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Front Back Title Region

1 - NTSC - USA

Army of Darkness Limited Edition
Trapped in Time, Surrounded by Evil, Low on Gas

Studio Universal Alt Title Evil Dead III
Distributed by Anchor Bay Director(s) Sam Raimi
Running Time 81.mins
96.mins
Producer(s) Robert Tapert, Bruce Campbell
Prod. Year 1992 Composer(s) Joseph Lo Duca, Danny Elfman
Genre(s) Action, Comedy, Horror Writer(s) Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi
Screen Format WideScreen
1:66:1
Anamorphic

Full Screen
1:33:1
Prod.Design Tony Tremblay
Sound Format(s) DD 5.1
DD 2.0
Sound Steven D. Williams, Lance Brown
Layer DVD-9
2-Disc
Actors - Bruce Campbell
- Bridget Fonda
- Ted Raimi
- Bruce Thomas
- Embeth Davidtz
- Marcus Gilbert
- Ian Abercrombie
- Richard Grove
- Timothy Patrick Quill
- Michael Earl Reid
- Patricia Tallman
Case Type Keep Case (Double Amaray) DVD Extras:
Disk 1:

- AOD - 
U.S. Theatrical Version WS 1:66:1
- AOD -  U.S. Theatrical Version P&S 1:33:1
- Original ending
- Theatrical Trailer
- Behind-the-scenes "The men behind the army"
- Talent Bios

Disc 2:

- AOD -
Director's Cut (15.extra)
- Audio Commentary
- Deleted Scenes
- Director's storyboards (Subtitle option)
IMDB Rating 7.2 DVD-ROM None
Reviewed 21/10-99 MPAA Rating NR
Released 12.10.1999 UPC 1313109529
IMDB Link 0106308 Comments 2-Discs, 30.000 Released, THX

Disc 1: U.S. Theatrical Version

Disc 2: Director's Cut

Review 1 - 21/10-99

Bruce Campbell is back as Ash in Evil Dead 3.


This is the funniest of the Evil Dead films, and on this Limited Edition you will find both the Theatrical cut and the Directors cut. I started by watching the Theatrical cut, then the documantary and finally the Directors cut. After that i looked at the trailer and the deleted scenes. The theatrical cut is 15 minutes shorter than the DC, and has audio in DD.5.1, while the DC has DD.2.0. I didn`t hear much difference between the two, and the picture is sharp and clear on both of them. This is truly a great release and a great movie. Ash is trapped in the past, and needs the Necronomicon ( book of the dead ) to get back to his own time. When he finds the book, he has to say some words before he removes the book, but he doesn`t remember the words excactly, and instead he awakens an army of the dead. The two versions of the film has different endings, but i liked the original ending on the DC best. Both versions sounds and look great, but the DC is more compleat as it runs longer. 
Both versions are great fun to watch.ĘTRAPPED IN THE MIDDLEAGE ARMED WITH A CHAINSAW AND A BOOMSTICK!

I will give the Theatrical cut a 5, The Directors cut gets the 6