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  • Actors: Bruce Campbell, Ted Raimi, Grace Thorsen, Ellen Sandweiss, Dan Hicks
  • Directors: Bruce Campbell
  • Format: Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • Release Date: Feb. 10 2009
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001KEGR5M

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Whelen on Sept. 13 2011
Format: DVD
Please bear with me. If you're a fan of Bruce Campbell, you don't need a review to tell you to see this movie. That's ridiculous.

However, if you are among the dwindling specks of human life remaining on this planet who do not know the massive power of The Bruce, or have not yet seen any of his performances, then it is you who are ridiculous.

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Season 3 or Xena: Warrior Princess Season 2? His pal Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy? Raimi's The Evil Dead Trilogy? The USA Network's Burn Notice?

If you have just crawled from the primordial pool, and are currently adjusting to your life as a biped with newly-evolved stereoscopic colour vision, and you have finally opted for lungs over gills, I forgive you.

Read on.

A note about the film's title. Reminiscent of William Shatner's "Get a life!" cry from the now-famous 1986 Saturday Night Live sketch, the title of this film was Campbell's way of teasing his fan-base about their relentless proclivity for referring to him as the character of Ash from his best-known performance in The Evil Dead Trilogy.

This was intended as both a playful rewording of the oft-quoted "Name's Ash... Housewares!" line from the third instalment,
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Format: Blu-ray
Please bear with me. If you're a fan of Bruce Campbell, you don't need a review to tell you to see this movie. That's ridiculous.

However, if you are among the dwindling specks of human life remaining on this planet who do not know the massive power of The Bruce, or have not yet seen any of his performances, then it is you who are ridiculous.

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Season 3 or Xena: Warrior Princess Season 2? His pal Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy? Raimi's The Evil Dead Trilogy? The USA Network's Burn Notice?

If you have just crawled from the primordial pool, and are currently adjusting to your life as a biped with newly-evolved stereoscopic colour vision, and you have finally opted for lungs over gills, I forgive you.

Read on.

A note about the film's title. Reminiscent of William Shatner's "Get a life!" cry from the now-famous 1986 Saturday Night Live sketch, the title of this film was Campbell's way of teasing his fan-base about their relentless proclivity for referring to him as the character of Ash from his best-known performance in The Evil Dead Trilogy.

This was intended as both a playful rewording of the oft-quoted "Name's Ash... Housewares!" line from the third instalment,
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Format: DVD
My Name is Bruce(with wide release in Oct/08),produced in cooperation with Dark Horse comics,is full of self deprecating comments like that one throughout its'86 minute run.In fact everyone gets a send up including people like you and me who review here on Amazon!That specific reference,like every other in this film,tells you never,but never,take yourself too seriously.
The film's plot has four kids out on a lark to a cemetery outside the backwoods mining town of Goldlick.One of the teens(Jeff)takes the protective marker off some wood around an entrance to a local mine.This unleashes Guan-Di,the spirit protector of 100 Chinese miners who perished long ago in an accident there.The scene shifts to Bruce on the set of his "latest" B(or C,or E,or....)film called Cavealien 2.Things are not going well and he gets spiffed and heads back to his home/trailer.With a knock on the door comes a bonk on the head and before he knows it Bruce is up in Goldlick to help save the town from Guan -Di,whose fave pastime is chopping the heads off anyone who comes within a few feet of him.Campbell is more than peeved at his kidnapping until he reasons it is all just a birthday joke set up by his agent.He plays along with the townsfolk until later he actually meets up with Guan-Di,mano et monster,and immediately retreats for all he's worth.He makes his way back to his trailer but gets a phone call from Jeff who is now taking on the demon by himself to save the town.Bruce has second thoughts,not to mention the guilt's,and hurries back to Goldlick.He meets up with Jeff's mother who didn't know about her son's plan,and which,by the way,spawns the title quote for this review.They both race to the graveyard and find Jeff.
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