Bless Beer Brains’ Little Green Heart

He made me laugh by mentioning one of my all time ‘stupid’ funny favorites.

“This is my BOOM stick!”

We had a place in New Orleans that sold all sorts of AOD/Evil Dead and Nightmare Before Christmas stuff you couldn’t find anyplace else on earth. We would always pick up Ebola a little souvenier ~ a “Bad Ash” bobblehead doll here, a DVD encased in squishy foam Book of the Dead there ~ as a thank you for not killing the dogs while we were gone.
::sigh:: From such small gestures are the cherished memories of childhood made.

9 Responses to “Bless Beer Brains’ Little Green Heart”

  1. That 1 Guy says:

    Heheheh… It’s easily one of my favorites. Bruce Campbell’s smartass comments and quotes made that movie…
    “All right you primitive screwheads… listen up!!!”
    “Clatto Verata n… necktie… nickel… n word. Definitely an N word.”

  2. Cullen says:

    Klaatu Barada … actually. (nikto)
    But yeah, that’s a great line from Army of Darkness. The entire fight in the well with the deadite was great.
    Why did Sam Raimi have to go and sell out and start making crap (okay, redeeming himself with the Spiderman flicks)?

  3. Bruce Campbell is a god.
    Why did Sam Raimi have to go and sell out
    Maybe because Evil Dead movies don’t gross $800 million a piece? They just gross OUT.

  4. Cullen says:

    There are plenty of people who parlayed their modest early gross-outs into mega-selling hits (Wes Craven being the biggie). Raimi went the comic relief cheesy path with such great entries as Darkman and the horrible Hercules and Xena TV series.
    AND, dincha hear, he’s remaking the Evil Dead and it’s supposed to be released later this year or early next year.

  5. Oh God, what horrible news! $$’s destroy the originals. DESTROY. Like when Robert Rodriguez got the money to remake El Mariachi as “Desperado”. GACK!! Half the genius of the sub-titled original was lines like

    “If his name is Azul, why does he wear black?”

    Oh crap, I’m rollin’ even thinking about it.

  6. Cullen says:

    I love Robert Rodriguez. I further think that Desparado was superior to El Mariachi. I appreciated the underground film, but it just didn’t have the panache Desparado had.
    And what he has gone on to do … Sin City!!! Rodriguez still has a reputation for making big budget movies at a fraction of the cost of regular Hollywood films.
    But, I see your point.

  7. Rob says:

    I loved Sin City. The wife is still mad at me for taking her, though. She hated it.

  8. I can understand why. We just watched it a couple weeks ago and I would rate it ‘peculiar’.

  9. Cullen says:

    Balance Sin City against his Spy Kids movies. Now, you can knock the SK series, but every kid I know loves ’em.
    Rodriguez is, IMNSHO, that rare director who can separate his children’s movies from his adult-geared fare. Something Tim Burton has never grasped.

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