and we really liked it. He wrote a script and we kept liking it. It sort of grew on us like a wart.

“Plus, when you see the chances of making a sequel receding every year, like our hairlines, you realise maybe we should get a new punk in here with five new kids to torment.

“We can use our experience to help guide the filmmaker to come up with a new balls-out movie that will torment people for the rest of their lives. We think he did it!”

Evil Dead opens in the UK on 19 April 2013.

For more from Bruce Campbell on Evil Dead , grab yourself a copy of Total Film magazine issue 201 – out now!

And don’t forget, the issue is available in our incredible interactive iPad edition for just £1.99 (opens in new tab) .

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