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Ranking Sam Raimi's 9 Most Notable Films

By Miscellaneous | Film | February 7, 2021 |

By Miscellaneous | Film | February 7, 2021 |


Evil Dead 2 (1987) - Considered by many to be a cult classic, “Evil Dead 2” is a horror comedy that follows the continued misadventures of Ash Williams as he battles against demonic forces.

Spider-Man 2 (2004) - Widely considered to be one of the best superhero films of all time, “Spider-Man 2” follows Peter Parker as he struggles with balancing his superhero duties with his personal life.

A Simple Plan (1998) - A departure from Raimi’s usual horror and action films, “A Simple Plan” is a dramatic thriller about two brothers who uncover a large sum of money and must navigate the consequences of their newfound wealth.

Drag Me to Hell (2009) - A return to Raimi’s horror roots, “Drag Me to Hell” is a supernatural thriller about a loan officer who is cursed by a gypsy and must find a way to break the curse before it’s too late.

The Evil Dead (1981) - The film that started it all, “The Evil Dead” is a low-budget horror film that follows a group of friends as they unleash evil spirits while vacationing in a cabin in the woods.

Spider-Man (2002) - Raimi’s first foray into the superhero genre, “Spider-Man” was a critical and commercial success that helped to revive the superhero film genre.

Army of Darkness (1992) - The final installment in the “Evil Dead” trilogy, “Army of Darkness” is a horror comedy that follows Ash as he battles against the forces of darkness in medieval England.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) - Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the closest thing to a straight-up horror movie that we’ll see out of the MCU, and in many ways, that’s what makes it fun. Yet its failures are significant, its missteps can’t be ignored, and they ultimately mar something that was so remarkably close to great.

Spider-Man 3 (2007) - While not as well received as the previous two films in the series, “Spider-Man 3” still had a significant impact on the superhero film genre and remains a popular entry in the franchise.