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Evil Dead, The (Blu-ray)

Reviewed by MattFini Starring Bruce Campbell, Ellen Sandweiss, Hal Delrich, Betsy Baker Directed by Sam Raimi Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment

Bruce Campbell Talks the Mad, Mad, Mad My Name Is Bruce Sequel

The Bruce Campbell flick My Name is Bruce should have easily been a home run with fans, but many (myself included) felt as if we were left a bit cold in the end. So maybe the sequel can warm us back up a bit?

Sample More of Bruce Campbell's New Commentary Track for the Evil Dead Blu-ray!

Excited about the original Evil Dead hitting Blu-ray high definition? You should be! Yes, this will be the 18,009th version of the film fans will buy, but at least this one is packing something new. Speaking of which -- how about some more samples from the commentary track for the flick to whet your whistle?

Sample Bruce Campbell's New Commentary Track for the Evil Dead Blu-ray!

Excited about the original Evil Dead hitting Blu-ray high definition? Well, you should be! Sure this will be the the 18,009th version of the film fans will buy, but at least this one is packing something new. Speaking of which -- how about a sample of Bruce Campbell's new commentary track for the flick to whet your whistle?

Summer of 2010 Heats Up with The Evil Dead on Blu-Ray!

Finally! Starz/Anchor Bay Entertainment has confirmed an August 31st Blu-ray release of Sam Raimi's seminal film The Evil Dead starring Bruce Campbell.

Bruce Campbell autographed my beer belly!

Bruce Campbell autographed my beer belly! (In 2005; it's a smaller belly now, yay!)
Tags: beer guts, Bruce Campbell

More Details About The Evil Dead's Cross Country Tour

It's impossible to not be excited about a brand new 35mm print of Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead, right? The good news is that the handful of recent screenings have been a success, and there's a good chance that those pesky Candarian demons will be possessing a movie house near you!

Bruce Campbell Vs. Frankenstein! Gimme Some Stitches, Baby!

His name is Bruce Campbell, and this time he's fighting Frankenstein. We may never see Campbell in a Bubba Ho-Tep sequel or another installment in the Evil Dead/Army of Darkness franchise, but it looks as if we are definitely getting a follow-up to Campbell's self-parodying My Name is Bruce.

First Playdates for Sam Raimi's Evil Dead Re-release

More often than not, I really wish I'd been born earlier and had the opportunity to see horror classics like Evil Dead on the big screen. Sure, Blu-ray is great and 1080p projectors excel at replicating the theatrical experience, but they miss the mark. It's just that nothing really compares to seeing this stuff on the big screen with a packed audience of like-minded horror fans. But thanks to Grindhouse Releasing, I'll soon be able to cross another one off my wish list.

Army of Darkness (Blu-ray)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Bruce Campbell, Embeth Davidtz, Marcus Gilbert, Ian Abercrombie, Richard Grove, Timothy Patrick Quill Directed by Sam Raimi Distributed by Universal Home Video

DVD Releases: May 12, 2009: S. Darko Holds a Grudge for Plague Town

With all the news that keeps pouring in today, I'm gonna keep this short and sweet. If you own a Blu-ray player, this is a very good week for you. But even if you don't, there are plenty of releases that should make your wallet feel the pinch.

Raimi Insists Bruce Coming Back for ED4

More chatter hit the Net today from Sam Raimi concerning the film fans are clamoring for, Evil Dead 4. So what's new this time?

My Name is Bruce (Blu-ray / DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Bruce Campbell, Ted Raimi, Grace Thorsen, Ellen Sandweiss, Dan Hicks Directed by Bruce Campbell Distributed by Image Entertainment

Dark Horse's Bruce Figure

One thing I think we can all agree on the collectible world is short of is Bruce Campbell figures that come with whiskey, don’t you think? Enter Dark Horse, who have taken up the mantle and run with it, producing the first Bruce figure from My Name is Bruce, which hits DVD on February 10th.

DVD Details for My Name is Bruce

Though the word on the street is that, essentially, My Name is Bruce is not the be-all, end-all Bruce Campbell film we had been hoping for, that doesn’t mean it won’t go well with a six pack and a joint, does it? It does not, but you’ll be able to test that theory come February 10th when Image Entertainment releases the flick in both standard and Blu-ray formats.