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I remembered this movie from several years ago, and just had to track it down online!
Louise Lasser and Sam Raimi have gone out of their way to make this film look as much like a cardboard box-propped B movie as you could get.
This is the film Sam Raimi did after Evil Dead 2 that he wrote with the Coen Brothers.
I have no idea why this is a cult classic. Very few laughs, bad acting, bad story. Could not get into this movie at all, which is rare for me.Published 5 months ago by William H Hardman
This flick is an oldy but a goody. An early (1985) Raimi vehicle featuring his favorite chin (Bruce Campbell) and favorite car (73 Olds Delta 88), about a young lovestruck wanna-be... Read morePublished 6 months ago by MuleHeadJoe
I remember seeing this when it first came out on video and thought it was so funny. Oh well. Wait until it drops down to $8.99 and then, wait a little longer. ;)Published 9 months ago by B. Slama
the coens do it again, and again and i like 'em. i enjoy their take on movies (i have most of their collection).Published 10 months ago by u e chapa
Very good product and I have no problems recommending this to others. Very good job in satisfying me as a customer.Published 11 months ago by Tony
The film itself does not hold up very well. It moves along in fits and starts, but it's a terrific time capsule, where the makers of EVIL DEAD make the transition from home-movies... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cinemaniac
I know lots of people hated the movie, and from the special edition contents here, sounds like the filmmakers themselves hated it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Laurent Hasson
although the extras (interviews, etc.) were a nice addition, one cannot truly give this movie the 5 stars that it deserves, no matter how much it reflects Sam Raimi at his prime,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Y. Nomura
After making a name for himself with the success of 1983's "The Evil Dead," Sam Raimi teamed up with pals Robert Tapert, Bruce Campbell and a pair of fellow filmmaker friends -... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Andre Dursin