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Things That Sound Like Incorrect Quotes But Are Actually Canon: Part 1
Ash: I might have that bad memory disease.
Ash: Alzheimer’s? That’s the bad memory disease. Why would you mention that?
When Sam Raimi wrote Ash Williams forcibly chopping off his arm with a chainsaw in order to reclaim ownership of his body was Mr. Raimi aware that RFF is the most common method of phalloplasty
People are still spam-liking my stuff and I can’t block them??
Anyways please stop spam-liking things, it’s really annoying
WAIT WAI TWAI T EVERYONE I JUST REALIZED SOMETHING
after ash cuts his hand off, he can’t play any of his instruments anymore
in the moment, all he’s thinking about is survival and finally getting a win against evil BUT THEN in the aftermath…he’s sitting there in the back of some police cruiser looking at his stump and thinking about all the years of practice gone to waste, the dreams that were already so far fetched but are now impossible…..evil really took everything that he loves……..
“fuck you my child is completely fine”
i don’t think so. your child just cut up their girlfriend with a chainsaw. does that sound fine?
Also! Since I turned 18 last week, NSFT stuff is now accepted!
First off I would like to say I'm sorry if you have answered this before! I'm also sorry if this in anyway is hard to read. I am dyslexic and I know sometimes it's hard for others to understand what I meant. I try my best but sometimes even my best is poorly written. I just saw your PSA post about spam liking and blocking people who do this. I don't mean to start any problems or accidentally come off as rude but you had me genuinely curious if you don't mind me asking about why you do that. I understand that spam liking can be very very annoying and totally understand if that is the reason. I know I would do the sameif I was in your shoes. I hope this doesn't accidentally come off as too nosy. If you don't feel like answering this I understand :>
I hope you have a great day/night whenever you read this! Also thank you for sharing what you do!!
No problem! Besides being annoying, it basically makes me turn off my notifications on my phone, which doesn’t help anything.
Hopefully I can get back to writing soon! I’ll probably queue up some reblogs so you guys can at least have content.
'Ash vs. Evil Dead' Season 3 Review: A Rollicking Slapstick Slaughter
By Haleigh Foutch
The Starz original series is back with all the Deadite gore and Bruce Campbell one-liners you could ask for.
In terms of bang for your buck, you'd be hard-pressed to find another horror franchise that delivers the goods as consistently as Evil Dead. Starting with Sam Raimi's iconic original film, through his increasingly comedic (and deranged) sequels, Fede Alvarez's grisly remake, and the long-awaited return of Bruce Campbell's chainsaw-wielding hero in the Starz original series Ash vs. Evil Dead, the horror franchise has proven as elastic as it is enduring, able to mold to the specific demands of each new iteration without losing that delirious double shot of zany personality that defines it.
However, if the Evil Dead movies have burned bright and fast, Ash vs. Evil Dead is facing new territory -- not just endurance, but abundance -- delivering ten half-hour episodes per year. That’s more Ash in three years than we’ve seen in the previous three decades, and lucky us while we’re on the topic, but that also means these three seasons of television have demanded a whole lot more linear narrative and mythological world-building than the franchise has ever had to support before. That demand has led to hit or miss results over the first two seasons, including some exciting expansions of the mythology and timeline, some less exciting additions (ahem, Baal), and regular returns to the cabin in the woods that started it all. Likewise, Season 3 is a mixed bag, more good than bad, that hits new highs, but also one very specific disappointing narrative low.
Season 3 is an easy pickup from last year's finale that finds things more or less where we left them (Except Linda, who has seemingly vanished. But hey, you know how Ash is with the ladies) Ash is now running his dad’s hardware store in Elk Grove, where he’s living large as the newly redeemed town hero. Pablo (Ray Santiago) is ever loyal at his side, helping out in the store -- unpaid, of course -- and living his modest dream as the owner of Pablito’s Fish and Chips. Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo) has headed off on her own to carry on the Deadite fight, teaming up with Dalton (Lindsay Farris); descendant of the so-called Knights of Sumeria, an ancient bloodline devoted to defeating the forces of evil. When the Necronomicon pops up on an Antiques Roadshow-esque TV show, Kelly witnesses a massacre that could only be Ruby’s handiwork and heads back to Elk Grove to reunite the Ghostbeaters and stop Ruby for good.Unfortunately, evil moves fast, and before Kelly can sound the alarm, the Deadite scourge makes its way to the local high school, where Ash’s newly introduced daughter Brandy (Arielle Carver-O’Neill) comes face-to-face with the forces of evil -- and her brash, blood-soaked father -- for the first time. This is where Ash vs. Evil Dead’s third season threatens to drop the ball, because everything about Brandy feels like rehashing old material. Given the grisly details of how they meet, and all the viscera-soaked torment unleashed on Brandy in the episodes that follow, it’s easy enough to understand why she hates her dad, but that doesn’t make it any less tiresome.
We spent all of Season 2 watching Ash clear his name as a hero and win over the town of Elk Grove, so it’s frustrating to have to do it all over again with a character who, frankly, is willfully stupid in her refusal to accept the things happening in front of her eyes. But we’ve also already done the daughter thing -- not biologically, but Kelly has always been Ash’s heir apparent. In fact, departed showrunner Craig DiGregorio intended to make her Ash’s actual daughter in the timey-wimey Season 2 finale, which means that relationship was very carefully and intentionally established. We’ve already watched Kelly make the journey from the blood-soaked young woman who can’t believe her eyes to the hardened Deadite fighter, and we’ve already put in the work to build her mutual respect and unorthodox camaraderie with Ash, so the abrupt turn away from that dynamic in favor of a newly introduced character is jarring.
The good news is that Ash vs. Evil Dead is a series that tears through storyline and mythology like it tears through bodies, so there’s not a lot of time to get hung up on frustration. It’s all far too fun. The first episode comes out of the gate unsteady because the show has to redirect course to catch up with the new narrative, but the next four episodes provided for review handle the transition better, zipping from one splatstick set-piece to the next and improving with each half-hour installment. By Episodes 4 and 5, Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 is cooking on a full rollicking boil, utterly unhinged with all the signature splatter gore, gag-worthy gags, and low-brow humor that has made Evil Dead the benchmark of horror comedy.
The slapstick bits are reliably a) hilarious and b) disgusting this season, conjuring up all the fluids of the human body for new giggly grotesqueries. There’s a clever, extra-icky bit set at a semen collection facility that’s sure to delight fans of Ash vs. Evil Dead’s more scatological humor, but it’s a later sequence involving a corpse, a baby, and some bowling balls that had me wide-eyed in shock and howling with laughter. Credit to the folks at Starz; they continue to allow the creative minds behind their shows to push the envelope as far as possible, and the folks at Ash vs. Evil Dead sure do love pushing envelopes. The comedic dialogue is also especially snappy this season, and Campbell is ever-reliable with the delivery, dropping zingers and one-liners like he’s the chosen one of snark. It's a hoot.
Fortunately, just because Kelly's been shoved out of the role of surrogate daughter, that doesn't mean she isn't still fulfilling her role as Ash's heir apparent and kicking Deadite ass all over the place. Kelly and Pablo get a standout mid-season set-piece that goes light on the comedy in favor of the action-horror, and it feels more like classic Evil Dead than anything else on the series that wasn't directed by Raimi. It's a thrilling sequence, clever and creative, and like all the best stuff on Ash vs. Evil Dead, it plays with the legacy and rules we know while bringing something new to the table. And of course, it's got kick ass practical effects. Because Ash is wrapped up in the drama of his offspring and Ruby's new sinister plan, he's largely separated from his lovable sidekick duo, but that doesn't stop them from shining on their own.
Ultimately, the first five episodes of Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 may stumble getting off the ground, but once they find their footing, they take off fast with some of the most insane, satisfying and laugh-out-loud funny beats we've seen on the show so far. The classic Evil Dead flourish is on full display, the creative team never seems to run out of screwball visions of hell on earth, and Campbell continues to give life to a horror icon. Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 is a little sloppy, but Ash has always left a big mess and the bonkers ride is well worth the narrative whiplash.
Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 premieres on Starz on Sunday, February 25th at 9pm ET/PT.
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Haleigh Foutch is a writer, editor, host, actor, and cat enthusiast based in Los Angeles. She's currently Senior Editor of Content Strategy and Analytics at Collider, where she's been climbing the ranks and screaming about the unsung genius of Grosse Pointe Blank for nearly a decade. She also oversees Collider's horror content and co-created The Witching Hour podcast, previously appeared as a regular panelist on Movie Talk, and has written for Rotten Tomatoes, Complex, Birth.Movies.Death., and more. You can usually find her sharing Buffy the Vampire Slayer memes on Instagram, rehearsing the Five Movements from The OA, and asking people about their pets.
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Seeing her excitement and not understanding what my friend was hesitating, I reached out and stroked her back soothingly. It seemed like an eternity passed until Volodya hoarsely and slowly said: I think we can. Hearing his words, and still not understanding their meaning, I jerked off my nightgown, threw it aside and my breasts with protruding nipples swayed half a meter.
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Said to him in response: - Yes, of course, I am grateful. - Did you have any idea to thank them. - What can I do for them.Evil Dead II Laughter Scene
The age difference with my brother was big - eight years. And so my mother often shifted the responsibilities of raising him to me. But, to be honest, I'm already pretty tired of all this.
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Finally, after much effort, the knuckles passed. She clenched her hand into a fist and began to move it inside me, expanding my rectum and massaging the anus and prostate. After half a minute of this massage, I finished, although the member did not really stand up.