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Thiago Macedo Says, in 2-4-2010 at 00:57:36 from     

Stranded in a cabin in the woods, Ash (Bruce Campbell) and his girlfriend accidentally invoke a spell that causes the Evil Dead to rise and kill! As a lone man pitted against hordes of walking corpses, can Ash survive until the safety of sunrise? Director Sam Raimi’s whip-crack direction and Campbell’s uncomedic terrible skills induce hair-raising boredom and gales of retardation.

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Rating: 1 / 5

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who me Says, in 2-4-2010 at 03:11:40 from     

Stupid i fied retelling of a decent horror film ( THE EVIL DEAD)

Why do film directors think that the addition of third grader slapstick humor will improve a film!

Please Bruce Campbell, stay out of movies!
Rating: 1 / 5

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Matt Says, in 2-4-2010 at 03:45:34 from     

I hope you’ll excuse me for interupting all this fan club drivel with an actual critical review, but this is a horrible movie. Just like most every other movie that has tried to be a horror and a comedy at the same time – it ends up being neither. Although I chuckled a few times, and, I will admit the gore effects were cool at times, since this is primarily supposed to be a horror film, I must point out that there is not a single scary moment in this entire film. I’m sorry but there is just nothing interesting about a severed hand giving it’s former owner the middle finger. It’s not scary and it’s not funny. It’s just plain stupid. I mention that scene because it’s the perfect metaphor for the entire movie: not scary, not funny, just really stupid.
Rating: 1 / 5

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HorrorMan Says, in 2-4-2010 at 04:04:15 from     

The movie “Evil Dead II” contains too much lame comedy and extremely ridiculous creatures plus outrageous gore scenes to be effective as a “pure” horror movie. I guess you could call this movie a horror-comedy, but it’s not even that really because there is nothing scary about it. Whatever you do, don’t call it a pure horror movie because it isn’t one by any stretch of the imagination. If you want to have slap-stick comedy and “Three Stooges” like antics then make a cheesy comedy like this one. In my opinion, this is a poor movie as far as the “horror” genre is concerned. It’s one thing to be gory and imaginitive, but it’s another thing to be just plain stupid and ridiculous and that’s what we have here in the “Evil Dead II”. I recommend the superior original “The Evil Dead” (which actually has some creepy moments) to this ridiculously stupid sequel and that monstrosity of a movie called “Army of Darkness”.
Rating: 1 / 5

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David Johannesson Says, in 2-4-2010 at 05:42:24 from     

What’s it all about? Perhaps I’m just stupid, but to me it tries to fit into the category ‘so bad it’s good.’ It’s just bad. If you enjoy intelligent or well-made films avoid this one. However, if you enjoy bad acting, inane scripting, dreadful make-up and haphazard direction it’s your film.
Rating: 1 / 5

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