MONSTER OF THE WEEK : KANDARIAN DEMON

Monster of the Week: Kandarian Demon

THE EVIL DEAD (Franchise)
RELEASE DATE: OCTOBER 15, 1981
RATED: NC-17 | RUNTIME: 85 MINS
DIRECTOR: SAM RAIMI | WRITER: SAM RAIMI
SYNOPSIS

Five college students take time off to spend a peaceful vacation in a remote cabin. A book and audio tape is discovered, and its evil is found to be powerful once the incantations are read out loud. The friends find themselves helpless to stop the evil as it takes them one by one, with only one survivor left with the evil dead and desperately tries to fight to live until morning.”

–Miss Murder

WHERE TO WATCH


What can possibly be said about Sam Raimi’s cult Evil Dead franchise that hasn’t been said already? Its as iconic as it is beloved and it gave us Ash WilliamsBruce Campbell and horror memes like ‘boomstick‘. Although most viewers probably remember the deadites as the villains from each of the three original films, the true force behind the terror that plagued Ash was actually the Kandarian demon. It’s ability to possess both people, plants and things, gave the film its titular villains – the slapstick deadites. In honor of the films legendary place in horror history, this week features the Kandarian demon, the deadites as a slew of templates, new corruption rules and the Kandarian dagger- all set to this  years template, a blend between Volume I and Volume II backgrounds with a Evil Dead 2 cover  – enjoy!


SUPPLEMENT for DUNGEONS & DRAGONS (5TH EDITION)



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Published by Jesse B

Eclectic taste for horror and dark fantasy

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