What do you get when you cross George Romero with The Three Stooges by way of the director of A Simple Plan and The Gift? Ash heads up to the cabin, although, in this movie, his only companion is Linda (played here by Denise Bixler). The first ten minutes of the second film essentially recap what occurred in The Evil Dead.He is joined by a group of four additional characters: Annie Knowby (Sarah Berry), whose father owns the cabin; her boyfriend, Ed (Richard Domeier); a redneck named Jake (Dan Hicks); and his girlfriend, Bobbie Joe (Kassie Wesley).Predictably, these characters are dispatched one-by-one, leaving Ash as the last one standing.He became well known during the 1980s after a series of starring roles in major Hollywood films, including Diner, Cocoon, Three Men and a Baby, Police Academy, and Short Circuit. Early life Guttenberg was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Ann Iris (née Newman), and Jerome Stanley Guttenberg, an electrical engineer. He had a Jewish upbringing in North Massapequa, New York, where he graduated from Plainedge High School in 1976 (according to some sources, he transferred to New York City's High School of Performing Arts two years before graduating). The Evil Dead II: 25th Anniversary Edition is packed with all-new special features that revisit every aspect of the film’s shoot with over 20 cast and crew members, plus tons of existing content and a thrilling new High-Definition 1080P transfer.The Evil Dead II: 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Disc slays fans on November 15th for the suggested retail price of .99.
Before I go into anything else, I have to address one aspect of this film. I have known of him for a long time, since he’s an icon and has always been regarded as a legend when others have spoken of him. He is by far the best bit of the film and is rightly a massive part of why people love this series so much. Not to be too harsh, but everyone else is just fine, from a human perspective at least.
Career Film Guttenberg's first credit (after an uncredited bit part in Rollercoaster) was the starring role in the 1977 California high school comedy The Chicken Chronicles.
The picture, set in Beverly Hills in the Spring of 1969, was not a big box-office success, but did become a cult classic after extensive showings on premium cable networks in the United States. Jump up ^ "The Guttenberg Bible", Publishers Weekly, 02/13/2012.
After being forced to kill his possessed girlfriend, Ash (Bruce Campbell) holds up in the cabin with a group of strangers and attempts to repel the demonic spirits.
It’s a very tricky thing, dealing with expectation.