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Bruce Campbell Horror Movies From Worst To Best

Bruce Campbell is a Hollywood movie star who has starred in many Horror movies, but which one do you think is one of his Horror movies? Have they been the best?

Perhaps most Horror movie fans will know Campbell for his role in The Evil Dead Trilogy. Of course, she has not only acted in the Horror genre, but has also appeared in films such as "Hercules: Mythical Journeys" and "Warrior Princess". In addition, Campbell is active in the field of voice acting and can be said to have acted in more than 125 films and TV shows.

  • Everything From the comedy-horror film "Evil Dead" We know the top 15 banned Movies you should never watch! A native of Royal Ok, Michigan, he began filmmaking with friends. But suddenly in high school, he met the famous Horror film director Sam Remy, and the two became an inseparable couple, creating many Horror films. One of the biggest projects the two worked on together was The Evil Dead, which led to Campbell's fame. . The actor usually plays the role of arrogant characters who think they are the smartest person in the group, but when something goes wrong, they know nothing but to joke. Most of Bruce Campbell's Horror films have been low-budget summer camp comedies in which the murderer massacres young people for no reason. Now we want to rate some of the actor's films From the Worst to the best.

    15. From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money

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    • Director: Scott Spiegel
    • Actors: Tiffany Thyssen, Robert Peter
    • Release Date: 1999
    • IMDb Score Movie: 5.1 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 9 out of 100

    Sequel Movie "From Gregory to Dawn There are three sequels in which the famous vampire Rodriguez is looking for five criminals who are trying to rob a Mexican bank. It does not take long for the criminals to realize that they must be afraid of nothing but the police who are chasing them. The film was critically acclaimed. To the extent that the best sequence of the film can be considered as its hilarious opening scene, performed by Bruce Campbell and Tiffany Thyssen. In one of the good scenes in the film, Campbell tries to climb through the elevator shaft and is attacked by a group of bats.

    14. Annoying ( Intruder )

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    • Director: Scott Spiegel
    • Cast: Sam Remy, Dan Hicks
    • History Release: 1989
    • IMDb rating for movie: 5.3 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 29 out of 100

    If I want to summarize the story of the annoying movie in one word, we can say that this movie is a Slacher movie whose story It happens in a grocery store. After the success of 80s Slasher films such as Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th, Scott Spiegel became interested in the genre. Unfortunately, the villainous character in the blockbuster film has never been as scary as Robert Englund. In this movie, the employees of a supermarket are killed one after another by a mysterious killer after being caught in this supermarket. Sam Remy and Bruce Campbell both star in the film. Campbell plays a police officer named Howard and only appears in the final sequence of the film. Despite some interesting scenes, the film was not very interesting and could not attract a positive audience.

    13. Crime Wave ( Crimewave )

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    • Director: Sam Remy
    • Actors: Reid Bernie, Edward Pressman
    • Release date: 1985
    • IMDb rating for the film: 5.7 out of 10 <//li>
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 50 out of 100

    The film, directed by Sam Remy, tells the story of a pair of savage killers who own They kill a security company and then chase after the man who hired them. Bruce Campbell plays the character of Ronaldo, the man who is trying to buy the security company. If you find the subject of the story confusing, I must say so. It can be said that this is one of the Worst films ever made by Sam Remy. Of course, Campbell has used his famous humorous character in some scenes in this film. Unfortunately, the use of the bitter comedy genre in a low-budget film has not been so good.

    12. Waxwork 2: Lost in Time ( Waxwork II : Lost in Time )

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    • Director: Anthony Hickax
    • Cast: Zack Galligan
    • Release Date: 1992
    • IMDb Score strong> to movie: 5.5 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score:

    In this movie, Campbell plays John Luftmore, a paranormal researcher. While he appears in a few scenes From the film, those same scenes are by far the funniest scenes in this scary time travel comedy. In one of the scenes in the film, the upper body is killed and his chest is completely exposed, and the protagonist Mark (Zack Galligan) comes to him with birds that brutally kill the inner parts of the body. John dies and gives only a brief dialogue as Mark removes the pebbles and dirt From his wounds. It may not sound funny, but Bruce Campbell has done his part in these scenes as beautifully as possible.

    11 . Terror in the Woods ( The Woods )

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    • Director: Lucky McKay
    • Cast: Patricia Clarkson, Agnes Bruckner
    • Release Date: 2006
    • IMDb rating for movie: 5.7 Out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 69 out of 100

    Patricia Clarkson and Campbell star in this scary/thriller . Bruce Campbell plays Joe Fasolo, the father of Heather's protagonist (Agnes Bruckner). The story of the film is that in 1965 in New England, Heather is sent to a girls' school by her irresponsible parents, and little by little strange and horrible things happen, and Heather goes to the forest to find the answers to her questions. The Horror story in the grove is so confusing that it hinders the film's popularity among viewers. Although Campbell was present for a short time, he was able to attract the attention of the audience in the character of a proud and narcissistic man.

    10 . Month Trap ( Moontrap )

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    • Director: Robert Dyke
    • Cast: Walter Koenig, Vince Grant
    • Release Date: 1988
    • IMDb rating for movie: 5.9 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 29 out of 100

    This film has the lowest level of criticism among all the films in this list and seems to have an audience Co-pilot and Colonel Jason Grant (Walter Koenig) enjoyed watching Campbell play Ray Tanner. Made in the space Horror genre, the film tells the story of Grant and Tanner returning with the Camelot space shuttle. But what comes down From the moon with Tanner and Grant is an evil alien that is supposed to destroy the human race. Campbell's presence in the film blends well with humorous sequences with sci-fi and horror. Like the sequence in which Campbell kicks the coffee machine and says, "We don't eat anything From this machine anymore." Of course, eventually everyone eats a lot of it and a lot of scary and funny things happen.

    9. Crazy Police 2 ( Maniac Cop 2 )

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    • Director: William Lastig
    • Cast: Robert Davey, Lawrence Landon
    • Release Date: 90
    • IMDb rating for movie: 5.9 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 58 out of 100

    Campbell plays Jack Forrest in the second installment of the classic Crazy Police movie. The story of this sequel is similar to the original version. A crazy policeman has terrified New Yorkers again, but this time he has collaborated with a serial killer. Jack Forrest is killed by crazy police in the very first scenes of the film. But what sets this movie apart From other Movies on this list is the use of special effects and the way the characters are dressed, which has followed the rules of early monster Movies

    8. Mindwarp ( Mindwarp )

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    • Director: Steve Barnett
    • Cast: Martha Martin, Wendy Sando, Angus Scream
    • Release date: 1991
    • IMDb rating for the movie: 5 . <//> 3 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz score:

    Bruce Campbell and Angus Scream, in this post-apocalyptic sci-fi Horror film that For many fans of the genre, it was a miracle with a small budget. Angus plays the villain in the film, while Campbell plays Stover, who tries to save John Judy (Martha Martin) who is trapped by a mutant cannibal group. Telling a story in 2037, the film tells the story of a company called Infinity that has produced a virtual reality simulator so that survivors can survive.

    But Judy wants to get out of this simulator. Come and set foot in the dangerous post-apocalyptic desert. This incredibly entertaining, low-cost film has a lot of horrible bloody sequences. In the final match between Sir and Stover, the mutant leeches go under Campbell's skin and eventually emerge From his mouth and face in a sequence full of blood and horror. Unfortunately, this film did not have an interesting ending and this caused it to receive a lot of criticism.

    7. Sunset: The Vampire In Retreat ( Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat )

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    • Director: Anthony Hikax
    • Cast: Morgan Britney, Debra Foreman
    • Release Date: 1989
    • IMDb rating for movie: 6.1 out of 10

    This film, which is a bizarre and ridiculous prelude to the TV series True Blood or even Wolfhound, follows the life story of a group of vampires who have abandoned the old ways and They live in a small western town and drink artificial blood. In this film, Campbell plays the grandson of Van Helsing, who is desperately looking for vampires and wants to kill them, unaware that the whole city is full of vampires. In this film, the director had allowed Campbell to use his unique and sarcastic comedies as he wished. In addition, the film takes advantage of its innovative cinematography, and a combination of genres, along with other factors, has made the film highly acclaimed.

    6. Crazy Police ( Maniac Cop )

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    • Director: William Lastig
    • Actors: Lawrence Landon, Sherry Norse
    • IMDb rating for movie: 6.1 out of 10
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    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 53 out of 100

    Directed by William Lastig, starring Bruce Campbell, he was able to turn a superhero into Jack Forrest. To create. Famous boxer Jake Lamotta also appears in several short scenes in the film, and the story of the film is that a crazy New York police officer is terrified. The film is full of suspicions, even to the point where Forrest's wife suspects him and thinks he is her own killer. In this film, Campbell did all the stunts himself. In one scene, he hung From the corner of a speeding truck.

    5. My Name Is Bruce ( My Name Is Bruce )

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    • Director: Bruce Campbell
    • Cast: Ted Remy, Grace Thorson
    • Release Date: 2007
    • IMDb rating for the movie: 6.2 From 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 38 out of 100

    In the movie My Name is Bruce, Campbell makes imaginary versions of himself as an actor Shows the level of alcohol he plays in the theater. But suddenly he finds himself in a situation where he has to fight the evil spirit that has taken over one of the small towns of Organ. Many of the scenes in this film are reminiscent of his film Death to the Dead. This movie, which is full of Horror scenes, managed to find a lot of fans.

    4. ( Bubba Ho-Tep )

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    • Director: Dan Cascarly
    • Actors: Osi Davis
    • IMDb rating for movie: 7 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 79 out of 100

    Boba Ho Tap is one of those Campbell Movies that has a very strange story. Bruce Campbell, who plays Elvis Presley in the film, has been able to play his role to the best of his ability. The story of the film is that he has long ago changed his place with one of his replacements and spends the last days of his life in a nursing home with Jack (Ossey Davis) who he believes is John Afkandi. Until a mummy begins to take the souls of the inhabitants of the nursing home and Elvis and Jack are forced to unite in order to save the rest of their friends. In this film, Campbell shows his acting skills by playing the role of Elvis and combining it with the element of humor. Brian Tyler's music has also made some of the sequences look a lot scarier, and all of these elements have resulted in a unique film.

    3. The Evil Dead ( The Evil Dead )

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    • Director: Sam Remy
    • Cast: Ted Remy, Ellen Sandwis
    • Release date: 1981
    • IMDb rating for the film: 7.5 out of 10 <//li>
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 95 out of 100

    Most Horror fans have made Bruce Campbell a villain for his role in the classic Dead Man. They know Sam Remy. The story of the film is that five friends go to a hut in the forest and by reading the book of the dead, they inadvertently release the evil spirit that is trapped in the basement. The cursed spirit conquers these young people one after another, turning them into bloodthirsty dead, and he alone survives among them. He finally comes out of the cabin and unfortunately has to kill his friends who are now dead one by one. While Bruce did not use his humor in the film at all, many people know him for his role in the film.

    2. Evil Dead II ( Evil Dead II )

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    • Director: Sam Remy
    • Cast: Dennis Bixler, Ted Remy
    • Release Date: 1987
    • IMDb rating for movie: 7.5 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 95 out of 100

    The Evil Dead 2 is a film that Sam Remy wanted to make as seriously as possible, but had the budget to make it. did not have. The film, which follows the story of the previous film, tells a story in which Campbell and his girlfriend Linda (Dennis Bixler) go to the same cottage. But this time, instead of reading the book of the dead, he finds a tape of the former occupants of the hut reading parts of the book. Suddenly Linda is captured and turns into a moving corpse, so she is forced to remove Linda's head From the tension with a shovel. In this comedy/bitter Horror film, Campbell is torn to pieces, chased, and a lot of scary things happen to him. Although this film was one of Campbell's most brilliant films, it failed to show his art like the next film on this list.

    1. Army Of Darkness ( Army Of Darkness )

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    • Director: Sam Remy
    • Actors: Marcus Gilbert, Bridget Fonda
    • Release Date: 1992
    • IMDb rating for movie: 7.5 out of 10
    • Raton Tomitoz Score: 73 out of 100

    The third sequel to The Wicked Dead is called The Dark Army, which defeated all Show off Bruce Campbell's talents as beautifully as possible. The story of the film is that he is suddenly sent to 1300 AD, where he must fight an army of the dead and find the book of the dead in order to return to the present. Not only did the audience enjoy The Army of the Dead, but it also became a hundred times more compelling thanks to Campbell's famous jokes such as "Hello, My Dear King," "Grove," and "This is My Favorite Boomstick." In addition, in one of the most hilarious scenes in the film, Campbell has to fight himself. So of all the films in which Bruce fought the Evil Dead, Dark Army was able to show all of his art to the audience, and so it's one of those films where the audience has Campbell for playing. Remember.


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