Prizes given to anyone who actually watches all of EVIL NED.
Siobhan the Transsexual is also expected to attend.
THE EVIL DEAD
Director Sam Raimi's first film has achieved legendary status since its
1982 release, and for good reason. Though perhaps not as widely seen as
its two sequels, EVIL DEAD 2 and ARMY OF DARKNESS, THE EVIL DEAD is
arguably the best of the three. It is the story of five college-age
friends who travel to a cabin in rural Tennessee where the stumble upon
the Book of the Dead, an ancient tome bound in human flesh and inked in
blood. After unwittingly awakening the unspeakable terror told of in
the book, each of the friends is transformed into the evil dead, one by
one, except for Ash (Bruce Campbell). So, Ash is left with no other way
to survive than to dismember the living corpses of his sister,
girlfriend, and two of his friends. Shot on a shoestring budget, the
film boasts some impressive camera work and extremely over the top gore
effects as well as a sense of humor much more subtle than the
tongue-in-cheek aesthetic of the two sequels.
EVIL NED (aka EVIL NED III: The Return of Evil Ned II: Electric Boogaloo)
From Self Acclaimed Writer-Director Richard Christy comes the tale of an Unstoppable Creature that could not be stopped. When the Creature tries to take over the world by transforming humans into evil ducks, only the most wholesome human in the world can stop him. Hailed by many as possibly the worst movie ever made, this horror comedy film kicked off Richard Christy's non-illustrious film career in 1995.