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Mommy loves you to death.Apr. 12, 202396 Min.
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Watch: Evil Dead Rise 2023 123movies, Full Movie Online – A twisted tale of two estranged sisters whose reunion is cut short by the rise of flesh-possessing demons, thrusting them into a primal battle for survival as they face the most nightmarish version of family imaginable..
Plot: Two sisters find an ancient vinyl that gives birth to bloodthirsty demons that run amok in a Los Angeles apartment building and thrusts them into a primal battle for survival as they face the most nightmarish version of family imaginable.
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If you are expecting an Evil Dead movie… well, I guess it depends on what generation you’re from. If you are expecting Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness, the films of the unholy trilogy… you are going to be gravely disappointed. This isn’t Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead.

This is, well, this is the Conjuring just like almost every other Horror movie past 2014.

It doesn’t really breathe “new life” into the franchise, instead it takes the Evil Dead and breathes the PG-13 Neo-Horror Movie breathe into a franchise that used to be a heck of a lot of campy immature fun.

Here you get the same as everything else.

Review By: GenerationofSwine

Evil Dead Rise Gives Series Fans A Fresh Take And Plenty Of Gore
Usually when a film series is embarking on a fifth outing the challenges
of keeping things fresh and original yet being new and creative can be a
massive obstacle.

Horror series ranging from “Halloween” to “Friday the 13th”, “SAW”, and
“A Nightmare on Elm Street” all faced issues with moving the series along
yet trying to stay true to the original film that inspired them and in
every case; failing to fully capture what made the original film a hit.

“Evil Dead Rise” is not only the latest entry into the series but a bold
take on the cinematic series as it abandons the remote cabin setting of
the first two films and the reboot in favor of an urban setting.

The film does open in a remote lakeside locale before jumping a day
earlier to California where estranged sisters Ellie (Alyssa Sutherland)
and Beth (Lilly Sullivan) reunite. Beth has been working as a guitar
technician and bristles that her sister refers to her as a groupie.

Ellie is raising three children after their father left and informs her
sister that the building they are living in is scheduled to be demolished
so they will have to move soon which is a shock to Beth as she has learned
that she is pregnant and is trying to figure out her life all the while
seeing what she thought would be a source of stability for her upended.

The arrival of an earthquake allows access to a hidden area in the parking
garage of their building and since the locale was a former bank; the kids
soon find a hidden book and records which the only son Danny (Morgan
Davies) hopes he can sell despite his sister Bridget (Gabrielle Echols)
admonishing him constantly to leave it alone and return it to where it was
found.

The book turns out to be a Necronomicon or “Book of the Dead” and as fans
of the series know; nothing good ever comes from one and thanks to playing
old records left by a Priest describing his thoughts on the book; a
summoning incantation is read and this causes Ellie to become possessed
and unleash grotesque carnage and terror on her family.

What follows is a gory and at times intense game of cat and mouse
punctuated by moments of levity as the demonic infestation knows no end.

The film has the over-the top- gore that is expected of the series and the
makeup and effects are very effective. Writer? Director Lee Cronin has done
a great job capturing the tone of the series while moving it forward as he
cleverly incorporates lines and nods to the series without making them
seem forced.

Some may find the excess of blood too much but the series has always been
known for taking things to the extreme as the blend of horror and comedic
parody is what made the original film such a success.

In the end “Evil Dead Rise” does enough to keep fans of the series happy
and hopefully, we will be seeing a new entry in the series in the future.

3.5 stars out of 5

Review By: garethmb
Exactly what it claims to be – gory, constantly hard-hitting and devoid of any fancy storyline
I just saw the film in a preview screening in London which featured a Q&A from director Lee Cronin.

I had high hopes for this movie given it’s current 8.1 rating on IMDb and 96% on rotten tomatoes (albeit with only 26 reviews), and especially because I actually really liked the 2013 remake (which was not the best received by fans and critics alike). I would say that generally, it didn’t disappoint, but it certainly didn’t smash it out of the park for me either.

The good:
* Gory, gory, gory. Wow. A gorefest, but somehow not overdone. It features a few massive gore moments that are memorable.

* Modern day special FX make Sam Raimi from the 1980s sad he was stuck with playdoh and experimental techniques. The characters all look damn scary.

* Acting was generally good. Nothing groundbreaking but Alyssa Campbell was fantastic (both when normal and, especially, when possessed

* Sufficiently different from the original Evil Dead that it felt fresh and wasn’t boring.

* Considering all of the Evil Deads were in a cabin in the woods, this felt like a tough ask to feature the entire film in an apartment block. But the new world that was created was dark and gloomy, and certainly fit the bill.

The ‘bad’:
* It’s not an earth shatteringly different movie to ones you may have seen, meaning it’s not going to “blow you away”. It very much sticks to its lane paying respect to the Evil Dead and even the remake in some parts.

* It is pretty predictable, which can be forgiven by the fact that it’s more of a slasher than any psychologically disturbing film (I’d say the 2013 remake was more psychologically disturbing).

* You probably do need to see the original Evil Dead or at least the 2013 remake for a lot of things to make sense (such as how the characters can ‘transfer’ the demonic spirit), although it’s not mandatory.

I think in many ways this reminds me of M3Gan – it’s not trying to be a groundbreaking film and reinvent the wheel, it’s just testing a moderately new spin on an old Horror trope that doesn’t claim to be pretentious. It tries to be something a bit fresh yet familiar, and to that end it succeeds like M3Gan generally did. It’s using a cult Horror classic in The Evil Dead (with its classic plot devices and iconic scenes) and reimagining it with a new location, new characters, and a sxxxload of modern day special FX, so it’s never going to get the critical acclaim of the original nor get any brownie points for raw originality – and that’s ok! What is lacking in originality or a riveting storyline is made up for in gore and in-your-face moments.

In the Q&A Cronin said that even if you didn’t like the film, you certainly weren’t bored. I would have to agree with that and say that this film definitely will not bore. It will make you squirm in your seat at some of the attacks/kills and it may make you laugh occasionally too. I’d give it a 7.5, which rounds up to an 8 on IMDb for me.

Over a week out from the proper release of this film, my guess is that it does very well. It will settle around a 7.1/7.2 on IMDb, and gross around $200m (and, in the process, gross out a few people!)

Review By: harrycollins
A Disappointingly Tame Addition to the Franchise
To be honest, I’m not a big fan of the “Evil Dead” franchise. The original is a classic, and the 2013 remake is decent, but I’ve never really connected with the other installments. That’s not to say they’re not entertaining; it’s just that they never truly resonated with me. However, despite my indifference toward the franchise, I decided to give the latest installment, “Evil Dead Rise,” a chance. And truth be told, I found myself practically shaking in excitement as I sat down in the theatre – all I wanted was what the trailer seemed to promise: Lots of blood, lots of gore, and lots of action. And after an entertaining start, with an opening that had my jaw on the floor and is worth the price of admission alone, setting the stage for a thrilling and suspenseful ride, it is my absolute displeasure to report that this movie disappointed me.

“Evil Dead Rise’s” decision to skip the streaming release and opt for a theatrical run seems justified given the film’s impressive visuals and unsettling portrayal of the Deadites. After all, according to IMDb, “[‘Evil Dead Rise’] was originally meant to release exclusively through HBOMax via direct-to-streaming, but it performed so strongly during test screenings that the studio decided to release it theatrically instead.” Would you believe me if I told you that it is evident that the film was originally going to be direct-to-streaming? Despite its strengths, the movie falls short of expectations for its lack of visceral gore, action, and scares. Now, this isn’t to say that the quality isn’t there – the movie looks absolutely amazing, with claustrophobic cinematography that echoes “Rosemary’s Baby”. Additionally, the Deadites looked legitimately evil, managing to have little old me commit to attending a church service on Sunday due to how sheerly satanic they looked. However, this movie’s shortcomings leave viewers feeling unfulfilled, especially those who were hoping for a film that captures the blood-soaked madness of previous iterations.

Despite what the trailer suggests, the movie ultimately fails to deliver on its promise of extreme gore and blood-curdling violence. While it does contain some moments of bloodshed, they pale in comparison to the 2013 reboot, which featured much more graphic and disturbing elements, with everything from people slicing their cheek open to severing their own arm off with an electric meat cleaver. So, while the reboot from 2013 met my expectations in this regard, the latest installment seemed to pull its punches, leaving me wanting more. The violence felt sanitized and unimaginative, failing to evoke the sense of shock and disgust that I was hoping for. The film also lacked a sense of urgency and tension, leaving me bored and impatient throughout. The film almost feels like it is afraid to shock its audience – people get stabbed, tattooed, and stabbed again, and none of it is particularly exciting or different than anything you have seen before.

“Evil Dead Rise” falls short on both the violence and the tension. The slow pacing and lackluster action scenes leave viewers feeling bored and unsatisfied. The lack of a satisfying payoff, combined with the toned-down approach to violence and gore make the movie a disappointment. On top of that, the film’s runtime feels overly long, exacerbated by the lack of intensity in the scenes, resulting in an overall lackluster experience. While some may enjoy the movie (a 12 year old boy enthusiastically screamed, “Hell yeah!” upon the roll of the credits, so take that how you will) most viewers will likely walk out feeling disappointed and unsatisfied, having witnessed nothing new or exciting.

Review By: darkreignn

Other Information:

Original Title Evil Dead Rise
Release Date 2023-04-12
Release Year 2023

Original Language en
Runtime N/A
Budget 12000000
Revenue 40300000
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror
Director Lee Cronin
Writer Lee Cronin
Actors Alyssa Sutherland, Lily Sullivan, Morgan Davies
Country New Zealand, United States, Ireland
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


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Evil Dead Rise 2023 123movies
Evil Dead Rise 2023 123movies
Evil Dead Rise 2023 123movies
Evil Dead Rise 2023 123movies
Evil Dead Rise 2023 123movies
Evil Dead Rise 2023 123movies
Original title Evil Dead Rise
TMDb Rating 7.014 173 votes

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