ARMY OF DARKNESS
1992, Universal Pictures, 96 min, USA, Dir: Sam Raimi

Swallowed up by a time vortex at the end of the previous EVIL DEAD installment, horror hero Ash (Bruce Campbell) finds himself trapped in medieval times. In order to get back, he must once again find the accursed Necronomicon while battling legions of the undead. Upping the comedic elements of the previous entries, ARMY OF DARKNESS plays as if the Three Stooges directed JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS blasted out by a boom-stick.


EVIL DEAD II
1987, Rialto Pictures, 84 min, USA, Dir: Sam Raimi

Bruce Campbell returns to the woods to battle demons (and his own possessed hand!) in a sequel that tops the original EVIL DEAD for sheer speed and inventiveness.


THE EVIL DEAD
1981, Grindhouse Releasing, 85 min, USA, Dir: Sam Raimi

Director Sam Raimi’s breakthrough 1981 occult thriller follows a group of five college students trapped in a demon-infested mountain cabin. Starring Bruce Campbell as Ash.


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