Welcome to the 32nd episode of The Cinefessions Podcast! This week Chris is watching Star Wars, so Ashe and Branden are headlining again. This time with a review of episode seven of the Starz series Ash vs Evil Dead, and the long-awaited review of Army of Darkness from 1992!
You can follow along with this series by watching Ash vs Evil Dead on Starz.
Note that these Ash vs Evil Dead episodes are filled with major spoilers, and we highly recommend that you watch the episodes before listening to the show if you do not want major plot points, including the endings, spoiled for you. This episode also contains adult language.
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0:00:00 – 0:15:15 – Intro/Our Week in Media
0:15:16 – 0:40:07 – Army of Darkness (1992) Review (Contains Spoilers!)
0:40:08 – 0:57:12 – Ash vs Evil Dead: S1.E7 (Fire in the Hole) Review (Contains Spoilers!)
0:57:13 – 0:59:06 – The Ratings Game: Ash vs Evil Dead Edition
0:59:07 – 1:01:42 – Outro
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Branden has been a film fan since he was young, roaming the halls of Blockbuster Video, trying to find the grossest, scariest looking VHS covers to rent and watch alone in the basement. It wasn’t until recently, though, that Branden started seeking out the classics of cinema, and began to develop his true passion for the art form. Branden approaches each film with the unique perspective of having studied the art from the inside, having both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in acting. He has been a film critic since 2010, and has previously written for Inside Pulse Movies, We Love Cult, and Diehard Gamefan. His biggest achievement as a film critic, to date, has been founding Cinefessions and turning it from a personal blog to a true film website, housing hundreds of film and television reviews, and dozens of podcasts.