ByWill Wharton, writer at Creators.co
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Will Wharton

The kind folks over at Geek Tyrant have performed the unenviable task of going through the recently released Evil Dead Red-Band trailer and isolating 52 incredible screenshots for you viewing pleasure.

Say you're just hanging out, scrolling through with your iPhone and you don't want your girlfriend to hear the sounds of someone cutting their tongue in half. Check out these handy screenshots. Perfect for the discerning gore-hound. Or at least the gore-hound who wants to keep his girlfriend.

I highly recommend you check out the trailer if you haven't already, as it seems that our fears over this being a no good pointless remake were unfounded. The creators appear to have ramped up the gore, the horror and the cringe factor as witnessed below by one poor soul being forced to cut her presumably newly evil arm, right off. I chose a specific selection of screen grabs to display here as a little preview for you good people, as I feel they highlight moments in the trailer you might have missed.

First up is the image of the girl with the mouth that's been sliced open by the box cutter, that we saw earlier in the trailer. She appears to be seeing a shade of her future self in the mirror, as at the current time she seems pretty normal looking. Perhaps the evil is giving her a taste of what's to come?

Next up is the money shot you may have missed. We all saw the poor blond girl scream and pick up the eclectic carving knife when she realizes her arm isn't going to be doing her much good, but you may not have spotted her going for gold. This movie isn't going to skimp on the claret.

And finally... I have no idea what's going on here? Is this a recreation of a scene in the original movie that I'm totally forgetting? I just can't figure it out, I do know one thing though: it's hella weird and super scary. This image is burned onto the back of my eyelids. Pun utterly and completely intended.

Evil Dead hits theaters April 12th 2013.

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