Triple Feature Tuesday: Movies Tom Can’t Get Anyone To Watch
Our menu includes:
1. Hausu (1977)
2. Xtro (1983)
3. Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)
Army of Darkness (1992)
Ashley J. Williams (Bruce Campbell) has been getting the shit kicked out of him over the Necronomicon for two movies. Now he’s trapped in the past and has one shot to “disarm” the “Book of the Dead” once and for all.
What could possibly go wrong?
Sometimes I wonder why Ash never had a boombox.
Cause he had …. a….. Boomsti… wait, where’s everyone going?
*has another Snack Pack for dinner*
“I honestly don’t think Michael, Jason or Freddy would stand a chance against Ash Williams.”
“The Evil Dead was the first horror movie I ever saw when I was 4 and even though it’s never scared me, I have a lot of respect for it because it introduced me to the genre.”
100 Greatest Horror Movie Quotes
Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead (1981)
Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn (1987)
While The Evil Dead (1981) is the “ultimate experience in grueling horror” and Army of Darkness (1992) is the funniest movie you’ll ever see with a hordes of skeletons and demon possession, Evil Dead 2 is my favorite for being as gross as can be in the gross parts and hilariously slapstick-y in the funny parts.