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Desc:What the F- - - Was That?
Category:Horror, Crime
Tags:Musical, Evil, dead, sam raimi, Oh no!
Submitted:Chizmurder
Date:09/09/08
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Billie_J_Buttfuck
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alltogethernow
Amazing musical. I hate musicals, but love Evil Dead. When I first saw it I wasn't sure how I would react, but the camp, blood and stupidity made for a great night.

I have seen this twice now in Toronto and I would see it again for sure. It helps that the Diesel Playhouse has serves beer and popcorn. Amazing to be able to get drunk in your seat and watch something like this.


Rodents of Unusual Size
After all the crappy musicals we've seen dragged onto poeTV (mainly by me) this is fucking awesome.

I want to pay money to see this. A lot.
dementomstie
I agree. I definetly would love to see this live, or undead, or whatever.
Crappy musicals ROUS? But you submitted most of the clips from that master piece Lord Of The Rings: The Musical!

Screwtape
I love legitimate thee-ater.
Camonk
Wait, wait... Someone made a watchable musical? Did they actually manage to make a GOOD musical? I don't know if I can believe that.
CharlesSmith
I've seen this show three times. The first two times were before it went to New York, when it was in the Tranzac (which I've actually performed on) in Toronto and had no budget. It was still unbelievably awesome, and the props were always really well made. There is so much heart and wit in that play. it's a real labour of love.
chumbucket
ummm is this REALLY the best scene of the show? i hope not
Walker
Saw this twice in the past two weeks in Columbus by two different theatre groups. One doing a more full-fledged production in a theatre downtown, the other doing it more low-budget 45 miles out of town, out in the woods at night. Both were awesome in their own way.
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