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Army of Darkness The Director's Cut Official Bootleg Edition - DVD - Used

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Movie description

Unassuming store clerk Ash (Bruce Campbell) is time-warped into England's Dark Ages, where he must find the Necronomicon, a compendium of the black arts, before he can return home. Fortunately, he has time to romance a beautiful princess and battle an army of skeletons. This is the inspired sequel to EVIL DEAD and EVIL DEAD 2.



Cast: Embeth Davidtz, Richard Grove



Edition: Director's Cut: Bootleg Edition

Sound: HiFi Sound, Stereo Sound, Surround Sound


DVD Features:

Region 1

Keep Case

Widescreen Anamorphic - 1.66


Dolby Digital 5.1 - English

Additional Release Material:

Deleted Scenes

Audio Commentary - 1. Sam Raimi - Director, Bruce Campbell - Star, Ivan Raimi - Screenwriter

Additional Footage (15 minutes)

Deleted Scenes (4)

Interactive Features:

Scene Access

Interactive Menus

Text/Photo Galleries:


Editorial reviews

"...Campbell is a walking human cartoon, and it's fun to watch him drop insults in late-20th-century slang..."

Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (03/05/1993)

"...[An] enjoyably silly sequel..."

Total Film - George Kiritopoulos (10/01/2000)

3 stars out of 5 -- "This medieval-set EVIL DEAD threequel is as good-natured a horror as you'll come across..."

Empire - Nick De Semlyen (11/01/2008)

"Sam Raimi's sequel (of sorts) to the ditzy, daffy EVIL DEAD II is still a hoot 16 years later." -- Grade: B-

Entertainment Weekly - Chris Nashawaty (09/18/2009)


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