Trivia: Evil Dead
Works in this franchise with their own pages:
- Completely Different Title
- The Evil Dead / 2 / 2013-> 死霊のはらわた (Ghost Intestines)
- Army of Darkness -> キャプテン・スーパーマーケット (Captain Supermarket)
- In Italy, along with Censored Title, it became just La Casa (The House) to widen its appeal…
- Dolled-Up Installment\The Mockbuster: ...leading to three In Name Only sequels, released as Ghosthouse, Witchery and Beyond Darkness overseas. In a bit of hilarious coincidence, two sequels to House became La Casa installments, House II: The Second Story as La Casa 6, and not-much-sequel The Horror Show as La Casa 7.
- Name's the Same: Ashley Williams. Yeah it was deliberate.
Nothing like a nice relaxing stroll on the beach...blasting bad guys with my boomstick.
- The Other Darrin:
- Real-Life Relative: Ted Raimi, natch, who appears in every movie in different roles. Ivan Raimi is also credited as Fake Shemp in the first and third movies (the latter of which he co-wrote).
- Similarly Named Works: The song "Evil Dead" by Death Metal band Death.
- Star-Making Role: Bruce Campbell is most definitely annoyed by the amount of people who ask him about Evil Dead IV.
- Trope Namer: This film series has named the following tropes:
- Fake Shemp: During filming of The Evil Dead, any castmember that wasn't Bruce Campbell eventually left due to various circumstances. To finish the movie, stand-ins were utilized wherever possible (sometimes quite noticeably, sometimes not) and these people were credited as this. Sam Raimi himself coined the term, inspired by The Three Stooges. The term became a fixture of later Raimi-related productions.
- This Is My Boomstick: After Ash's line in Army of Darkness.