History Franchise / EvilDead

30th Aug '16 4:40:20 AM Morgenthaler
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->''"The fact is that you can't hold Ash to the same standard that you hold mere mortals to. He is not only just a complete and total {{Badass}}; He is the standard by which all future badasses will be measured. So if he wants to jump onto a department store trampoline and fire fifteen perfectly-aimed shotgun shells in rapid succession while soaring twenty feet in the air, he can do it. You and I can't; but you and I are also not Ash. And while it may seem impossible for him to do the things that he does and kick as much ass as he is famous for doing, I assure you that it isn't. Why, you ask? Simple. Because he's Ash."''

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->''"The fact is that you can't hold Ash to the same standard that you hold mere mortals to. He is not only just a complete and total {{Badass}}; badass; He is the standard by which all future badasses will be measured. So if he wants to jump onto a department store trampoline and fire fifteen perfectly-aimed shotgun shells in rapid succession while soaring twenty feet in the air, he can do it. You and I can't; but you and I are also not Ash. And while it may seem impossible for him to do the things that he does and kick as much ass as he is famous for doing, I assure you that it isn't. Why, you ask? Simple. Because he's Ash."''
22nd Aug '16 5:09:33 AM fauxtoast
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After 20 years of ''Evil Dead 4'' rumors, Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert, and Bruce Campbell also created a sequel: a multi-season Creator/{{Starz}} tv series called ''Series/AshVsEvilDead'', with Bruce Campbell reprising his role as Ash.

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After 20 years of ''Evil Dead 4'' rumors, Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert, rumors (along with rumors of a film [[spoiler: combining Ash and Bruce Campbell also created Mia's stories]]), Ash's story now continues from ''Army Of Darkness'' in a sequel: a multi-season Creator/{{Starz}} tv new TV series airing on Creator/{{Starz}}, called ''Series/AshVsEvilDead'', created by Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert, and Bruce Campbell, and with Bruce Campbell reprising his role as Ash.Ash. [[note]] While the series doesn't explicitly say it continues from ''Army Of Darkness'' in its first season, going into production of the second season, the producers have said it [[http://io9.gizmodo.com/army-of-darkness-will-be-part-of-ash-vs-evil-deads-sec-1784179873 will begin]] to. [[/note]]
6th Jun '16 2:54:57 PM Doug86
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** In the spin-off comics Ash has become something of a crossover whore, having encountered Film/{{Darkman}}, the [[UniversalHorror Universal Monsters]], Series/{{Xena|WarriorPrincess}}, [[Film/ReAnimator Doctor Herbert West]], [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy Krueger]] and [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason Voorhees]] in ''Comicbook/FreddyVsJasonVsAsh'', the ComicBook/MarvelZombies (in what ended up being --- very rare for an intercontinuity crossover --- their canonical OriginsEpisode), ''ComicBook/DangerGirl'', ''ComicBook/HackSlash'' and... UsefulNotes/BarackObama.

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** In the spin-off comics Ash has become something of a crossover whore, having encountered Film/{{Darkman}}, the [[UniversalHorror [[Franchise/UniversalHorror Universal Monsters]], Series/{{Xena|WarriorPrincess}}, [[Film/ReAnimator Doctor Herbert West]], [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy Krueger]] and [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason Voorhees]] in ''Comicbook/FreddyVsJasonVsAsh'', the ComicBook/MarvelZombies (in what ended up being --- very rare for an intercontinuity crossover --- their canonical OriginsEpisode), ''ComicBook/DangerGirl'', ''ComicBook/HackSlash'' and... UsefulNotes/BarackObama.
19th May '16 5:53:36 PM timotaka
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* ChekhovsGun: The locket Ash gives Linda winds up being extremely important near the end of the first two films. In the first [[spoiler: it's what allows him to reach the Necronomicon so he can destroy it]]. In the second film he discovers it and it reminds him of his love for Linda [[spoiler: allowing him to break free of being possessed by a Deadite.]]

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The locket Ash gives Linda winds up being extremely important near the end of the first two films. In the first [[spoiler: it's what allows him to reach the Necronomicon so he can destroy it]]. In the second film he discovers it and it reminds him of his love for Linda [[spoiler: allowing him to break free of being possessed by a Deadite.]]]]
** Ash shows his inability to remember phrases already in the first film where he's about to share something profound a friend of his had said, but then can't remember it. This quirk comes back to bite him in the ass in a big way in the third film.
7th May '16 9:51:37 AM Morgaus
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* DirtyCoward: Scott in the first movie. Played with in the sequels with Ash, where he seemingly acts like a coward, but he either really isn't or just mans up.

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* DirtyCoward: Scott in the first movie. Played with in the sequels with Ash, where he seemingly acts like a coward, but he either really isn't or just mans up.
27th Apr '16 2:24:42 AM erforce
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** Included in the cellar is a ripped poster from ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes''. Creator/WesCraven returned the favor by showing ''Evil Dead'' on TV in ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet1984''. Then Raimi did it again by sticking a Freddy glove in ''Evil Dead 2''.

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** Included in the cellar is a ripped poster from ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes''.''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes1977''. Creator/WesCraven returned the favor by showing ''Evil Dead'' on TV in ''Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet1984''. Then Raimi did it again by sticking a Freddy glove in ''Evil Dead 2''.
25th Apr '16 8:05:24 PM Debochira
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* AlternateTimeline: The games typically go into their own paths in regards to what happens after ''Evil Dead 2''. Hail to the King throws together multiple elements from across the series into a single plot, ''A Fistful of Boomstick'' has Ash escape the cabin without getting sucked away into a portal, and spends his time drinking away his sorrows. Regeneration has much the same, except he ends up sent to an asylum.

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* AlternateTimeline: The games typically go into their own paths in regards to what happens after ''Evil Dead 2''. Hail to the King throws together multiple elements from across the series into a single plot, ''A Fistful of Boomstick'' has Ash escape the cabin without getting sucked away into is a portal, sequel to that, and spends his time drinking away his sorrows. Regeneration has much Ash escape the same, except cabin without getting sucked away into a portal but he ends up sent to an asylum.
16th Apr '16 6:52:12 PM ndboy
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In 1979, a bunch of teens got together in a cabin in Tennessee and made a film with a standard BMovie plot; this film was ''Film/{{The Evil Dead|1981}}''. The film, which was directed by Creator/SamRaimi and starred Creator/BruceCampbell, succeeded through elaborate gore effects, slick cinematography, and sheer audacity to make enough money to warrant two sequels and get into the public consciousness. The result of the two sequels was a strange blend where NarmCharm meets RuleOfCool.

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In 1979, a bunch of teens college dropouts got together in a cabin in Tennessee and made a film with a standard BMovie plot; this film was ''Film/{{The Evil Dead|1981}}''. The film, which was directed by Creator/SamRaimi and starred Creator/BruceCampbell, succeeded through elaborate gore effects, slick cinematography, and sheer audacity to make enough money to warrant two sequels and get into the public consciousness. The result of the two sequels was a strange blend where NarmCharm meets RuleOfCool.
28th Jan '16 6:05:33 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* BigBad: The unseen entity that brings about the Deadites, posseses people and trees and even Ash's severed hand. In the third movie it incarnates itself as an undead clone of Ash. In the second film, it is forced to manifest a physical form and becomes a huge head that uses the trees as arms.

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* BigBad: The unseen entity Evil Force that brings about the Deadites, posseses people and trees and even Ash's severed hand. In the third movie it incarnates itself as an undead clone of Ash. In the second film, it is forced to manifest a physical form and becomes a huge head that uses the trees as arms.
17th Dec '15 1:39:38 PM surgoshan
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The first film is straight up low-budget horror. The rest of the franchise leans far more heavily on comedy, with Army of Darkness being straight up parody.
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