How Well Do You Know Sam Raimi Movies?

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Becky Stigall

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Tobey Maguire plays Peter Parker.

Raimi directed this 2002 blockbuster that made over $800 million at the box office. The movie also starred Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Parker

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Five people in a cabin reading the Necronomicon.

Raimi directed this first movie in the Evil Dead series in 1981. The film was also written by Raimi.

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Peter Parker gets to know his dark side.

This is the final movie of the Spider-Man Trilogy directed by Raimi. He also co-wrote the script.

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James Franco is challenged by witches, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams.

Raimi directed this 2013 movie. The film earned almost $500 million at the box office.

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A pretty banker is cursed by an old woman.

Raimi co-wrote and directed this 2009 film. Ivan Raimi, Sam's brother, was Raimi's co-writer.

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Tobey Maguire faces Dr. Octopus.

Raimi directed this 2004 blockbuster. The movie earned nearly $800 million at the box office.

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Ash goes on a quest for the Necronomicon.

This was the third movie in The Evil Dead trilogy. Raimi co-wrote and directed the 1992 film.

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Ash battles his possessed girlfriend in the woods.

This 1987 cult classic was the second in The Evil Dead trilogy. The movie earned only $6 million at the box office.

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Dr. Peyton Wilder gets revenge.

Raimi co-wrote and directed this 1990 movie. Liam Neeson stars as Wilder.

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Four million dollars and a dead pilot - how can things go wrong?

Raimi directed this 1998 film. The movie was a box office flop.

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Sharon Stone plays a gunslinger with a grudge.

Directed by Raimi, this 1995 film didn't even make back its budget. Sharon Stone plays "The Lady."

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Cate Blanchett has ESP.

Raimi directed this 2000 movie. The film was written by Billy Bob Thornton and based loosely on actual events.

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Kevin Costner takes the mound.

Directed by Raimi, this 1999 film was a box office flop. The movie also stars Kelly Preston.

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The Cohen Brothers gave Raimi a hand on this film.

Raimi and the Cohen brothers co-wrote this 1986 film. The film is a black comedy.

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Three thieves learn not to mess with a blind man.

Raimi produced this Fede Álvarez film. The 2016 movie did well at the box office.

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A curse happens when someone dies in extreme rage or sorrow.

The Grudge was produced by Raimi. It was directed by Takashi Shimizu.

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A 2013 remake of a 1981 cult classic.

Raimi was a producer on this 2013 reboot of his 1981 film. The movie was directed by Fede Alvarez.

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A 2015 remake of a 1982 film.

Raimi was a producer on the 2015 remake. The film was shot in 3D.

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Raimi's short film, set in a cabin.

Raimi directed this 32-minute film in 1978. He also wrote, edited and directed the movie.

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This MBA was hired to fail.

Raimi was a producer on this film, which was written and directed by the Cohen brothers. The movie bombed at the box office.

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A dybbuk is a dislocated spirit looking for a host.

Raimi helped produce this 2012 movie. Ella Wade is the voice of the Dybbuk.

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Can you survive a month of darkness?

Raimi helped produce this film. This 2007 movie was directed by David Slade.

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Jean-Claude Van Damme is Max Walker.

Raimi had his finger in the production pie on this one. The 1994 film was directed by Peter Hyams.

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Sunflowers in North Dakota aren't as sunny as they seem.

The Messenger was produced by Raimi. This 2007 film was directed by Pang Brothers.

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A chronicle of Mowgli's adventures.

Raimi actually played a giant squirrel in this 2016 remake of the Walt Disney classic. The film was directed by Jon Favreau.

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What creatures live under beds and in closets?

Boogeyman was produced by Raimi. The 2005 film was directed by Stephen T. Kay.

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Amber Tamblyn, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jennifer Beals battle and angry ghost.

Raimi produced The Grudge 2. The movie was directed by Takashi Shimizu.

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Raimi, and his go-to star, Bruce Campbell, starred in this short film.

Raimi had his hands all over this 1977 short film. He directed, wrote, starred, produced and distributed the movie.

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A gangster comedy.

Miller's Crossing was directed by Raimi friends, the Cohen brothers. Raimi has a bit part as "the snickering gunman" in the film.

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Slasher film based on the book, Night Crew.

Night Crew was produced by Raimi. This 1989 film was directed by Scott Spiegel.

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Stryker's War

Thou Shalt Not Kill... Except stars Raimi as a cult leader. The 1985 film was directed by Josh Becker.

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A reunion at Camp Tamakwa.

Indian Summer stars Raimi as Stick Coder. The 1993 film was directed by Raimi's friend, Mike Binder.

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A feline whodunit.

Murder of a Cat was produced by Sam Raimi. The 2014 film was directed by Gillian Greene.

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Surprise. Lucy Liu is a vampire.

Rise: Blood Hunter was produced by Raimi. The 2007 film was directed by Sebastian Gutierrez.

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This movie features The Hamburger Helper Helping Hand and The Pillsbury Doughboy.

Attack of the Helping Hand stars Sam Raimi as the Milk Man. The 1979, 6-minute film was written, directed and produced by Scott Spiegel.

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About This Quiz

You may know Sam Raimi as the force behind the Evil Dead movies. But he's directed, starred in, and produced many other blockbuster movies. Can you guess all of them?

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