The forest is moving, the trees are alive
Apparitions awaken to kill...
Possessing your body, tormenting your mind
Unrelenting, you've no place to hide
The demons will eat you, tear apart and digest you
This is hell in your mortal life
The whore you made love to, the one who will stalk you
Her loving hand will drive in the knife

The Book of the Dead is not open for the living to see
The Book has been read, evil curses your blood it will be

Incantations, echo at night
Screams vibrate your head as your brain begins to bleed
Fornication, pools of semen surround you
Swimming through your body as it pours out before you
Dismemberment, re-attachment
Each piece possessed with a mind of its own
Petrified, insertion of evil
The sphincter of death blows you out its backside

The Book of the Dead is not open for the living to see
The Book has been read, evil curses your blood it will be
You shall die like others before you while your god looks on
For nothing on Earth can save you from the awakening !


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    General CommentThe Evil Dead (also known as: Evil Dead, The Book of the Dead, Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead and The Evil Dead, the Ultimate Experience in Grueling Horror) is a 1981 U.S. horror film written and directed by Sam Raimi, starring Bruce Campbell, Ellen Sandweiss and Betsy Baker. The film is a story of five college students vacationing in an isolated cabin in a wooded area. Their vacation becomes gruesome when they find an audiotape that releases evil spirits.
    The film was extremely controversial for its graphic terror, violence and gore, being initially turned down by almost all U.S. film distributors until a European company finally bought it in the Cannes Film Festival marketplace. It was finally released into theaters on October 15, 1981. Although its budget was just $375,000, the film was a moderate success at the box office, grossing a total of $2,400,000 in the U.S. upon its initial release. Despite getting mixed reviews by critics at the time, it now has a dedicated cult following. The film has spawned two sequels, Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness; work on a script for a further film has started.
    sepultura1987on January 29, 2010   Link

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