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Video Madness: Siskel & Ebert – The Evil Dead (1981)

Here is a trip back to the 80’s with our favorite duo of movie reviewers. Agree with them or not, Siskel and Ebert are forever part of our culture.  They tackle the Sam Raimi classic, The Evil Dead and while most ( if not all ) of us will not agree with these experts, it’s still a cool blast from horror past.  While they don’t officially give thumbs up or thumbs down to the end of the show and this clip doesn’t show it, by their comments from this segment, you can pretty much surmise that they didn’t like the movie.  They don’t even mention Bruce Campbell by name, but they do show a very brief clip of the movie.

 

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