When Ash vs Evil Dead began its second season, Kelly was bored out of her mind—so though she doesn’t trust Ruby at all, she was thrilled when the season one baddie lured Ash out of retirement, putting Kelly back in action. In this clip from Sunday’s episode, “DUI,” the bitter rivals forge an unlikely partnership.
Last week’s Ash vs Evil Dead ended with Ash’s worst fear coming true: his beloved Delta was heisted by teenage joyriders. On this week’s “Last Call,” Ash throws a party with his longtime buddy, sleazy bartender Chet (Ted Raimi), to lure back the car thieves. Did we mention the Necronomicon’s in the car, too?
Ever wonder what it would be like to watch a scary movie with Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless? You wouldn’t have time to scream, because you’d be too busy laughing your ass off. The stars of one of our favorite TV shows, Ash vs Evil Dead, recently sat down to offer their takes on some of horror’s most iconic moments.
It’s no secret that we’re huge fans of Ash vs Evil Dead here at io9. It’s one of the funniest, goriest shows ever to grace the airwaves, and after all, it’s based on one of the greatest horror trilogies of all time. With season two kicking off this weekend, we’ve been thinking about what we’d like to see in the new…
Ash vs Evil Dead returns to Starz on October 2, but if you simply cannot wait to see the first episode of season two (we saw it at San Diego Comic-Con, and can confirm it’s blood-gushingly delightful), here’s how to watch it early. As in, later today. No cable required!
“You’ve never lived until you’ve been hit in the face by a snot cannon,” Lucy Lawless says with deadpan conviction in this brief but fun behind-the-scenes look at Ash vs Evil Dead. This clip shows her character, Ruby, getting absolutely doused with the grossest stuff imaginable—then watching the playback with utter…
Ash vs Evil Dead returns October 2, just in time for Halloween season, and also the last few weeks leading up to something even more terrifying: the 2016 election. The official season two poster dropped today with a winking nod to patriotism, and with it a reminder that the best salutes are done with chainsaws.
Yesterday’s Ash vs Evil Dead Comic-Con panel was catnip for all the gorehounds who turned out to see Bruce “El Jefe” Campbell in person—as well as Sam Raimi, Lucy Lawless, Lee Majors, Ted Raimi, Dana DeLorenzo, Ray Santiago and Rob Tapert. Most also participated in a press room earlier in the day.
We’ve made no secret of our slobbering love for Ash vs Evil Dead, which has just three episodes left in its kick-ass first season. What will we do between January 2 and whenever season two starts? Well, we’ll binge-watch season one a lot ... and ponder all the reasons why it’s so freaking enjoyable.
The first episode of Ash vs. Evil Dead was everything an Evil Dead fan could hope for—and more. Start your chainsaws, because this is going to be a very groovy ride.
When you hear Ash vs. Evil Dead, you know who the star of the show is. It’s Bruce Campbell in the role that made him a cult icon: the chainsaw-armed, wise-cracking, shotgun-toting Ash Williams. But there’s more to a TV show than just one character.
The reboot factory is rolling out yet another old television favorite: Xena: The Warrior Princess. Unfortunately, we probably won’t be able to see Lucy Lawless reprise her role as the former warlord-turned-hero. “I really couldn’t live that life,” Lawless said during the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual…
The first two and half minutes of the season two premiere of Agents of SHIELD have been released, and we see a few old faces and are introduced to the skills of Lucy Lawless' Agent Isabelle Hartley and Nick Blood's Lance Hunter. Looks like there are some MacGuffins to find.
Aiyiyiyiyiyiyiyiyiyiyiyiyi! Bust out your breast plates and headband braids, because Xena: Warrior Princess might be up for a revival!