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[Podcast] Army of Darkness (1993) – Episode 38 – Decades of Horror 1990s And Beyond

“Alright you primitive screwheads, listen up! You see this? This… is my BOOMSTICK!” One of many unforgettable one liners that Ash (Bruce Campbell) spouts in Army of Darkness. The third in writer/director Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead trilogy is the cult favorite. For many, it’s the first film in the franchise they saw. It gave us the most recurring […]

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[Podcast] The Evil Dead (1981) – Episode 130 – Decades of Horror 1980s

 “You bastards. Why are you torturing me like this? WHY?!” Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) ponders this aloud to the Deadites torturing them. Or maybe this question is more directed toward writer/director Sam Raimi hauling abuse at Bruce. Either way, The Evil Dead is definitely a punishing film, both toward its cast and the audience. Every time […]

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[Podcast] Evil Dead II (1987) – Episode 92 – Decades of Horror 1980s

“We are the things that were and shall be again! Ahahahaha! Spirits of the book! We want what is yours! LIFE! Dead by dawn! Dead by dawn!” – The Deadites are back to terrorize Ash Williams once again with Sam Raimi’s super sick sequel EVIL DEAD II. Groovy! Let the fun begin! Thomas Mariani, Doc […]

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[Podcast] Ash vs the Evil Dead – Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse – Episode 135 – Horror News Radio

After years of horror movie fans demanding that Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell return to the Evil Dead franchise, fan-favorites characters and Deadites return – but this time to the small screen – with the coming of Ash vs the Evil Dead available for 10 weekly episodes on Starz. Can the demented duo recapture lightning in […]

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“Ash vs the Evil Dead” S01E01: El Jefe

The Starz horror TV series Ash vs the Evil Dead grabs its audience’s attention quickly within the opening minutes as Bruce Campbell shakes and grooves to Deep Purple’s Space Truckin’. “One more for Bubba,” Ash slyly references another film early in the opening of the pilot episode “El Jefe” to let the audience know what they are […]