Tuesday, August 31, 2010

'Evil Dead' Comes To Blu-ray Looking Better Than It Ever Has Before

Adam Rosenberg writes:
The premiere home video release this week is, without question, the Blu-ray for Sam Raimi's cult classic, "Evil Dead." To put it simply: the movie has never looked better in its shiny, new high-def ensemble. It can be viewed with one of two aspect ratios-- a widescreen 1.85:1 or a fullscreen 1.33:1. Most will automatically opt for the widescreen view, but it's worth noting that the 1.33:1 is the film's original format, as is noted in the all-new audio commentary (more on that in a moment). The fullscreen option looks slightly better overall, but the difference isn't a huge one-- viewer's preference can reign here, and be equally pleased in either case.

Then there's the new commentary. Raimi, star (and living legend) Bruce Campbell and producer Robert Tapert gather for an informative chat about the making of the film. They don't break it down scene by scene, but rather discuss the entire, harrowing four-year process of getting "Evil Dead" made, beginning to end. It nearly killed a few people, quite literally. Especially during the actual shoot, which went down at a backwoods cabin in Tennessee. With no town close by and lots of expensive equipment lying around, one member of the crew had to stay there each night to protect everything. Then there's the cabin, which has a history all its own. They don't get into in during the commentary, so I asked Campbell about it when I spoke to him recently...

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Monday, August 30, 2010

Featured Artwork: Homer Simpson vs Army of Darkness

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Walking Dead Apocalypse by TheScareHouse

Music video by Best Friend Fight. http://www.scarehouse.com Pittsburgh zombies run amok on a brain-eating rampage! Video presented and produced by The ScareHouse, Pittsburgh's Ultimate haunted house. Choreography by Luanne O'Brien. Additional footage provided by Janaka Jayawardena. Special thanks to Andy Gastmeyer and Brown Hornet. This song and video is not affiliated with the Image comics series or AMC adaption. (c) 2010 Undead Productions, Inc.

A shoutout to Bruce Campbell around the 1:55 mark. Thanks eleventymatt!

Source: TheScareHouse

Why So Blu? - Evil Dead / Hatchet Blu-ray Giveaway Contest!

Blu-ray Brian

How’s this for doubling your pleasure? Our good friends over at Starz/Anchor Bay have given us a Blu-ray set of Evil Dead and Hatchet to give away to one lucky horror fan. It could be you! The giveaway contest is free and open to all our readers located in the continental U.S.

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See also: Evil Dead (Blu-ray Review) by whysoblu.com

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Evil Dead Trilogy Posters by Rusty100

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Featured Video: Evil Dead Chainsaw (Pictures & Measurements)

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eBay: Evil Dead Model Reel To Reel Tape Recorder

This auction is for a Panasonic reel to reel tape recorder which is exactly the same make & model as was used in both 'Evil Dead 1' and 2. It has a USA style plug, but this can be plugged into a standard UK converter and it has a voltage switch on the back to allow it to run at various voltages; 100v, 115v, 125v, 200v, 230v & 250v. Its in full working order, and has it's plastic cover, but I don't have the original box. It will Play reel sizes; 1-7/8", 3-3/4" & 7-1/2"


On/Off volume
Sound monitor / Off / Easy matic
Mode selector: Jazz / Orchestra / Speech
Rewind / Stop / Play / Pause / Fast-forward

It is also supplied with 10 variously sized reel tapes with misc odd recordings on.

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Saturday, August 28, 2010

Reminder: Ted Raimi Screening his Web Series in Detroit August 28th for Charity

Actor and Director Ted Raimi returns home to Detroit to screen his web series, Playing Dead at the DFT. This dark comedy, written and starring Suzanne Keilly, is about a down on her luck actress that takes a part time job as Death to pay the bills. Produced and shot by Kurt Rauf and scored by Curtis RX. The evening, which benefits Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit, includes live music by Troy Gregory and Lightening Love, Q&A with Raimi and Keilly, and features the work of Detroit artist SLAW.

Performance is Saturday, August 28th, 2010 at 8pm

Click Here For More Info And To Buy Tickets - www.mosaicdetroit.org

More on 'Playing Dead' here

The Evil Dead, Saturday, August 28 & Sunday, August 29 - George Eastman House, Rochester, NY


August 28 at 8 pm
August 29 at 7 pm

George Eastman House
(585) 271-3361
900 East Avenue
Rochester, NY

Source: www.eastmanhouse.org

Friday, August 27, 2010

MovieMaker Magazine: Bruce Campbell Resurrects The Evil Dead

Kyle Rupprecht
B-movie god Bruce Campbell has just about done it all—from lead roles in offbeat indie flicks like Bubba Ho-Tep to cameos in big-budget hits like the Spider-Man series. Not only does he have a broad array of TV work under his belt, including playing the title role in “The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.” and his current gig, on USA Network’s popular spy series, “Burn Notice,” but he’s also the published author of two books (with a third on the way). In recent years, Campbell has also tried his hand at movie directing, helming (and starring in) such features as the self-referential My Name is Bruce and Man with the Screaming Brain.

Of course, Campbell’s best known and most beloved role remains Ash, the unlikely hero in Raimi’s Evil Dead trilogy. It all started back in the late 1970s when Campbell and a group of young friends from Michigan (including Raimi, who went on to helm the Spider-Man trilogy and Drag Me to Hell) decided to make a low-budget, no-holds-barred horror flick that would soon become a classic of the genre. The story, about five friends who travel to a secluded, demon-possessed cabin in the woods for the scariest night of their young lives, was simple and effective. Boasting innovative effects and camerawork, gore by the gallons and a tense, unrelenting pace, The Evil Dead has aged like fine wine in the nearly 30 years since it was first unleashed on unsuspecting audiences. The surprise success of the film led to two sequels, Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness, which pushed the series in a more comic, Three Stooges-inspired direction. With the original now being released on Blu-ray, The Evil Dead is sure to terrify a whole new generation of audiences.

Just before its Blu-ray debut on August 31 from Anchor Bay Entertainment, MM caught up with Campbell to discuss the enduring appeal of The Evil Dead, as well as the oddest question he’s ever been asked by a fan.

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Evil Dead References in Video Games

Evil Dead has been called many things over the years and some of the descriptions that have been floating around are cult classic and the “ultimate experience in grueling terror”. And even though lead actor who played “Ash”, Bruce Campbell, from the Evil Dead trilogy might be more recognizable from his book or tv show “Burn Notice” and director Sam Raimi is more well known for directing the Spiderman films; Evil Dead is still adored by many. And some of those adoring fans just so happen to also be video game developers.

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The Freak-Out! to present 'Bubba Ho-Tep', August 27 & 28, 10:00 PM, Shreveport, LA

The King is back ... Well, sort of.

The Freak-Out! will showcase Bruce Campbell as "Elvis" in the 2002 cult favorite "Bubba Ho-Tep" which will be shown tonight and Saturday at the Robinson Film Center.

Tonight's screening will include a special pre-show welcome by an Elvis Presley impersonator, along with Elvis-themed drinks, specials and the popular "I Voted for Bruce Campbell" bumper stickers.

"Bubba Ho-Tep" is a mix of fantasy, comedy and action that looks at what would happen if Elvis Presley and JFK were alive, living in a nursing home that was attacked by an ancient mummy.

WHAT: The Freak-Out presents "Bubba Ho-Tep."
WHEN: 10 p.m. today and Saturday.
WHERE: Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas St., Shreveport, LA 71101.
COST: $5.75 to $8.75.
INFO: (318) 424-9090 or www.robinsonfilmcenter.org

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

eBay: Japanese Movie Program - Army of Darkness

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・Publication Year: 1993
・Size: about A4(8×11 inch)
・pages: 22
・Condition: Used(Scratches on the cover / Wrinkle)
・Language: Japanese

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

MTV News: Bruce Campbell Reflects On 'The Evil Dead,' 'Bruce Versus Frankenstein' And Why He's So Awesome

Adam Rosenberg
Sam Raimi's classic horror film "The Evil Dead" arrives on Blu-ray next Tuesday, exactly one week from today. In addition to a lovely-looking hi-def transfer and what is apparently the first available version of the movie in a 1.33:1 aspect ratio -- which is actually full screen, compared to the more standard 1.85:1 widescreen -- there's also a bonus DVD of behind-the-scenes content and an all-new audio commentary with Raimi, star Bruce Campbell and producer Robert Tapert.

The commentary is pretty stellar. Making "The Evil Dead" was a four-year process for these guys, 12 weeks of which were spent in what sounds like the absolute hell of shooting at that cabin. Joking statements are made comparing the experience there to that of Vietnam, and the anecdotes the shared range from appalling to downright frightening. Raimi, Campbell and Tapert have all known each other for a very long time, and that relationship really comes out in their back-and-forth banter.

Campbell was kind enough to take some time to chat with MTV News this past weekend, and he seemed very excited to be talking about this movie that was so instrumental in launching his career... and not just because it was his first feature.

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Monday, August 23, 2010

Interview: Bruce Campbell of The Evil Dead - Disc Dish

It has been nearly 30 years since Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead (1981) launched the film career of actor Bruce Campbell, whose portrayal of a nice guy vacationer named Ash who finds himself fighting for his life against a horde of murderous zombies has since become modern horror movie legend. (It’s a legend that continued in Evil Dead II (1987) and Army of Darkness (1991), the third entry in the Evil Dead trilogy.)

Today, Campbell is a regular on USA TV show Burn Notice and doing voice work for the likes of animated movie Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.

The Aug. 31 debut of The Evil Dead on limited edition Blu-ray Disc from Anchor Bay (win a copy here) is closing in — like so many advancing zombies. To that end, we managed to wangle an interview with Mr. Campbell about the film and its place in his life.

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Featured Video: shEVIL DEAD

This is my parody of Evil Dead 2. ENJOY! Painting is available for sale here http://bit.ly/9Brxk9 and a portion of the sale will be donated to the Make-A-Wish foundation. :-)

Source: TheLindsayBoo

See also: Review: Within The Woods

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Bruce Campbell on EVIL DEAD: An Exclusive HTF Interview With Bruce Campbell

Timothy Ewanyshyn writes:
On August 31, 2010, Anchor Bay is releasing Evil Dead for the first time on Blu-ray. I am presently working on the HTF review to be posted in the next week or so, prior to its release date on August 31. I will post a link in this thread to my review after it is posted on the forum.

Bruce Campbell was gracious enough to talk to the Home Theater Forum regarding his career in television and film, and the building anticipation for the release of Evil Dead on Blu-ray.

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AICN: Thomas Haden Church Introduces Sam Raimi’s New Web Series 'Zombie Roadkill'

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Academy-Award nominated actor Thomas Haden Church (Spider-Man 3, Sideways, Wings) co-stars as a tough as nails Park Ranger who teams with an unsuspecting teenager, played by David Dorfman (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Ring films), to escape a cursed stretch of highway that resurrects roadkill in the form flesh eating zombie animals. This new breed of terror is not just playing dead.

Zombie Roadkill centers around a group of college kids as they are driving on an unfamiliar road. Everything seems fit for a road trip to the lake but, when the group accidentally runs over an unsuspecting squirrel, they quickly realize there will be a price to pay. The cursed road brings the zombie squirrel back.

'Zombie Roadkill' premieres in Austin at Fantastic Fest next month and airs on FEARnet.com on October 4.

Click Here For The 'Zombie Roadkill' PSA And More Info - Source: www.aintitcool.com

“Evil Dead The Musical” is a bloody great time

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Demonic dismemberment is played for laughs in Evil Dead The Musical, the stage homage to the cult horror movie franchise, which kicks off the sixth season at the Promethean Theatre in Davie.

Click Here To Read More - Source: www.southfloridatheaterreview.com - Mary Damiano

Double Feature: Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness, Saturday, Aug 21 7:30p, Aero Theatre, Santa Monica, CA

Saturday, Aug 21 7:30p

American Cinematheque at the Aero Theatre
1328 Montana Ave.
Santa Monica, CA 90403
(310) 260-1528

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Friday, August 20, 2010

The Evil Dead Blu-Ray Review

Matt Paprocki
Evil Dead leaves an amazing impression on a first time viewer, stunned by what could be achieved with almost zero funds and one twisted imagination. Repeat viewings just give it more depth, the energy it possesses (no pun intended) undeniable, and the scares wonderfully prevalent. It has no boundaries either, which is why it remains an important piece to push an entire genre forward to what we have today.

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The Evil Dead, Saturday, August 21 at Midnight - Oriental Theatre, Milwaukee, WI


August 21


Oriental Theatre
(414) 276-8711
2230 North Farwell Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Source: www.landmarktheatres.com

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Evil Dead - Blu-ray Commentary Clip: Make-Up

Evil Dead - Blu-ray Commentary Clip: Make-Up

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Featured Video: Hail To The King Baby - The Best of Bruce Campbell

(warning - strong language, gore, cheeseball humor)

This is a tribute I did for the man, the legend, Bruce Campbell culled from all his best films and tv series. The video is chock-full of his best quotes and scenes, which are plenty, from Evil Dead 2 to Burn Notice. Hope it gives you as many laughs as it did me just piecing this video together.

Sources - Evil Dead 2 Dead By Dawn, Army of Darkness, My Name is Bruce, Bubba Ho Tep, Burn Notice, Jack of All Trades, Xena:Warrior Princess, Spiderman 2, Spiderman 3


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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Breaking News: Burn Notice - Season 4.5

By: Bruce Campbell

The second half of our season 4 will now air on Thursday November 11th and it will run through December 23rd. There will be a hiatus on 11/25 for Turkey Day.



Source: www.bruce-campbell.com

Evil Dead the Musical: Zombie Pub Crawl, Thursday, Aug 19th - Bend, OR

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Zombie Pub Crawl
8/19/2010 5:30 PM (PST) - - 2 hours

2nd StreetTheater and the cast of Evil Dead the Musical are having a Zombie Pub Crawl on Thursday, Aug 19. Dress up as your favorite ‘Evil Dead’ character, and enjoy food and drink specials Downtown. Check in is 5:30-7 pm at Summit Saloon. Makeup artists on hand. $10 to register & funds raised will go towards the production of Evil Dead the Musical, running Oct 1 - Oct 31, with a portion of the proceeds going to NeighborImpact.

INFO http://bendzombies.webstarts.com

Source: www.kbnd.com

1/6 Evil Dead 2 Chainsaw

This is the complete 3D model of the chainsaw, is a replica of the chainsaw that appears in Evil Dead 2. I possibly make the version of Army of Darkness. It consists of 12 separate pieces and will be cast in gray and red resin

Due to the complexity and high costs of the production of this piece, I only manufactures chainsaws on request so there will be no stock

Click Here For More Pics And Info - Source: www.sideshowcollectors.com - betomatali

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

UGO Exclusive: How to Make an Evil Dead Movie

Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell dish on the horror classic in this Blu-ray commentary clip!

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Featured Art: Ash Army of Darkness WIP by Martinkumnick

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Army of Darkness Theme - Android app on AppBrain

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This is one of the greatest classic Zombie movies of all times! If you like Burn notice you'll love this movie with Sam aka Bruce Campbell. Use the free app Pandatheme, Ahome or OpenHome to install the theme on your phone.

Please give Theme 5 Stars

Latest version: 1.0 (for all Android versions)

Click Here To Install - Source: www.appbrain.com


Josh Becker wrote and directed Thou Shalt Not Kill... Except and Running Time. He was also a crew member on The Evil Dead and had cameo roles in Evil Dead II & Army of Darkness. His latest book is called Going Hollywood and can be purchased here.

Click Here For Josh Becker's IMDB Page


Monday, August 16, 2010

Saturday, August 14, 2010

The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse – Evil Dead Special

It’s a podcast of epic proportions – The Gentlemen emerge from their hiatus to discuss The Evil Dead Trilogy!

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

The Evil Dead

Evil Dead 2

Army of Darkness


Dave Probert from The Eclectic Podcast

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Friday, August 13, 2010

Robert Kurtzman's Creature Corps debuts on the web

What better day than Friday the 13th to premiere the first full episode of Robert Kurtzman’s Creature Corps: The Web Series? The weekly series lets you peek behind the curtain to see “backstage access only” footage following filmmaker and FX master Kurtzman (ARMY OF DARKNESS, THE DEVIL’S REJECTS, CABIN FEVER) and his Creature Corps artists as they create fantastic creatures, special makeup FX and visual FX for various film and music video productions.

The first six-minute episode can be watched at the official website. The webisodes show the day to day activities at the Creature Corps effects facility, as well as provide behind the scenes footage of Midnight Syndicate’s film DEAD MATTER and the shooting of their first music video Dark Legacy, Mushroomhead’s latest music video productions for 12 Hundred and My Soul to Take, extensive coverage creating the monsters and FX for the upcoming Jennifer Lynch fright flick HISSS as well as original projects and creations from the Creature Corps team of artists.

CREATURE CORPS will also be featuring various contests and giveaways, with prizes including props, masks, autographed items and more. Episode One, “The People of The Creature Corps,” follows Kurtzman as he takes you on a tour of Precinct 13 Entertainment, home of The Creature Corps.

Source: www.fangoria.com

Evil Dead: The Musical - The humor in horror

Jay Handelman
As the title "Evil Dead: The Musical" not-so-subtly suggests, audiences should not expect anything remotely serious in the show that opens Friday night at the Venice Theatre Cabaret.

After all, "it doesn't take itself seriously at all," said director Allan Kollar. "It also is one of the funniest shows I've ever been involved with. The music is wonderful, sort of campy and over the top, like most bad horror films.

The musical is inspired by a series of "Evil Dead" movies, originally directed by Sam Raimi, that starred Bruce Campbell, now a fixture on the USA series "Burn Notice." Raimi went on to direct three "Spider-Man" films.


"Evil Dead: The Musical" opens at 8 p.m. Friday and continues through Sept. 5 at 8 p.m. Tues.-Sat. and 2 p.m. Sunday in the Pinkerton Theatre at the Venice Theatre, 140 W. Tampa Ave., Venice. Tickets are $24, $12 for students. 488-1115; venicestage.com.

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Featured Art: HORROES by Lordwormm

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My version of some of the greatest "heroes" of the horror genre.

We could debate their anti-hero/monster/madman status for days. Shall we?

Dr. Peyton Westlake from DARKMAN
(c) Sam Raimi
Dr. Herbert West from RE-ANIMATOR
(c) Lovecraft, Stuart Gordon, Brian Yuzna
Melvin "Toxie" Ferd from THE TOXIC AVENGER
(c) Lloyd Kauffman, TROMA
Peloguin from NIGHTBREED
(c) Clive Barker
Ashley J. Williams from EVIL DEAD
(c) Sam Raimi
(c) Charles Band
Reggie from PHANTASM
(c) Don Coscarelli

Source: deviantart.com - Lordwormm

The Evil Dead Mousemat + Free Coaster

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The mousemat measures approx. 240mm x 198mm and is very hard wearing; for a limited period only we will be giving a free coaster away with every mousemat that is ordered.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010


Gimme some sugar, baby.

Click Here For Embeth Davidtz's IMDB Page

BONUS: Embeth Davidtz talks about Army of Darkness (January 2010)

Topless Robot - Pop Culture's 10 Most Evil Trees

Andy Hughes
The interesting thing about villainous plant creatures is how amorphous they are, and how they usually influence the vegetation around them. The interesting thing about trees is how they manage to wreak terror and destruction while being, for the most part, stuck in one place. You might think that there is a limited amount of havoc such a being would be able to cause, but just take a look at this list and prepare to eat those thoughts.

Where Does Evil Dead Rank? Click Here! - Source: www.toplessrobot.com

Fatally Yours | Grindhouse Releasing Adds More Screenings for “Gone With the Pope”, “Evil Dead”, “Cannibal”, and “Beyond” Dates

Grindhouse Releasing has added new screenings to its summer and fall release schedule, including encore shows of Duke Mitchell’s Gone With the Pope, screenings of Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead with star Bruce Campbell in person, and a double-feature of the infamous Cannibal Holocaust and Cannibal Ferox (a.k.a. Make Them Die Slowly). The chainsaw classic Pieces and Lucio Fulci’s horror masterpiece The Beyond are also in release for the Halloween season.

For more information, visit www.GrindhouseReleasing.com.


August 6-7 – Belcourt Theater, Nashville, TN
August 21 – Oriental Theatre, Milwaukee, WI
August 28 & 29 – George Eastman House, Rochester, NY
September 4 – The Screen, Santa Fe, NM
September 10 – 11 – Loft Cinema, Tucson, AZ
September 10 – 11 – Outdoor screening at MIDWAY DRIVE-IN, Dixon, IL, BRUCE CAMPBELL in person, and more!
September 23 – Nickelodeon Cinemas, Portland, ME
October 8 & 9 – Buffalo International Film Festival
October 17 – Alamo Drafthouse – Main, Austin, TX, with EVIL DEAD 2 and ARMY OF DARKNESS
October 22-23 – Kress Cinema, Greely, CO
October 23 – 5 Points Theatre, Jacksonville, FL
October 29 – 30 – Landmark’s Main Art Theatre, Detroit, MI
October 30 – ZomBCon, Seattle, WA, w/ Bruce Campbell, Betsy Baker, Ellen Sandweiss, Sarah York in person!

Click Here For More Info - www.fatally-yours.com

It's Mine!: The Evil Dead Fake Blood Recipe

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This is the recipe used for all the fake blood in The Evil Dead, per Bruce Campbell's autobiography. Now I've always made my fake blood with Karo syrup and red food coloring, but I've never used the creamer or blue before. I have been known to mix in a couple cups of bourbon though! But you could probably do without it if you're going for virgin blood. Get it? Like a Shirley Temple!


Source: www.geekologie.com

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

FTW: A Coffee Tribute to Army of Darkness

Baristanomicon ™ from Russell Chisholm on Vimeo.

Chris D'Amico
Klaatu… Varata… Nicaragua?

Any self-respecting Army of Darkness fan knows “the words” and how Ash flubs the line when grabbing the Necronomicon, but no one I know has ever combined the movie with fine beverage…until now.

Some of the guys from my local coffee shop, The Easy Chair took fan fiction to ultimate heights by remixing a scene from Army of Darkness. You’ll recognize the scene, and if you don’t, go immediately to your Netflix queue and put Army of Darkness at the top of the list.

Hail to the King Baby!

Source: www.mutineermagazine.com

Monday, August 9, 2010

eBay: Evil Dead Army Of Darkness Chainsaw Prop #12 and Evil Dead - Original Spanish Poster

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This is a NON-WORKING prop chainsaw. It is similar to the one seen in evil dead 2 and army of darkness. I hand crafted it from a real homelite XL body and modified it to the movies accuracy. As long as you can fit your hand through a duct tape roll it can actually be worn to complete your Ash costume. Or this saw can just look awesome on top of your shelf as the ultimate evil dead fans prized POSSESSION. ;) GROOVY!

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Description: Original Spanish Poster

Condition: Near Mint

Poster Year: 2003 (rerelease)

Size: 39.5" x 27.5" (100 x 70 cm) Aprox.

Comments: Original and rare Spanish Poster for the rerelease of this cult movie. Marvelously putrid!!!!!!!!!!!!

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See Also: Bruce Campbell Autographed Going Back Insert with DVD