Count me as among the apparent minority that wasn't very impressed with this remake/reboot. I'm kind of quoting my own comments from the official BR review thread elseware.....
The sheer off-kilter tone of especially the original with it's low budget stop motion effects along with Raimi's direction and Campbell's performance is what made that movie so unique. Very little of that is evident in this remake aside from some Raimi-esque direction and camera work. There's almost none of the really bizarre scenes like the original as exhibited in the various (often crudely) animated bits like the corpse dancing headless in the moonlight or monstrous creatures literally bleeding clay-like gore in the finale.
It's more or less just slasher porn. After a while, the relentless violence becomes numbing and there's no real (dark) humor to provide the kind of welcome counterpoint that the two originals had. I will say one sequence that ends with a hypodermic needle removal is pretty unsettling.
Although there are a few nods to Raimi's style in this one (the demonic POV zooming through the woods for example), the overall style had more in common with numerous interchangeable horror flicks from the past decade or so. I will mention that the post credits cameo made me wanna throw my tv into the pool.
But yeah, the A/V quality on this release is pretty impressive.