Ash vs Evil Dead: The Mettle of Man Season 3, Ep 10
As the power of the Evil Dead sweeps the globe, Ash prepares to meet his destiny. Series finale.
Ash vs Evil Dead: Judgment Day Season 3, Ep 9
Ash leaves the boomstick at home with Brandy and launches himself into a final confrontation with Ruby and the creature who's stolen Kelly's body.
Ash vs Evil Dead: Rifting Apart Season 3, Ep 8
With Kelly and Brandy trapped on the wrong side of death itself, Ash and Pablo come up with the worst plan possible to get them back. Well...it's more like the idea of a plan.
Ash vs Evil Dead: Twist and Shout Season 3, Ep 7
Ruby's plan reaches its culmination, Pablo receives a message from beyond, and Ash crashes Brandy's high school dance (twice).
Five friends travel to a cabin in the woods, where they unknowingly release flesh-possessing demons. [more inside]
Ash vs Evil Dead: Tales from the Rift Season 3, Ep 6
Kelly hunts down Ruby, the Knights of Sumeria continue to be no help at all, and Brandy cooks breakfast.
Ash vs Evil Dead: Baby Proof Season 3, Ep 5
Ash fights a baby. Kelly and Brandy battle a demon-possessed Pablo. Pablo must make a crucial choice, but he gets a little distracted.
Ash vs Evil Dead: Unfinished Business Season 3, Ep 4
The Knights of Sumeria are so useless. Oh my God.
Ash vs Evil Dead: Apparently Dead Season 3, Ep 3
Ruby uses her maternal instincts (and some creepy blood-and-bug sorcery) to drive a deeper wedge between Ash and Brandy.
Ash vs Evil Dead: Booth Three Season 3, Ep 2
The Evil Dead have it in for Ash's "seed," but is Brandy the only little Williams out there? Ash investigates the possibility of further progeny, and finds himself in a sticky situation.
Ash vs Evil Dead: Family Season 3, Ep 1
After scouring the earth of the Deadites last season, Ash opens a hardware store-slash-sex toy emporium in his old hometown and settles in to enjoy the good life. The Evil Dead are back before the end of the cold open. I mean, look, it's in the title. [more inside]
When friends Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell set out to turn their 1978 short Within the Woods into a full-length film on a shoestring budget, what they came up with was The Evil Dead; a nauseating film, sure, but also a thunderstorm in a bottle that managed to splice black comedy with innovative technique to make a hugely beloved cult horror mainstay. But how could anybody follow up such an apparent fluke with a sequel? Well, if you're Raimi and Campbell, you take another run at the same story, with the insanity turned up to 11, and in the process you practically invent a new genre of film.