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The Bruce Campbell Collection Box Set [DVD]

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  • Actors: Bruce Campbell
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Starz Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 2 Mar. 2009
  • Run Time: 350 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001MGUAD8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 78,568 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Contains: - My Name Is Bruce - 1 Disc Bubba Ho-Tep - 1 Disc Alien Apocalypse - 1 Disc The Man With The Screaming Brain - 1 Disc

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This is an amazing collection of movies and I heartily recommend it to everyone, whose familiar with Bruce and those who've yet to see any of his films.

For the unfamiliar Bruce Campbell is a B-Movie superstar famous for his movie appearences in one time banned in the UK Evil Dead Trilogy [DVD] [1981], who also voice acted the video games Evil Dead -Hail to the King and Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick, performed cameo appearences as door men in the spiderman films Spider-Man Trilogy [DVD] [2002] and authored a couple of bios If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor, Make Love! the Bruce Campbell Way.

Collected here are the mainstream hit Bubba Ho-Tep, a horror adventure about a retirement home of identity crisis/challenged residents who have to fight a soul sucking ancient mummy, The Man With The Screaming Brain, which is a mad science B-Movie romp, Alien Apocalypse, which is an awful CGI alien flick, and My Name Is Bruce, a funny Three Amigos [DVD] [1987] style self-parody of Bruce, his movies and B-Movies altogether.
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Almost handsome, almost macho, almost serious, almost unknown but almost always brilliant, Bruce Campbell is the actor you almost remember the most. Having almost redefined the meaning of B-movie (B for Bruce, of course) in "Bubba Ho-Tep" as seen in this boxset, Bruce Almighty finally almost hit the big-time as Michael Westin's side-kick in "Burn Notice". Of course! you say...run that by me again ? If you can find it, catch his almost show-stealing performance as a flaming demon in the X-file "Terms of Endearment", you will be almost glad you did!
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this set has cemented mr campbell place as the elvis of the B movie as the mahatma of mirth who puts the our into humour a great mix from hive aliens to elvis from ancient chinese evils to a rich bloke with double brains....i enjoyed these offerings more than most others i view at 10 times the price they made me chuckle and guffaw cutting humour and good story lines well played out
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A classic collection everyone have to put in his home! Subtitles (English) are present in "My name is Bruce" and "Bubba Ho-Tep". With subtitles in all the movies we could reach excellence, but nobody's perfect!
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As you are probably aware, this is Bruce's boxset, containing 4 of his films.

Personally, I'd never heard of some of them, making me realise that he really has done a lot of B Movie films.

First up,

Alien Apocalypse.

Probably the weakest film in the set. It's your standard "come back to earth after years to find it's overrun by aliens" fare.
It's not exactly crap, it's just one of those you'll need about 4 pints with to get the best out of it. Blue screen cgi left right and center, random acting, and possibly the most scenes ever that involve loads of wood flying in the air (You have to see it) - overall, average

Man with the screaming brain.

I still haven't got round to this yet (only bought the set the other day), so I really can't comment on this one.

My Name is Bruce.

Absolutely great! Ridiculous t-shirts, inept and cowardly hero, cameo's from previous Evil dead films (I'll let you discover them) and solid head chopping scenes go to make this possibly the strongest in the pack - if you like *any* Bruce Campbell film - you'll love this one. The drunken caravan scene alone is worth getting it.

Bubba Ho Tep.

I've already got this separately, and it seems to be the same version with the same extra's on it (Audio commentary with director and ruce, plus audio commentary from "the King" and a Bruce Cambell introduction). This is still one of my favourite Bruce Campbell films. If you haven't seen it, the fact that this and "My Name is Bruce" are both in this boxset is strength enough to buy this collection. This film stars Bruce as the real King and Ossie Davis as a black JFK (Don't ask!) both based in a retirement home. The film is class all the way through - zimmer frame fights, deciphering smutty hieroglyphics on toilet walls and an undead mummy stealing souls - this is solid Bruce entertainment.

No Bruce Campbell fan should be without this boxset -
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By Barry on 8 Sept. 2009
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Yes,yes,I can fully understand why some,even many people would balk at the idea of a Bruce Campbell box set.He hasn't set the world on fire with his choice of roles over the years(Mindwarp,Assault on Dome 4 and the spectacularly woefull Icebreaker,all of which I own).However,our Bruce has something.Pop,pizazz,the x-factor,whatever it is it works.From Ash in the Evil Dead series to Elvis in Bubba Ho Tep,Bruce Campbell is always the best thing in his movies.If you're a fan,like me,then here is 8 hours of pure escapism.My Name is Bruce is basically an homage to Campbells career so far,with so many nods to his previous work it's hard to keep up,coupled with his ability to laugh at himself and the Hollywood machine.Bubba Ho Tep is by far Campbells best performance ever,a genuinely top notch portrayal of an aged,diseased Elvis Presley,all be it in a bizarre situation,a film that is already a cult classic(as so many of Mr Campbells films are).The Man With The Screaming Brain is fun,original and cheap as Hell!With a great,hammy appearance by fellow B-movie legend Stacey Keach and a ridiculous henchman played by Ted Rami.Finally,Alien Apocalypse,a made for TV movie by the Sci-Fi channel,this is kitcsh all the way,tacky,wooden,awful effects and worse dialogue,trust me it's wonderfull!(also has to recieve the award for the worst fake beards ever in movie history)
Grab a beer,a bag of Dorito's sit back and enjoy.Gimme some sugar baby!
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