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Sam Raimi’s Army of Darkness is one of the most important “gateway” horror films, which opened the door for many of us into the genre. In fact, I often see people mention that they saw Army before they even knew The Evil Dead or its sequel existed. No matter what order you experienced Sam Raimi’s trilogy, it’s one of the best and most popular horror franchises.
Army of Darkness came out in 1992, and ever since us horror fans have been clamoring for an Evil Dead 4. An unofficial sequel was once announced, and star Bruce Campbell even tried to appease fans with his 2007 meta-horror My Name is Bruce. And after the 2013 remake of Evil Dead, which revealed Ash in the post-credit sequence, it became clear that he would be returning in some way, shape or form. That would be the television series, “Ash vs Evil Dead,” which completed it’s inaugural run and is now filming a second season for a fall debut.
Sure, “Ash vs. Evil Dead” isn’t called Evil Dead 4, but it’s clearly a followup that lives in canon to the previous trilogy (and from what I hear, even the 2013 remake). Raimi even acknowledged that a lot of the series was intended for the fourth Evil Dead. With that said, “Ash vs. Evil Dead” is basically Evil Dead 4, a really, really long version.
Weirdly enough, I asked a friend to cut down the series into a manageable viewing length, and while he has yet to do it, a Bloody Disgusting reader has taken a different approach.
Josh Allwein contacted me to share his “VHS Cut” of “Ash vs. Evil Dead,” which has been run through a VHS filter. In addition, the intros have been edited out and the demon voices have been edited to sound more like the original films.
Below is his art piece that has me wishing a professional editor would trim this down to film-length so we officially have our Evil Dead 4.
Thoughts?

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Horror movie fanatic who co-founded Bloody Disgusting in 2001. Producer on Southbound, V/H/S/2/3/94, SiREN, Under the Bed, and A Horrible Way to Die. Chicago-based. Horror, pizza and basketball connoisseur. Taco Bell daily. Franchise favs: Hellraiser, Child’s Play, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, Scream and Friday the 13th. Horror 365 days a year.
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Jason Eisener Is Back!
The filmmaker behind cult classics “Treevenge” and Hobo with a Shotgun, not to mention Vice TV’s hit “Dark Side of the Ring”, has turned his V/H/S/2 segment into the full-blown traditional feature Kids vs. Aliens, now in limited theaters and on VOD platforms from RLJE Films and Shudder.
Kids vs. Aliens, which delivers all of the charm, fun, and chaos of a Jason Eisener film, is the latest collaboration between Bloody Disgusting, Cinepocalypse, and Studio71, who jointly produced V/H/S/94 and V/H/S/99.
In Kids vs. Aliensall Gary wants is to make awesome home movies with his best buds. All his older sister Samantha wants is to hang with the cool kids. When their parents head out of town one Halloween weekend, an all-time rager of a teen house party turns to terror when aliens attack, forcing the siblings to band together to survive the night.
Eisener co-wrote the film with John Davies (Hobo with a Shotgun).
It stars Dominic Mariche (“Are You Afraid of the Dark?,” “Team Zenko Go”), Phoebe Rex (“The Last Divide”), Calem MacDonald (“The Umbrella Academy”), Asher Grayson Percival (“Scaredy Cats”), and Ben Tector.
Kids vs. Aliens was produced by Brad Miska (V/H/S franchise, Southbound), Josh Goldbloom (V/H/S/94/99), Jason Levangie (Night Blooms), Marc Tetreault (“Moonshine”), and Rob Cotterill (Possessor).
Check out the trailer below and get ready for a good ol’ fashioned gateway horror film!

Kids vs Aliens trailer and poster
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