Numerous film genres tend to have numerous subgenres. This is also evident among the horror films. Some of these subgenres include the vampire film, a psychological horror film, monster movie, the mad doctor movie, and the zombie film. The objective of the horror films is to generate fear and anxiety among the viewers. One of the examples of the horror films is the Evil Dead II. This is a freewheeling horror film under the direction of Sam Raimi Ash. The protagonist in the film encounters diverse genuine terror inclusive of cutting off his own possessed hand with a chainsaw. Critics and audiences of the film note the intensity and scary effects of the film. On the other hand, they also acknowledge the comic essence of the horror film (Egan, 2011).
Evil Dead II (1987) is the second film in relation to the Evil Dead franchise. The film comes out as sequel, as well as the remake of the initial or original The Evil Dead (1981). In the film, Ashley J. Williams, the protagonist, encounters and survives the possession of a girlfriend, and some new emergences. The protagonist manages to fight back the numerous evil demons possessing his house. The film provides the perfect platform for the Army of Darkness, thus the Evil Dead trilogy.
The film is vital in ratcheting up both the gore, as well as the theatrics, which was evident in Evil Dead I. Moreover, the director uses the film to implant Raimi’s brand or aspect of the vaudeville terror, thus setting the essential tone for the sequel. The film begins in a thick fog, which becomes the backdrop for the movie’s preamble. It is essential to note that the fog returns at the end to illustrate the influence of the main title card, which tends to zoom towards and past the viewer, as an extension of the tunnel within the opening shot of the film. The Evil Dead II does not take any longer in relation to getting the horrific set pieces in comparison to other movies in the horror