Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Premiere Review | Zombie Education Alliance

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Premiere Review

From the Number One Most Hated to the Number One Most Loved

Ash May Have Vanquished the Deadite Threat in Last Season’s Finiale, But…

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Premiere Review | Zombie Education Alliance

Ruby (Lucy Lawless) wants her Necronomicon back.

There’ll be More Ash-kicking Mayhem in Elk Grove Come February

Season 3 Premiere | Debuted: Oct. 7, 2017 @ New York Comic Con. Airs: February 25, 2018 on STARZ

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Premiere Review
by TS Alan

Fans of Ash vs Evil Dead got a surprise at this year’s New York Comic Con panel. After viewing the trailer, series star Bruce Campbell addressed the packed Hammerstein Ballroom, and announced that the audience would be the first to see the Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 premiere.

Ash is now the town hero, and now that he no longer has to kill Deadites, he’s opened his own hardware store/erotic boutique. Pablo (Ray Santiago) owns his own business, too–A taco stand!

[Minor Spoilers Below]:

All his happy and well in the town of Elk Grove. For about half a minute. It doesn’t take long for the Necromonicon to re-appear, and some dimwit to read from it (this time not Ash), which re-summons the evil the Ash and company have fought so long and hard to destroy.

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Ash faces off against a very angry and possessed Cougy, the local high school mascot.

At the local high school Ash gets into some mano-a-mano Ash-kicking against Cougy, the school mascot turned Deadite. Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo) re-appears to help save his ash, along with series newcomer Dalton (Lindsay Farris), a member of the Knights of Sumeria, an ancient order dedicated to battling evil.

In the band room Ash takes on his long lost daughter’s best friend, using a music instrument in an inventive way for an awesome kill. Yep, Ash has got a kid, and high school senior Brandy (Arielle Carver-O’Neill) has an attitude. The boomstick doesn’t fall far from the Ash tree, apparently.

The debut was everything Ash vs Evil Dead fans expect and demand. Plenty of high-jinx, over-the-top blood splatter, chills, thrills, and kills. The Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Premiere does not disappoint.

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Premiere Review | Zombie Education Alliance

A blood soaked Brandy Williams (Arielle Carver-O’Neill), Ash’s long lost daughter

Ash vs Evil Dead season three premieres Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 9PM ET/PT on STARZ.

From the Number One Most Hated to the Number One Most Loved Ash May Have Vanquished the Deadite Threat in Last Season's Finiale, But... There'll be More Ash-kicking Mayhem in Elk Grove Come February Season 3 Premiere | Debuted: Oct. 7, 2017 @ New York Comic Con. Airs: February 25, 2018 on STARZ Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Premiere Review by TS Alan Fans of Ash vs Evil Dead got a surprise at this year's New York Comic Con panel. After viewing the trailer, series star Bruce Campbell…

Review Overview

4.5 out of 5

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Summary : Another over-the-top, blood soaked season premiere. Fans won't be disappointed.

About TS Alan

TS was the former managing editor of Zombie Training before co-founding ZEA with former associate editor Mike Garman. TS was born outside Buffalo, NY. After attending high school he entered into a two-year community college to study Communications and Media Arts. There he became involved in the college’s radio station as a radio personality, under the pseudonym of J.D. Hollywood. After a year with WNCB radio he also became the station’s Promotions Director. J.D. Hollywood was also one of two names he used as a music reporter and Associate Editor for Buffalo Backstage, a local music magazine. After moving to Manhattan and experiencing the Northeast blackout of 2003, he became interested in prepping and urban survival, learning much of his experience through self education and observation of tragic events like 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy. TS Alan currently resides in the East Village of New York City and is a published author of the zombie novel The Romero Strain.

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