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[8] This is more of a remake than a sequel, but most fans agree that it tops the original. Director Sam Raimi continues his imaginitive use of camera angles and movement, sound effects, and low-budget visual effects, but the winning ingredient is returning star Bruce Campbell. It’s in this film that the character of Ash begins to take on the status of horror movie legend. …

[6] The third Evil Dead film gets a bigger budget and a more traditional plot, but the polish and structure don’t compensate for low-budget invention and madcap inspiration. Bruce Campbell is prime here, delivering a smattering of memorable lines and a few good scenes of physical comedy as a department store employee whisked back in time to 1300 AD where he must battle an army …

[8] Tim Robbins (The Shawshank Redemption) stars as an unwitting mail room clerk thrust into the office of CEO at a mythical uber-corporation when the board members decide to send the company’s stocks into a nose dive. But the board, headed by a coolly evil Paul Newman, doesn’t count on their newly anointed dim-wit to invent the next materialistic rage — the hula hoop. Under …

[9] Director Sam Raimi (Spider-Man) puts five young people in a cabin in the woods and lets all hell break loose. The Evil Dead is a true independent, low budget marvel, filmed on the director’s dime whenever he could get his moviemaking friends together to continue the shoot. Raimi’s style is kinetic, cartoonish, and… I want to say ‘squishy’. Evil Dead is full of clever …