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The Top Ten Bruce Campbell Roles

8 December 2010 11:00 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

We all know him. We all love him. In fact he may be, despite what certain beer commercials say, the most interesting man in the world. His name is Bruce Campbell and he’s the world’s most famous B-Movie actor! Today we’ll be counting the Top Ten Bruce Campbell Roles, starting with number ten…..

10. My Name Is Bruce (Movie, 2007)

Despite being poorly reviewed (by me included), This still makes the list as it is uncut, unadulterated Bruce Campbell in it’s purest form. The plot is a little iffy and the ending is nothing more than a B-Movie send up, but who gives a damn about plot when Bruce Campbell is kicking ancient monster ass in a Hawaiian Shirt?

9. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters (Movie, 2007)

8. The X-Files (TV Series, “Terms of Endearment”, 1999)

7. The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. (TV Series, 1993-1994)

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Geek shows and movies on UK TV in the coming week

28 October 2010 1:57 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Stephen K Amos, Wallace and Gromit, Armstrong and Miller, Brimstone and the Psychoville Halloween Special. Plus great movies too in the coming week on UK TV!

This week, naturally, it's all about the scares and there are plenty of films and shows to provide the shivers for Halloween and the next seven days or so.

But the scheduling genies have also managed to squeeze in the laughs among the shrieks this week, for those too squeamish for the scream-inducing telly treats.

We start off with a newcomer to the eponymously named stand-up comedian sketch show club with The Stephen K Amos Show airing tonight, Friday, October 29th at 10:00pm on BBC2. There's plenty of room for series of this sort and we look forward, with a warm welcome, to Mr Amos' particular brand of funny stuff.

Those UK fans of the world's first loveable serial killer who managed to »

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Geek shows and movies on UK TV in the coming week

21 October 2010 10:08 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The Event and The Clone Wars arrive on UK telly, Matt Smith turns up in The Sarah Jane Adventures, and there are some great films to look forward to as well...

We'll start the week with the least exciting bit and, hopefully, work up to more tantalising tidbits on telly as we go through the next seven days.

Despite the hype, the arrival of The Event tonight, Friday, October 22nd at 9:00pm on Channel 4 may be a non-you-know-what. The Us show's been accused of trading on the styles and tricks of popular predecessors in trying to fill the island-sized hole left by Lost. From reports and our own reviews, it's only so much blown sand and wind, but the curious may want to see how much of that is true and if it's the wreckage some deem it to be that's now washed up on our shores.

Saturday, »

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The Evil Dead Now Available on Blu-ray Baby

15 October 2010 7:49 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment was kind enough to send us a review copy of the Blu-ray release of “The Evil Dead” written and directed by Sam Raimi (Spider-Man trilogy, Drag Me To Hell) and produced by Robert G. Tapert (Drag Me To Hell, The Grudge). Its cast features Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness), Ellen Sandweiss (My Name is Bruce), Hal Delrich (Crimewave), Betsy Baker (TV’s “Southland”, “E.R.”) and Sarah York (TV’s “Dangerous Women”). Five Michigan State University students venture into the hills to spend a weekend at an isolated cabin. There they discover an ancient Sumerian text, known as the “Morturom Demonto”; roughly translated as “The Book of [...] »

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Nathan Fillion: the new Bruce Campbell?

14 September 2010 10:01 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Two actors starring in very different films and shows, but there are numerous similarities between Nathan Fillion and Bruce Campbell, Charlotte reckons...

A theory has been formulating in my head for a long time now. Every time Nathan Fillion pops up in a film or on the TV, I can't help but think of similarities to Bruce Campbell.

No one should take this as an insult, since Nathan Fillion has become more mainstream than Campbell and has clocked up over 500,000 followers on his personal Twitter page. Yet for me, his career choices and his dedication to his fan mirror that of Bruce.

This is a good thing, given that Mr Campbell is a legend and all-round cult icon, as is the mighty Mr Fillion. Thus, I figured I should explain my theory in a little more detail...

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Okay, let's start with an easy one. Both Campbell and Fillion »

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Our suggestions for Bruce Campbell’s The Expendables of horror

13 September 2010 9:00 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Bruce Campbell is reportedly planning a horror equivalent of The Expendables. If this is the case, who would star in it, and what gory events would take place? Here are Duncan’s suggestions…

Now, news that Bruce Campbell is reportedly planning a horror equivalent of The Expendables is, in itself, enough to make me want to proclaim that the world is a beautiful place, filled with beautiful things, as merely putting just Bruce Campbell in a film is normally enough to get me to watch it. But, let's all calm down for a minute and look a bit closer at the facts.

In a recent interview with the La Times, Mr Campbell was asked about his concept for taking Bruce Vs. Frankenstein (a sequel to 2007's My Name Is Bruce) and making it 'The Expendables of horror'. His reply was: "Yeah, The Expendables, or more like the It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World »

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Bruce Campbell Plans 'Horror Expendables'

10 September 2010 12:48 AM, PDT | Sky Movies | See recent Sky Movies news »

Legendary cheesy horror actor Bruce Campbell has been inspired. He's revealed that following The Expendables' success, he's planning on creating a horror movie equivalent stuffed full of the most classic horror actors around. The Evil Dead star has crafted a successful cult career in recent years, with a number of niche horror successes including Bubba Ho-Tep and My Name Is Bruce. »

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Bruce Campbell Updates Evil Dead 4 and His "Horror Expendables" Idea

9 September 2010 7:07 PM, PDT | HugAZombie | See recent HugAZombie news »

An "Expendables of horror" sounds kinda cool...

The Evil Dead Blu-Ray is on its way, so the La Times sat down with Bruce Campbell and asked him about Evil Dead 4 and where the hell it's hiding.

None of us have said no [to a fourth]. I think Sam [Raimi] is always tweaking with the idea. He’s joked with a couple of concepts. He has threatened to do it multiple times. He’ll put a false statement out just to torment people. We joke that when he’s got one eye left and I’m in the old actors’ home, that’s when we’ll do it. But we both have day jobs now. The “Evil Dead” movies, you really have to lock up about two years of your life for each “Evil Dead” movie and we don’t really have the time right now. Sam says that he will gladly get back on that track, »

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Bruce Campbell Updates Evil Dead 4 and His "Horror Expendables" Idea

9 September 2010 7:07 PM, PDT | HugAZombie | See recent HugAZombie news »

An "Expendables of horror" sounds kinda cool...

The Evil Dead Blu-Ray is on its way, so the La Times sat down with Bruce Campbell and asked him about Evil Dead 4 and where the hell it's hiding.

None of us have said no [to a fourth]. I think Sam [Raimi] is always tweaking with the idea. He’s joked with a couple of concepts. He has threatened to do it multiple times. He’ll put a false statement out just to torment people. We joke that when he’s got one eye left and I’m in the old actors’ home, that’s when we’ll do it. But we both have day jobs now. The “Evil Dead” movies, you really have to lock up about two years of your life for each “Evil Dead” movie and we don’t really have the time right now. Sam says that he will gladly get back on that track, »

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Bruce Campbell’s Bruce Vs Frankenstein to be “The Expendables of Horror”

8 September 2010 3:00 PM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead, Burn Notice) is reportedly set to direct an ensemble horror film, which he’s calling “The Expendables of Horror”.

The film, tentatively titled Bruce Vs Frankenstein, will be a sequel to My Name Is Bruce and will shot as soon as the script is complete.

There’s a script, it just kind of blows right now, so no-one’s really seeing it [...] We gotta work on it. Definitely shoot in Oregon all on a stage. It’s like the 300 of horror comedies. We want to make it a whole world. Someone’s gotta take Frank down for good.

Commenting on the film during an interview with The Los Angeles Times, Campbell said he hoped the film would feature some of horror’s biggest fictional characters.

I want to have Kane Hodder (Jason, Friday 13th) be very particular about what he eats[...] I want Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger, »

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'Bruce vs Frankenstein' Could Be 'The Expendables' of Horror

8 September 2010 11:06 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Back in January we heard directly from The Chin himself that the anticipated sequel to the cult classic My Name is Bruce would finally arrive in the form of Bruce vs Frankenstein. Though there were some vague story ideas that surfaced back in 2008, Bruce Campbell recently talked with Hero Complex and shot off a whole slew of exciting ideas for this. Essentially, Campbell sees the sequel as The Expendables, or more like the It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World of horror. "I want to get so many horror movie stars that people can’t possibly not see the movie." Certainly sounds like an exciting prospect, but nothing is set in stone. Read on! Campbell elaborated on some specific actors and roles he'd like to make happen in the film, but once again, these are all just ideas for now, and we all know Campbell loves to talk and »

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Bruce Campbell Says ‘Bruce Vs. Frankenstein’ Will Be “‘The Expendables’ of Horror”

8 September 2010 9:00 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Beloved B-movie actor/God Bruce Campbell is making a sequel to My Name is Bruce. To many that decision may seem odd, considering that not even diehard fans of 'The Chin' were terribly blown away by the first film, and Campbell has been scrupulous enough in his project undertakings that he passed on a sequel to Bubba Ho-tep, but after reading his description of the sequel, entitled Bruce Vs. Frankenstein, I can see why he's insistent on making the film. In an interview with Hero Complex, Campbell was asked about a comparison he made of the film to The Expendables, and he was happy to elaborate: Yeah, [it's] “The Expendables,” or more like the “It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World” of horror. I want to get so many horror movie stars that people can’t possibly not see the movie. I want to give them other stuff to do. »

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Bruce vs. Frankenstein - The Expendables of Horror? Kane Hodder as the Monster? Oh My!

7 September 2010 10:58 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

It's been nearly nine months since last we spoke about the Chin's follow-up to My Name is Bruce, but finally the man himself has done a little bit of blathering and of course our ever-so-vigilant ears are here to pick up the chatter for you!

In a recent interview with the La Times' Hero Complex, Bruce Campbell dropped the following on eager fans:

"Yeah, it's The Expendables, or more like the It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, of horror. I want to get so many horror movie stars that people can't possibly not see the movie. I want to give them other stuff to do. I want to have Kane Hodder be very particular about what he eats. I want Robert Englund to be a tough guy, like he knows tae kwon do or something. I want to find out the hidden sides of all these people. Some will play themselves, »

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Bruce Vs. Frankenstein to Be The Expendables of Horror

7 September 2010 6:15 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Bruce Vs. Frankenstein to be The Expendables of horror When director/star/cult luminary Bruce Campbell decided to make a sequel to My Name Is Bruce instead of the long rumored Bubba Nosferatu: Curse of the She-Vampires, many of his fans were disappointed. In a recent interview with The Los Angeles Times in support of the recently released Evil Dead Blu-ray trilogy, Bruce made it clear that this upcoming sequel entitled Bruce Vs. Frankenstein would not disappoint his longtime legion of followers, and that it would certainly make-up for his decision to drop out of Bubba Nosferatu.

With the upcoming movie, Bruce Campbell is planning to make what he calls "The Expendables" of horror, by including every living horror actor in the proposed story. Here is what he had to tell The Los Angeles Times about the project:

""Yeah, it's "The Expendables, or more like the It's a Mad, Mad, »

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Bruce Campbell Wants To Make The Expendables Of Horror Movies

7 September 2010 3:27 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

While it might not quite be Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash, Bruce Campbell wants to make an all star horror movie in the vein of The Expendables. The Evil Dead actor spoke to the Los Angeles Times [via Screen Rant] recently and said that he hopes to make a sequel to My Name is Bruce called Bruce vs. Frankenstein and populate it with “so many horror movie stars that people can’t possibly not see the movie.”

Hit the jump for more details.

Campbell is very busy these days shooting the USA series Burn Notice, so he isn’t sure when or if this dream project might take place, but he wants not only to cast as many horror icons as possible, but cast them totally against type. “I want to have Kane Hodder be very particular about what he eats. I want Robert Englund to be a tough guy, like he knows tae kwon do or something, »

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Bruce Campbell Talks 'Bruce Campbell vs. Frankenstein'

1 September 2010 2:31 PM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Last week we told you about a recent interview in which Bruce Campbell spoke about Bruce Campbell vs. Frankenstein, his upcoming sequel to My Name is Bruce while promoting the new Blu-ray release of Evil Dead. Today, another interview popped up in which Campbell speaks in further detail about Bruce Campbell vs. Frankenstein, even going so far as to offer his 'wish list' cast including Robert Englund as a 'tough guy' and Kane Hodder as Frankenstein? More below. When speaking of all the horror icons he'd like to have in the film, Campbell tells the Hero Complex Blog, "I want to give them other stuff to do. I want to have Kane Hodder be very particular about what he eats. I want Robert Englund to be a tough »

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Bruce Campbell Wants Next Film to be The Expendables of Horror

25 August 2010 12:21 PM, PDT | Horrorbid | See recent Horrorbid news »

Remember the funny little poster we crated mocking Sly Stallone's Expendables movie? (Click Here) We'll apparently we weren't too far off the pace because Bruce Campbell in a recent interview with MTV said he wanted his next film to be stacked to the gills with horror icons much like the Stallone film is filled wit 80's action stars...

Shooting for the follow up to My Name Is Bruce, titled Bruce Vs. Frankenstein was originally slated to begin this fall during a break from USA’s “Burn Notice”, but has been pushed back because Campbell is making a “Burn Notice” spin-off movie about his Sam Axe character.

Aside from talking about the 30th anniversary release of Evild Ead Bruce didn't have too much to say except that at his age he doesn't expect he will be taking on the Ash role from Evil Dead ever again. Or at the very least »

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His Name is Still Bruce

25 August 2010 11:16 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Jesus Christ, has it really been almost 30 years since “Evil Dead”? When I stop to think about it, this seems completely rational, but somehow I’m not emotionally prepared to accept it. “Evil Dead” is one of those movies that somehow feels fresh, and still makes me feel like an awkward preteen when I watch it. It comes out on Blu-Ray next week with a pretty new HD transfer and a boatload of fun bonus features. But I’m getting off topic. “Evil Dead” star Bruce Campbell and his iconic chin sat down with MTV to talk about the movie, what he’s up to, and briefly discussed the follow up to 2007’s “My Name is Bruce”, “Bruce vs. Frankenstein”. Shooting on the sequel was originally slated to begin this fall during a break from USA’s “Burn Notice”, but has been pushed back because Campbell is making a “Burn Notice »

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Update on Bruce Vs. Frankenstein and why Bruce Campbell is so Awesome

25 August 2010 8:08 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

In a recent interview with MTV Bruce Campbell offered a little update on his film Bruce Vs. Frankenstein which is a sequel to My Name is Bruce. He reveals the shooting of the film has been delayed because of his work on Burn Notice.

We were hoping to do it during the middle of this break in my 'Burn Notice' TV schedule but I'm making a 'Burn Notice' TV movie instead about my character. It's a prequel movie about how Sam Axe got stuck in Miami. So we had to push ['Bruce Vs. Frankenstein.'] Hopefully we'll do it during the next break.

He goes on to talk about what he wants out of the movie,

...basically I want every horror movie icon in the movie. I want it to be the 'Mad, Mad, Mad World' of horror movies. 

Sounds like it will be a fun movie to watch. If you're a fan of »

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Bruce Campbell looks back at "The Evil Dead" and discusses "Bruce Vs. Frankenstein"

25 August 2010 7:30 AM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead hits Blu-ray next Tuesday with a hi-def transfer (and the first available version of the movie in a 1.33:1 aspect ratio) as well as a bonus DVD of behind-the-scenes content and new audio commentary with Raimi, Bruce Campbell and producer Robert Tapert. Here’s what Mr. Campbell had to say about The Evil Dead and his upcoming sequel to My Name Is Bruce. »

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