One thing that I found amusing was when that kid was sticking his head up through the neck hole of the dead lady because you could see the kid was just having fun in real life. It's good to know that the child won't be scarred by being on this great & insane show.Scandinavian baby-headed corpse. This is the most fucked up show I've ever seen. And now I want to see Scandinavian Baby-Headed Corpse in concert.
They're not making any kind of statement or anything like that so I doubt you'll be bothered. It's just something that, if there was a bigger audience for the show, I could see being construed as not being in the best of taste in today's world. Now that I built it up, you'll probably wonder what the hell I was even talking about when you see it.Great. I’ll probably be in the group that says “fuck this shit.” Assuming I continue to watch, does this air on Saturdays or Sundays? I never know since I’m using the app.
Plus, I'm sure the intent was to do a riff on Carrie and certainly not to mock murder in high schools but if it was on a show that was seen by a more mainstream audience, there would have been some social media 'outrage'.I pretty much knew what you were talking about from reading the episode description. Yeah, the dance scene was pretty rough. They knew it was risky, which is probably why they had Ash much more serious than he usually is from the moment he first saw the stairs.
It's bizarre that anyone could consider themselves a "fan" of the original films and not know about this. I'd consider myself a casual fan, but was aware of it when it originally was announced and went into production. Not everyone gets Starz, but the first two seasons are on Netflix and home video.Nobody knows about this show. I asked my friend at the comic shop, “Do you watch Ash vs. Evil Dead?” “No, I never heard of it, but I love the Evil Dead.” A year later: “Did you ever catch up on Ash vs. Evil Dead?” “I never heard of it! It sounds cool!” Have you all got amnesia?!