Film / Evil Ed
This is what filmeditors usually feels like

'"Where the f*ck is my beaver-rape scene?!"''

Evil Ed is a 1995 Swedish horror-comedy directed and photographed by Anders Jacobsson and written by Göran Lundström, Christer Ohlsson, and Anders Jacobsson.

The film tells the story of Ed the editor, a mild-mannered film editor with a wife, child, and a comfortable job editing art and drama films for a major studio. Following the suicide of their editor, heartless studio exec Sam Campbell transfers Ed to his department, the Splatter & Gore Department, to finish the censoring of the hyper-violent Loose Limbs series. Sam allows Ed the use of his secluded country cottage so Ed can go about his work undisturbed, or so he thinks. The seclusion and the constant exposure to the violent nature and content of the films he's editing start to drive Ed insane.

The film is a satire of the censoring of films in Sweden and is regarded as the top Swedish cult film and one of the goriest Swedish films of all time. It also uses an intentionally bad English dub for humorous effect. The film stars Johan Rudebeck as Evil Ed, Olof Rhodin as the sleazy Sam Campbell, Per Löfberg as the innocent horrorfan Nick and Gert Fylking as the crazy SWAT leader who challanges Evil Ed.

This movie contains examples of:

  • Break the Cutie: Ed, unsurprisingly. Evil Ed does this to Nick in the end.
  • The Cameo: Bill Mosely makes a voice appearance.
  • Karmic Death: Sam Campbell is killed by the monster he created, Evil Ed.
  • Mexican Standoff: Evil Ed vs. the SWAT leader
  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping:
    • The dubbed voice actor for Ed, his American accents seems to slide all over the place. Very noticeable in the beginning.
    • Ditto for the actress playing Mel. She did her own dubbed voice. Her accent starts to slip when Ed holds her hostage and she screams "Nick! Nick!".
  • One-Liner
    • You're fired!
    • This is dying time!
    • Rest in pieces, mother f*cker!
  • Take That!: The plot for this film makes fun of how poorly censored horror films are for the European releases.
  • Your Head A-Splode: In the opening scene, a crazy editor puts a grenade in his mouth and allows it to go off. Gorn ensues.