Evil Dead Film Fest: Hosted by Bruce Campbell

Hosted by Evil Dead Star, Bruce Campbell! With live commentary, Q&A, meet & greet opportunities, and more! Festival includes the films: Evil Dead, Evil Dead II, Army of Darkness, and My Name is Bruce.

October 29th-31st. Screening times: Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 4pm & 8pm, Sunday at 6pm. Photo Op & Meet/Greet Sunday at 4:30pm Day passes sold day of, based on availability.

Event Showtimes:

Ages: All Ages

Festival Passes - $129: includes all four screenings with live introductions and Q&A with Bruce Campbell.  Reserved seating. All sales final, no refunds.

Friday 10/29: Evil Dead at 8pm. Saturday 10/30: My Name is Bruce at 4pm & Evil Dead II at 8pm.

Sunday 10/31: Army of Darkness at 6pm.  Doors open half hour before show time.

Add-ons for festival pass holders: Limited Edition Festival Poster signed by Bruce Campbell - $40. Limit 100

Photo Op and Meet with Bruce Campbell - $50. Limit 100, Sunday 10/31 at 4:30pm - 5:30pm.

Day Passes will be based on availability for purchase day of show: Friday & Sunday: $39, Saturday: $59.


In 1979 with his Detroit friends, Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert, Bruce Campbell raised $350,000 for a low-budget film, The Evil Dead (1981), in which he starred and co-executive produced. Completed piecemeal over four years, the film first gained notoriety in England where it became the best-selling video of 1983,

Evil Dead is an American supernatural horror film franchise created by Sam Raimi consisting of four feature films and a television series. The series revolves around the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis, an ancient Sumerian text which wreaks havoc upon a group of cabin inhabitants in a wooded area in Tennessee.

The protagonist, Ashley Joanna "Ash" Williams (Bruce Campbell) is the only character to appear in every installment of the original trilogy, with the notable exception of his main love interest Linda, who appears in Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness during only the prologues. The original trilogy includes The Evil Dead (1981), Evil Dead II (1987), and Army of Darkness (1992), all written and directed by Raimi, produced by Robert G. Tapert, and starring Campbell. The franchise has since expanded into other formats, including video games, comic books, a musical, and a television series.


Web info: https://www.bruce-campbell.com/