Unassuming store clerk Ash (Bruce Campbell) is time-warped into England's Dark Ages, where he must find the Necronomicon, a compendium of the black arts, before he can return home. Fortunately, he has time to romance a beautiful princess and battle an army of skeletons. This is the inspired sequel to EVIL DEAD and EVIL DEAD 2.
Richard Grove - AMERICAN SUPPORTING ACTOR
Sam Raimi - Director, EVIL DEAD
Embeth Davidtz - Actress
Bruce Campbell - American actor/producer, THE EVIL DEAD
Ivan Raimi - American screenwriter, SPIDERMAN 3
Chris Doyle - Stunt Coordinator, Star, began in '80s, ARMY OF DARKNESS
Christopher Doyle - Stunt Coordinator, Star, began in '80s, ARMY OF DARKNESS
John Travers - Editor, ARMY OF DARKNESS (1992)
Bill Pope - Director of photography, BOUND/THE MATRIX
Ian Abercrombie - Actor/"Puppetmaster 3"
Danny Elfman - Score composer
Anthony Tremblay - Production Designer, THE DEVIL'S REJECTS (2005)
Tony Tremblay - Production Designer, THE DEVIL'S REJECTS (2005)
Bob Murawski - Editor, ARMY OF DARKNESS (1992)
Ida Gearon - Costume Designer, ARMY OF DARKNESS (1992)
Through a magic spell, Ash, a modern-day discount-store employee, finds himself back in the middle ages. Given the key to return home by an alchemist, he bungles the incantation and, instead, releases the forces of darkness. Now Ash has one job to do before transporting to the future: defeat the army of the evil dead... if they don't defeat him first.
"...A crisp, punchy look and an energetic style..." - 02/19/1993 New York Times, p.C10
"...Nifty special effects and funny verbal exchanges..." - 02/19/1993 USA Today, p.5D
"...Campbell is a walking human cartoon, and it's fun to watch him drop insults in late-20th-century slang..." - 03/05/1993 Entertainment Weekly, p.40-2
"...[An] enjoyably silly sequel..." - 10/01/2000 Total Film, p.104
3 stars out of 5 -- "This medieval-set EVIL DEAD threequel is as good-natured a horror as you'll come across..." - 11/01/2008 Empire, p.196
"Sam Raimi's sequel (of sorts) to the ditzy, daffy EVIL DEAD II is still a hoot 16 years later." -- Grade: B- - 09/18/2009 Entertainment Weekly