He's just pretty darn groovy, isn't he?
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He teaches a bunch of primitive screwheads what for, baby
While each of the "Evil Dead" movies are different enough from the others that calling them a trilogy almost seems unfair, one reliable constant – Campbell – delivered the goods in each one of them. Whereas "The Evil Dead" was more straightforward horror, by the time "Army of Darkness" (1992) came around, audiences were laughing as much as they were shrieking, sometimes at the same time. "Army of Darkness" adds an additional layer of crazy by setting most of the action in 1300 A.D. And yes, more crazy = good, if you're wondering. When Ash emerges from a pit in which he's been left for dead, waving his rifle while yelling, "You see this? This... is my boomstick!" and then continues on a rant about S-Mart's top of the line weapon, it's magic.