Source: Tardy Turtle
When: April 19, 2021
Nick has a conversation with actor, producer, writer, director, and cult legend: Bruce Campbell. They discuss his early cinema experiences in Michigan, a bit about what informed his performances as Ash Williams, why he feels the character is still relevant today and a whole lot more.
From Bruce Campbell on Twitter:
I heard today about the passing of Timothy Patrick Quill. Tim was a mainstays in our amateur Super-8 flicks & I loved working with him decades later on Army of Darkness and My Name is Bruce. Tim was full of fun & mischief and he left it all on the dance floor. Safe travels, sir!
Brad Miska writes:
2013’s Evil Dead has aged incredibly well and has since become revered by many horror fans, including yours truly. As the years go by, it becomes one of my favorite horror films of all time.
Last April, director Fede Alvarez shared unreleased looks behind the scenes of his Evil Dead, offering up a peek at some never-before-seen photos from the set of the sequel/remake to Sam Raimi’s trilogy.
Today, the filmmaker celebrates the eighth anniversary with another handful of shots from the making-of, including a few nasty ones. He also offers up an anecdote behind the machete to knee gag, shared below. He promises that he’s holding a few back for the eventual 10th anniversary!