After re-watching Evil Dead I and II recently, I thought I would check out the less often watched third film of the series.
Unfortunately though, this one just doesn’t compare to the other two films. A lot of this was silly slapstick, quite childish at times, especially the scene in the windmill with the little Ash minions, and the skeleton army battle scene at the end.
But, there were some funny moments, and a few groovy one-liners here and there. This version of the film was the director’s cut, so had the alternative ending (see below).
I really need to see Ash vs Evil Dead, but it is not available here yet.
Date watched: March 10th
Film count 2016: 45
It is always good to see the Evil Dead films again, they never disappoint.
Bruce Campbell really made this film, he was bonkers great, and the photography was superbness.
Not much more needs to be said really.
Date watched: January 28th
Film count 2016: 16
I chose this thinking I had not seen it, but it turns out I had way back in May, 2009. I gave it 7 out of 10 then. I had forgotten most if it though, just remembering a few things here and there.
Bruce was doing his thing, no complaints there of course. The other actors were amateurs except for the guy who played The President, he was given “special apperance by” treatment in the opening credits. He looked familiar and turns out is a very prolific actor. Peter Jason is his name.
Nothing to rave about at all, and is probably one of Bruce’s worst films, so my first score of 7 was maybe a bit too optimistic, I guess I was just so pleased to see Bruce again.
Date watched: February 21st
Film count 2015: 26
This is a Bruce film so it is automatically good.
As well as starring in this, he also wrote and directed this, his first feature film to direct actually. Ted Raimi (Sam’s bro) was also in this, as was Stacy Keach.
This is real B-grade film material, and was made in Bulgaria to save money. But it is actually quite funny in places with a silly but fun story.
The extras on the DVD are good too, you can see one below the trailer.
Date watched: December 2nd
Film count 2012: 119
Not sure how many times I have seen this now, a few. A little dull in places but still one of the best horror/comedy movies ever. Groovy!
Movie count 2010: 34