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Ash vs Evil Dead (S02 E07) “Delusion”

This is my favorite Ash vs Evil Dead episode.  Not only is it well written with bits of characteristic humor, but it also lets Bruce Campbell flex his acting muscles. 931 more words

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Timeless Classics: Army of Darkness

Let’s admit that Bruce Campbell is great in everything he has done, including Spider-Man (2002), The Ant Bully (2006) and voiced in a couple of Spider-Man video games as the tutorial guide. 138 more words


Ash vs Evil Dead (S02 E06) “Trapped Inside”

Ash and the Ghostbeaters, Ruby, Linda and Lacey are walking toward Ash’s childhood home. Out of the blue, Pablo starts convulsing, spitting fire out of his mouth and rolling around on the ground. 1,318 more words

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Escape from L.A. (1996) [review]

While this does have the usual sequel problems; there are so few, to the point where we have a film which is almost as enjoyable as the original. 447 more words


Ash vs Evil Dead (S02 E05) “Confinement”

Normally, when a series has an episode that features all of the characters trapped in one locale it is a sure sign that the show has “jumped the shark.” However, this is not the case with Confinement. 1,023 more words

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Ash Has a Daughter in Season 3 of ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’

The one thing that can always be said of Bruce Campbell is that he dedicates himself to every role. And, he’s such a naturally interesting and colorful character, he typically leads his onscreen personas to sacred territory, where the truly magnetic lurk. 89 more words


Spiderman 2 Movie Review

12a, Action
Director: Sam Rami
Screenwriters: Alvin Sargent
Starring: Toby Maguire, Kristen Dunst, Alfred Molina, James Franco

Spiderman 2 was the second movie in Sam Rami’s Spiderman trilogy and possibly one of the best superhero movies to date. 543 more words

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