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Bruce Campbell

Closed October 25, 2019

Unquestionably it's an instant classic, probably the grisliest well-made movie ever.

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Bruce Campbell Talks All Things Evil Dead

Slasher flick cult hero Bruce Lorne Campbell embarked on his first foray into film and acting as a teenager at high school in Michigan, where he could be found making Super 8 shorts with his friends, one of whom was future American filmmaker Sam Raimi. The pair continued to work together, later collaborating on the first 30-minute version of the first Evil Dead Film, solidifying a life-long friendship that would spawn the smash hit franchise of legendary undead adventures. 

Together Campbell and Raimi would work together on a spectacular array of different films including the Superman seires, Darkman and The Quick and The Done, but none as iconic as their delightfully dark, initially-no budget trailblazer of a film series. Starring as the Evil Dead's central character Ash Williams, Campbell turned his career-defining role into one of the most popular horror anti-heroes of all time. Rude, selfish and very much in touch with his own insanity, Ash is the world's only hope against the Deadites and the nefarious Kandarian demon agenda. 

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Performance date: 25 October 2019

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