Evil Dead Funhouse Posted on April 5, 2013 by unkle lancifer — 5 Comments ↓ I know now that my wife has become host to a Kandarian demon. I fear that the only way to stop those possessed by the spirits of the book is through the act ofâ€¦ finding ten differences in these two photos. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related
I’m sorry, but I’m too overwhelmed by the awesomeness of Bruce Campbell to find anything except said awesomeness.
1. 2 left feet
2. the horn on the cow skull
3. the leaf in front of Bruce’s left foot
4. his thumb on the shotgun
5. the lower end on the cross is missing a bit
6. part of the tree behind him (under the ax) is missing
That’s all I’ve got right now…
1. The tombstone cross is missing an angled piece on the left.
2. Campbell’s right foot has been switched with a copy of his left.
3. The two creases on his left cuff are missing.
4. A branch that shoots straight out from his right forearm has an added smaller branch which makes it three pronged.
5. The second leaveless tree on the hill in the bacground from the left had its branches rotated.
6. The lighted spot in front of his left shoe is missing.
7. A horn from the skull is missing.
8. A branch that passes behind the ax and his left shoulder is missing.
That’s all I got.
I memorian, Roger Ebert’s reviews of the Evil Dead films:
“The Evil Dead” with Siskel:
“Evil Dead 2” :
“Army of Darkness”:
It is fairly badass that Siskel and Ebert picked The Evil Dead to review on their show – only a handful of releases made it onto their program. They were too reluctant to give a notorious zero-budget splatter flick their endorsement (for shame!) but you can tell that they really kind of liked it – Ebert in particular who described it as a “pure” film.
Ebert liked Evil Dead 2 more and again praised the best bits:
“There is one shot in the film that is some kind of masterpiece. There is a force out there in the woods. We never see it, but we see things from its point of view. In one long and very complex unbroken point-of-view shot, this force roars through the woods, flattens everything, crashes through the cabin door, and roars through room after room with invincible savagery, chasing the hero until. . . . But I wouldn’t dream of giving away the joke.”
Two left feet, bent part of cross is missing, horn on skull missing, missing leaf by left foot, missing thumb (gun hand), branch hovering in mid air, smooth sleeve (gun arm), gun barrel lengthened, additional twig on branch behind his ax arm, black tree above cross missing a branch.
Another great one! That was really difficult, what with me salivating over the image of Bruce Campbell and all. Makes focusing a challenge.