Evil Dead is utterly gruesome. Gore is abundant, as it will satisfy the most hardcore horror fanatics as well as terrify the casual audience member. Jane Levy is memorable in her role as Mia, and the character is a welcomed addition to the franchise. Personally, I hope the series continues in this exact fashion. It strips the story of its comic relief and what is left is purely visceral. The cinematography is absolutely gorgeous, in stark contrast to the sadistic nature of the film and the scenes itself, and the combination as a whole makes Evil Dead stand triumphant amongst its competitors.
L.A. Gore has been writing professionally for many years, with his articles appearing in numerous publications including Bibliotheca Alexandria, Waters of Life, Pangaia, Witches and Pagans, Playgrounds and The Circle. He has spent most of his life studying ancient and modern religion, and most of his work thus far represents his findings. He is a self-proclaimed horror movie fanatic, with over four hundred in his personal collection. A few of his personal favorites are Hellraiser, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Phantasm, Suspiria, Return of the Living Dead and Dead Alive.