Ash Vs Evil Dead Dana DeLorenzo has some words for her Sinister Creature Con fans!!!
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Stars of the series, Bruce Campbell, Ray Santiago, Dana DeLorenzo & Arielle Carver-O’Neill, swing by the studio to chat about the series.
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WE’LL SWALLOW YOUR SOUL! Cult Classics and Zia Records present a 30th anniversary screening of EVIL DEAD 2 on Saturday October 28th at Pollack Tempe Cinemas at 9:30pm! Tickets available at http://evildead2.bpt.me and all Valley Zia Records stores.
Sponsored by Zia Records, EVIL DEAD 2 follows our hero Ash and his girlfriend Linda as they find a mysterious cabin in the woods and accidentally unleash an ancient primordial evil that can only be stopped by an incantation for an evil book called the Necronomicon! Can Ash save the day – especially when his hand becomes possessed by evil! Get your tickets for our special screening and get s special VIP ticket with a commemorative art print, shirt and more from the movie!
“As an actor, they think you’re just a buffoon. And with a book they kinda go, ‘Oh, oh, you might be a buffoon with a brain’,” says cult movie icon Bruce Campbell, who’s been the most badass buffoon in the business for nearly 40 years, ever since he and childhood pal Sam Raimi were making Super 8 movies in Michigan.
Since then, Campbell has lent his action-wiseguy persona to recurring roles in TV shows such as Xena: Warrior Princess and Burn Notice, cameos in big-budget flicks including The Hudsucker Proxy and all three of Raimi’s Spiderman films and star turns in B-movies like Bubba Ho-Tep. But he’s best known as Ash, the hero of the slapstick-horror Evil Dead franchise, which began in the micro-budget 1981 indie Evil Dead and has been reborn on the current Starz series, Ash vs. Evil Dead.
When you have the career and chin of Bruce Campbell, you have a lot to smile about. There were smiles a plenty when the actor recently joined SYFY for a special screaning of Evil Dead 2, and talked with SYFY WIRE's Aaron Sagers about what makes the film special to him.
Find out why the B-movie legend mutes some of his Hollywood peers on social media.
STARZ brings its hotly anticipated original series Ash vs Evil Dead to New York Comic-Con 2017 (NYCC). The panel will include Executive Producer and Star Bruce Campbell and cast members Ray Santiago, Dana DeLorenzo, Arielle Carver-O’Neill and Lindsay Farris.
Fan boys go crazy for Bruce Campbell in a way that you rarely see. He has the ability to make a grown man wet his pants with excitement. He’s even irresistible to the ladies (and some gentleman, as well). But those are just a few of the infinite reasons we are so fond of him. In celebration of all things groovy, we are counting down 13 reasons we love Bruce Campbell. Read on for our top picks and be sure to let us know why you love Bruce on our Facebook page. Hail to the king!
Bruce Campbell hosts Last Fan Standing with a room full of fans at the 2017 FAN eXpo Canada in Toronto. Fans get a chance to win a spot on stage to play with other fans, answering questions about pop culture.
Bruce Campbell’s latest book, Hail to the Chin, is a followup to his first collection of stories, If Chins Could Kill. Like that book, the new one is a fun, breezy read. “It’s got lots of pictures, won’t take you long,” Campbell says.His stories, full of self-deprecating humor, chronicle time both on and off set over the last fifteen years. “I call it Act Two,” says Campbell. "It’s a little more mature, and fifteen years from now, I’ll do the final confessions. The industry’s changed a lot in the last fifteen years.”
Campbell has been at the forefront of those changes for well over two decades, having written, produced, directed and starred in television shows including Hercules: the Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess, Burn Notice and now Ash vs. Evil Dead. Both Hercules and Xena bypassed the traditional network system and were sold straight to syndication. Burn Notice again bypassed the networks and became a tent pole for the basic cable network USA. Campbell will adopt yet another distribution model with his latest project, this time streaming Ash vs. Evil Dead.
To celebrate the official kick off of its annual Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Studios Hollywood hosted a horror star-studded red carpet event on Friday, Sept. 15. Dozens of the genre’s most famous faces walked the blood red carpet and were excited to get inside the theme park to see the all-new attractions based on films such as “The Shining,” “Insidious,” “The Purge,” “Sinister” and “Happy Death Day” and TV shows “Ash vs Evil Dead,” “The Walking Dead” and “American Horror Story.”
Halloween Horror Nights creative director John Murdy was the first down the red carpet and said he was happy to see the flood of guests rush through the iron gates, excited to experience all of the work that he and his crew put into bringing these attractions to life.
Actress Dana DeLorenzo, who plays Kelly Maxwell in the “Ash vs Evil Dead” TV series on Starz, was thrilled that Universal Studios had brought her TV show into Halloween Horror Nights. Throughout the maze she screamed, laughed, fell to the floor in terror and couldn’t understand why her buddy, Ash, played by Bruce Campbell on the show, was the one to scare her the most.
“He’s supposed to be on my side,” she screamed as she ducked through the attraction. In the end, DeLorenzo said the maze was “Kelly Maxwell approved.”
My good friend Graham Humphreys is arguably one of the most known and respected horror artists in the industry. Some of his most famous works include the stunning UK posters for the Evil Dead and Nightmare on Elm Street movies and the main promotional images for the annual London FrightFest Film Festival. Clive Barker described his art as “beautiful and transformative,” and I’m sure you’ll agree. When it comes to artists, Graham truly is one of a kind.
Bruce Cambpell's book tour for "Hail to the Chin" took him to this outdoor screening of EVIL DEAD II and John was there to soak it in. NOT SAFE FOR WORK.
Emily Tremaine (“Vinyl”), Megan Ketch (“American Gothic”) and Evil Dead‘s Shiloh Fernandez are set to star alongside Kevin Bacon in the Syfy pilot “Tremors”, a reboot of the 1990 cult classic film, with original star Bacon reprising his role, Deadline reports.
Cult classic horror plus an adorably gruesome papercraft adventure? That’s exactly what we’ll be getting with Evil Dead x Phantom Halls, which appropriately enough brings together the horror comedy of Evil Dead 2 and the squad-based action of Phantom Halls.
The gore isn't quite so cute in most of the best zombie games on PC.
Ash Williams joins the roster as a playable character, and selecting him gives you a range of new Evil Dead-inspired quests. New enemies and traps like deadites, tree spirits, and a necronomicon will cause new bouts of mayhem, and locations like the infamous cabin itself will be joining the selection of procedurally generated areas.
What do The Evil Dead, Xena, Spartacus and an immersive 80s extravaganza live theatre spectacular have in common? If you guessed Rob Tapert, you’ve got the chocolate fish.
It’s very exciting to get a chance to talk to a person who’s brought jobs and about a billion dollars of overseas investment to New Zealand. He’s helped build an industry and inspire local film and TV.
Which is no mean feat, especially when you’re doing it on the other side of the world from his native America. That’s the kind of extra challenge that Tapert has thrived on and had a track record of pulling off. The latest of these is Pleasure Dome. To find out about what that is and about show business, Rob joined me in conversation in a secret location in West Auckland.
With Ash vs Evil Dead’s return date uncertain, we sat down with Kelly herself, Dana DeLorenzo, for details, death dealing and Deadites. Ready to slay evil?
For Bruce Campbell, who’s gone from iron-jawed B-movie icon to journeyman actor and back, fan love comes in cycles.“You have the whole new generation now,” Campbell said this week, on the way to Austin, Texas, as part of a 35-city book tour. “You have kids who are 18 going, ‘I saw you as Coach Boomer in “Sky High” at age 9,’ or ‘I watched you on “Xena” or “Hercules” on Saturdays when I was 10.’”A lot of fans know Campbell for the role that first made him famous: Ash, the chainsaw-wielding demon killer in “The Evil Dead,” the 1981 horror movie he made with his boyhood buddies, director Sam Raimi and producer Rob Tapert.He returned to the role for the TV series “Ash vs. Evil Dead,” which debuted on Starz in 2015. (The third season has been shot, Campbell said, and he and Tapert are awaiting approval from Starz for a fourth.)
He may not command the salary of Tom Cruise or Leonardo DiCaprio, but for a large percentage of moviegoers, he is just as essential to the history of cinema. He is Bruce Campbell, the self-proclaimed B-movie and TV actor with more than one hundred IMDB credits, and he is this generation’s Robert Mitchum: tall, physically imposing and professional; only Campbell does slapstick a hell of a lot better than Mitchum ever could.
Known primarily for his turn as Ash — the hapless Michigander who recited a passage from the Necronomicon and awoke the evil dead — Campbell has found a wide variety of success in film (Bubba Ho-Tep and The Man With the Screaming Brain) and television (Hercules, Xena: Warrior Princess and Burn Notice); as an author (his current book, Hail to the Chin, debuted at number eight on The New York Times best-sellers list) and now as the game show host of Last Fan Standing.
More than 35 years after the release of its low-budget, outrageous, and audacious first installment in 1981, The Evil Dead is still alive. With four movies and a TV series under its banner, the Evil Dead franchise has rightly earned a reputation as the little horror series that could. From its DIY beginnings at the hands of a few aspiring filmmakers to its serialized tenure on Starz, here's how the crazy, campy, chainsaw-happy Evil Dead went from the backwoods of Michigan to the delirious nightmares of horror fans worldwide.
We’ve all watched a movie where a character gets hurt and thought “They’d never survive that in real life.” Well, a new book will put that to the test with some super gruesome and awesome drawings.
It’s called Ain’t Got Time To Bleed and it’s written by Andrew Shaffer. He takes 29 of your favorite movie heroes, and villains, breaks down their injuries, and attempts to figure out if they would have actually survived the movie or not.
The always great and classy Bruce Campbell stopped through Oklahoma City on his "Hail to the Chin" book tour, making time for a nice Q&A, filled with classic Bruce charm and smarm. This was a surprisingly well organized event, I'm not sure if that was due to the efforts of Full Circle Book Store or Bruce's competent staff, but it was much appreciated (especially those of us with small children), and the value... two signatures and a quick meet and greet with Bruce for the retail price of the book. You won't find a deal like that at any Comic Con. This was a great event all around, please enjoy this Q&A.
This episode we talk to Susan Leighton of 1428elm.com fame about Bruce, Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3, William Shatner and just about everything!
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Recently, we were fortunate enough to chat with Evil Dead icon Bruce Campbell. Grab a shovel, we’re digging deep into his approach to writing and the popular actor’s future.
Your Harrison Fords and your Bruce Willises play action heroes who take out bad guys through determination, wit and physical commitment.
Then there's Bruce Campbell.
He's the actor whose fanbase coalesces around Ashley J. “Ash” Williams, the Evil Dead franchise figure who imagines himself Indiana Jones but hews closer to Daffy Duck as he battles supernatural forces.
Ever since Sam Raimi's 1981’s low-budget original Dead, Campbell has elbowed his way onto screens big and small, clearing a path for heroes who are life-sized or who simply get by on dumb luck. His IMDB page now runs to more than 100 TV and movie roles, and his 2002 memoir, If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor, and a satirical novel (Make Love! The Bruce Campbell Way) are the twin pillars of a dedicated nerd's nightstand.
The ultimate experience in nostalgic terror.
Each and every Thursday on the road to Season 2, Netflix has been releasing fun “Stranger Things” posters that pay tribute to the films that served as Season 1 inspirations. So far, the art tributes have included Stand by Me, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Running Man, Alien and, most recently, Firestarter.
This latest one is easily the coolest yet, inspired by the iconic original poster for Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead. The image of a young woman being pulled into the ground is one of the most instantly recognizable to horror fans, and the “Stranger Things” version sees Joyce Byers being pulled into the Upside Down by the Demogorgon.
Yes, Winona Ryder on an Evil Dead poster parody. Gotta love it!
The second season of “Stranger Things” hits Netflix on October 27.
A conversation with B-movie icon Bruce Campbell
Forty years ago, Bruce Campbell found himself driving a cab after dropping out of college. At the same time, an old high school buddy from Michigan named Sam Raimi, with whom Campbell used to shoot fun Super 8 movies, was looking to make a horror film. The duo collaborated on a 32-minute low-budget short called “Within The Woods” which served as a prototype for the enormously successful “Evil Dead” franchise launched in 1981.
Campbell’s varied career includes roles in Raimi’s mega-grossing “Spider Man” movies, the indie film “Bubba Ho Tep” (Campbell portrayed Elvis Presley), “Fargo” (both the 1996 film and the 2014 TV series where he plays Ronald Reagan) and a seven-year stint on USA’s ‘Burn Notice.’
Campbell’s resume is as impressive as his chiseled chin, a tongue-in-cheek reference to which is the title of his first book in 15 years: “Hail to the Chin: Further Confessions of a B Movie Actor” (Thomas Dunne Books).
Bruce Campbell admits Jay Leno might have a chin at least as famous as his own.
But Leno can’t lay claim to having starred in some of the most beloved B-movies of the modern era, from “The Evil Dead” franchise to “Bubba Ho-Tep.”
This weekend Campbell and his strong jawline are returning to KC — a city where Campbell has a surprising family connection. More on that later.
I interviewed RICHARD KRAFT the Show Co-Director of the Evil Dead Live at the ACE Hotel Theatre. Richard charmed me while sharing how bringing his experience on Hollywood Bowl live shows shaped how he worked to incorporate the ACE Hotel Theatre in the overall design as well as working with Joseph LoDuca on using original music, choreography, singers and musicians to enhance the first live show. Over the years his work on Disney's The Nightmare Before Christmas Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Danny Elfman's Music From the Films of Tim Burton, Disney’s The Little Mermaid In Concert and Executive Producer of the Grammy nominated Danny Elfman and Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box at the Hollywood Bowl taught him that it’s more than just recreating the film but taking the spirit and remaking it into something new.
Bruce Campbell has been producing and starring in films since the 1970s, and through work largely with low-budget horror films, he has carved out a niche for himself as an iconic B movie actor. His most recognized role is that of Ash in the Evil Dead film franchise, which has produced three films, six video games, numerous comic books, and a critically-acclaimed TV show on Starz entitled Ash vs. Evil Dead, which was renewed for a third season in 2016. He mentions how his horror movie The Evil Dead received some added credibility from a fellow horror icon.
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Ray Santiago made his acting debut in 2000 in Karyn Kusama’s Girlfight with Michelle Rodriguez. Ever since, he’s been one busy performer transitioning easily between the worlds of television and film. Currently, he stars as Pablo Simon Bolivar on Ash vs Evil Dead.
1428 Elm had quite a few questions for Ray about the world of Ash, acting and the future. So, grab a Shemp’s, and get ready for some real talk.
Incendium Games’ Phantom Halls has another big update coming September 18th. The update further expands on its Evil Dead-themed content. “Evil Dead 2 x Phantom Halls” comes complete with new quests, environments, enemies and traps from the Evil Dead movies for Ash to battle through. This also includes the infamous Evil Dead cabin, meticulously recreated in the game’s papercraft style, and even battling the possessed Henrietta! In conjunction with the update, we had an opportunity to talk with Incendium Games founder and Phantom Halls creative director, Llexi Leon, about the game and its inspirations.
It's been 15 years since his first memoir but Bruce is still living the dream as a "B" movie king in an "A" movie world.
In his book "Hail to the Chin: Further Confessions of a B Movie Actor," Campbell writes a followup to his biography "If Chins Could Kill with Hail to Chin...."
The book is a look in his professional and personal life. The book doesn't per say share a particular order or has any structure to his life, but it is purposely scattered around to express who Campbell is.