July 4th, 2008
|01:10 am - Look Who's Evil Now!|
This holiday weekend, celebrate by seeing Evil Dead: The Musical or, if you are unable, being glad that it exists and that a waitress can ask you, "Was that lemonade Candarian Demon Lemonade?"
God bless America*.
*The show was actually developed in Canada. Just run with it.
Current Mood: patriotic
Current Music: Audrye Sessions - Perfect, Sometimes
OMG that looks so fun! I'm jealous.
Hey, no taking credit for our works of art!
grumble grumble american cultural imperialism grumble grumble... :P
Very cool shirt. I can't remember if I posted this before, but I went to summer camp with Sam Raimi back in the early to mid '70s. It was the camp where they filmed Indian Summer, and Sam was in that movie. Sam was hysterically funny at camp, but also very quiet. One year, the camp play was Finian's Rainbow and Sam played Finian. I was in the chorus. The boy who played the Leprechaun was new that year and I don't remember his name, but he kept telling us about his step-brother Stevie who was making a movie and we should all go and see it. Some shark movie. Yup, Jaws.
|Date:||July 4th, 2008 03:11 pm (UTC)|| |
Maybe I will! I have tickets, I just have to figure out when DH and I can go.
It tickles me that it's playing at the Campbell Theater, though I didn't notice that that was amusing until this week...
|Date:||July 4th, 2008 03:15 pm (UTC)|| |
Argh! Failure to log in
That's me that I'm replying to.
Lovely! Though, for a second, I thought this was something to do with Dexter.
The splatter zone...Hmmmm...interesting, very interesting...
Evil Dead: The Musical? I kind of want to see that, and yet... I can't help but feel that without Bruce Campbell it just wouldn't be the same.
Of course it's not the same. There's far less singing and dancing in the movies. But it's still great, and they stick in all the classic Ash lines.
Yes, but without Bruce Campbell saying them, wouldn't they lack a certain... Evil Deadness? Although apparently they don't, since you're raving about this musical. So it seems I'm just going to have to see it.