Evil Dead (2013)Extras During and After the Credits

Movie Details

In Theaters: April 5, 2013
On Video: July 16, 2013
Director(s): Fede Alvarez
Genre(s): Horror
Production Co.: Ghost House Pictures
Distributor(s): TriStar Pictures
MPAA Rating: R
Website(s): Official Site
Our Review: N/A
Running Time: 91 minutes
Credits Running Time: 6 minutes

During the Credits

There are several noteworthy parts of the credits of Evil Dead. The first couple of minutes of the credits plays over slow motion close-ups of various violent elements of the movie. After this, the rest of the credits scrolls over parchment from the Book of the Dead. About four minutes into the credits, audio of Cheryl Williams (Ellen Sandweiss) and Professor Raymond Knowby (Bob Dorian) from the first movie of the franchise plays as the professor dictates his encounter with the Book of the Dead. After about a half-minute pause, this is followed by another sound clip at the end of the credits, then the sound of a fly buzzing around, which is associated with being possessed.

After the Credits

There is a brief extra scene after the credits of Evil Dead. Check out more details and spoilers below.

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After the credits of Evil Dead is a special cameo that lasts about seven seconds. It shows a shadowy close-up profile of a now older Ash (Bruce Campbell). Initially looking down, he lifts his head up, says ”Groovy” (a catchphrase from the original trilogy), and suddenly turns to the audience.

Special thanks to Caesar Ortega and Spinmonk for the stinger submission!

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  • John Connor

    Was not expecting that at all. Fucking awesome stinger. I’m very excited for the future of Evil Dead. Can’t say the same about the movie that came before it. Didn’t hate it, but very underwhelming; didn’t really like it.

    • Didn’t your mom teach you anything? Stay off the grid, man! Terminators gonna find you.

      • John Connor

        I’m tired of running and hiding. It’s time to make a stand.

  • bill

    amazing film, forget john, if you like the orginal 2 ull like this

  • Andrew

    I dont think he met the second one bill i think he ment army of darkness the third one

    • John Connor

      I was talking about the film that happened before the stinger. I am talking about Evil Dead (2013).

      It was a squandered effort for a really great premise. It lacked suspense, tension, care, and lots more. It’s a flat film. It should have been 2 hours long and had more character moments so that you could identify and care for the people that you are watching. There was no buildup. There should have been something psychological about it.

      It seems they cut the real movie out and kept in only the gore. Gore means nothing without bringing you to the edge of feeling.

      The background music didn’t help anything. Silence can do wonders, especially when you are going for (or claim to be) going for a realistic tone. Doesn’t matter though, there was no lead-up to those moments anyway.

      That bathroom scene was probably the only well done scene. But just imagine how it would have been even more effective if we gave a damn about those characters.

      This is one of the most disappointing movies I’ve ever seen in my life. It had extreme potential. It had everything going for it. I suspect they can even make it into that great film through a major re-edit with all those character scenes they cut out (that I hear were in the script).

      • hardfu

        If they did all the things you wanted… it wouldn’t have been in homage to the original. Would have been a completely different movie and then people like you would have complained about that.

        • John Connor

          Wrong. It would have been a great film if they did the things I wanted. Instead, its a crap film, just like you wanted.

          • lol it would’ve been a good film if it had been anywhere near as scary as the ads tout it to be, but it’s not. instead, it’s just an extremely gory and graphic collection of shit that doesn’t make much sense.

  • PMLegendz

    It’s defiantly worth staying until after the credits!