Bruce Campbell

When Anchor Bay announced they were bringing two awesome horror movies to Blu-ray, we knew it’d be mighty swell of us to share them with you. The Bruce Campbell-starring, Sam Raimi-when-he-was-good directed classic The Evil Dead makes its debut on Blu-ray with a few new features. Also on high definition for the first time is director Adam Green’s 80s throwback slasher Hatchet, which features a villain who could hold his own with the likes of Freddy and Jason. So if you want to win yourself a set of these Blu-rays, click on through to find out what to do. (Hint: We’ll need a blood sample.)

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Episode: Past & Future Tense (Season 4, Episode 7) Synopsis: A toasty but not quite burned Cold War era spy teams up with Michael to dodge a Russian hit squad looking for state sponsored vengeance. Review: Can any episode featuring Burt Reynolds as a cold war spy be a bad one? Of course not. Though, to be honest, it wasn’t as great as I expected. Reynolds seemed to phone it in at times, though he’s not the youngest chicken in the game anymore. It was fun to see Paul’s willingness to fire off rounds down range at the Russians.

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Burn Notice

Kicking off the gigantic Ballroom 20 at the San Diego Comic Con (one of the largest rooms available) was Burn Notice, a panel that gave us the exciting news that Bruce Campbell would be starring in a prequel film about Sam Axe’s Navy SEAL exploits. While that was certainly the most newsworthy bit to come out of the room, there was plenty of fun to be had and little lessons to be learned. The living legend himself Bruce Campbell was the main attraction here, though show creator Matt Nix was there too, offering up plenty of insight into the future of the series. Also on the panel was Tim Matheson (Dead Larry) who guests in a few episodes and has directed several. The moderator was Chris Vance, who played one of the shows more enigmatic villains who met an explosive end.

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In surprising and most excellent news, USA Networks honcho Jeff  Wachtel made a surprise announcement that brought the thousands of fans in Comic-Con’s Ballroom 20 to raucus applause. After explaining to fans that what the USA Networks had decided was that “we need more Bruce Campbell,” the decision was made to go forward with a Burn Notice prequel movie that will focus on Sam Axe, the lovable, womanizing, beer guzzling former Navy SEAL. The plot is said to revolve around Sam’s last mission as a SEAL, revealing just why he left the run and gun side of the business and become confidant to a spy.

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Fiona and Jesse get the long stick as they find themselves searching for information on an island paradise while Sam and Michael aim to help a friend bring a scam artist to justice. Things go south quickly when one team is stuck in a hostage situation and the other comes up against an especially nosy neighbor.

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Burn Notice: Made Men

Bruce Campbell gets to shine in the most recent episode of Burn Notice as his super-villain alter-ego Chuck Finley takes the Miami mob by storm.

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Burn Notice Fast Friends

Michael Westen finds himself partnered with the same spy he just inadvertently burned. This can’t end well, can it?

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Burn Notice

Burn Notice returns with a bang in the fourth season premiere and we’re right there with the super spies to bring you coverage.

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The Coroner

An idea by Bruce Campbell fans directed by Bruce Campbell staring Bruce Campbell as Bruce Campbell for Bruce Campbell fans. Bruce Campbell.

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Evil Dead in 60 Seconds with Clay

Ah, fans. You always do find the most creative ways to pay homage to your favorite cult classics. And in the case of this little claymation short film from filmmaker Lee Hardcastle, it’s all about the most interesting way to tell one of the great B-level horror stories in one minute flat.

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Burn Notice returns to form, then excels right past it in one of the best, most action packed episodes of the series three year run.

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The wait is over – Burn Notice returns to USA and we’ve got our rundown of the most recent episode.

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EvilDeadBack

Now to see if they’ll play it as a double feature with Spider-Man 4

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31daysofhorror-reckoning

This weekend, we are taking a break from the obscure, the low-budget and the Coroner…

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31daysofhorror-reckoning

This weekend, we are taking a break from the obscure, the low-budget and the Coroner. As in, I’m taking over for a few days and I’m going to turn the focus of this daily feature toward my favorite sub-genre: horror comedy.

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Kevin Carr takes a look at this week’s movie releases, including Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The Informant! and Jennifer’s Body.

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campbell-mysterio

On the red carpet for the premiere of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Bruce Campbell squealed to Access Hollywood about the progress of the upcoming Spider-Man 4 production…

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Robert Fure finally escapes the underground cage he’s been cooped up in to deliver a Burn Notice Season 2 Finale review a week late.

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burnnotice-truthandrec

Michael’s search for the man who tried to kill him gets interrupted when Sam pressures him to help a Haitian man find justice for his murdered daughter.

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burnnotice-badbreaks

As a spy, there are a lot of ways to get information. My personal favorite is to just watch Burn Notice on USA.

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