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ghostal wrote:

The book with the behind the scenes was much more interesting though.


It was excellent but It don't think it wouldn't have been quite as interesting if the reader hadn't seen the film first. It also helped that it starred Bruce Campbell and was Directed by Sam Raimi.

 

"The cabin which was located in Morristown, Tennessee is gone now.The cabin burned down several years ago, the remains of it's foundation and evidence of the movie's filming are still plentiful. Still standing is the bulk of the cabin's fireplace, as well as a hole that was dug into the ground to serve as the cabin's basement during filming (the actual building had no basement). Because of the crew's inexperience, filming was a "comedy of errors". The first day of filming led to the crew getting lost in the woods during a scene shot on a bridge. Several crew members became injured during the shoot, and because of the cabin's remoteness, securing medical assistance was difficult. To visit the cabin, head to Morristown, TN and turn off Andrew Johnson Highway onto Kidwells Ridge Road, which is right to the left of an Ingles supermarket (There are two of these in Morristown, so be sure to turn next to the new Ingles that's still open). On Kidwells Ridge Road, you will pass both an Amoco and a Texaco (I recommend you go here and ask for directions if you get lost). You should then be on the lookout for Inman Bend Road. You'll want to take a right onto it. The entrance to the trail which leads to the remains of the cabin is about a quarter-mile down this road. It is right past Quail Hollow Road, but if you each Greggs Road, you have gone too far. What you are looking for is a very small section of barb wire on the right side of the road. It is very easy to miss because the wire is stretched across a very small opening in the dense woods. NOTE: The land is private property, so please do all of your Ash impressions from the road unless the owners give you permission to scope out the remains."

 

https://maps.roadtrippers.com/us/morristown-tn/attractions/evil-dead-cabin



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I read it before seeing the movie in its entirety and it was still interesting. But I've read an entire dictionary and found it interesting.

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ghostal wrote:

I read it before seeing the movie in its entirety


Evil Dead was early 80's. Knowing me, you were probably 10/12 the first time you saw in on a TV.

Hey, i watched stuff like that when I was a kid and I'm as normal as it gets.

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I saw bits of it but I never saw it in its entirety until after I read that book.

Do you want to talk about Aladdin 2019 now? I wasn't planning on watching it but the genie sure looked creepy.

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ghostal wrote:

Do you want to talk about Aladdin 2019 now?


Is that the one with Mr. Magoo as Aladdin's uncle?

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ghostal wrote:

Do you want to talk about Aladdin 2019 now?


Is that the one with Mr. Magoo as Aladdin's uncle?

confuse


 No, it's the one where they painted Will Smith blue.



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