Make Love!*: *The Bruce Campbell Way Paperback – 20 May 2010
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About the Author
Bruce Campbell is the ultimate ‘B’ movie actor. Star of the cult Evil Dead trilogy, he has a CV that ranges from buddy Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, through The X-Files, Xena: Warrior Princess and Burn Notice, to Man With the Screaming Brain, My Name is Bruce and Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters. He is author of If Chins Could Kill!, a major sleeper hit and a New York Times bestseller. His most recent book, Make Love* The Bruce Campbell Way was published by Aurum in 2010.
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Top Customer Reviews
The story is about when Bruce is playing a doorman for a hotel called Foyl in a film directed by Mike Nichols and starring Richard Gere. I haven't finished this book, but so far it is typical Bruce Campbell. Everything from the dry, sarcastic sense of humour, to pointing out the ridiculous bureaucracy in the entertainment industry. And, as with his autobiography, it is probably more important that his writing style feels very much like having your best mate over for a drink and telling a story. Campbell doesn't distance himself from the reader, which I think is a big plus.
In a word - buy this book. It's funny, clever and feels like it's been written by a genuine person. Brilliant.
I'm quite a fan of Bruce and loved his previous book and this one is even better. I was literally laughing out loud at quite a lot while I was reading this book, it is so funny. If you're familiar with Bruce's dry humour and hilarious mannerisms, you'll really appreciate how good this is. As well as some of the funniest dialogue and mad scenarios Bruce gets himself into, throughout he book there are loads of photo-shopped pictures that are truly side-splitting, with Bruce completely making fun of himself, which I really admire.
I think even people who have never heard of Bruce Campbell would really enjoy this book as it is easily one of the funniest I have ever read in my life. Highly recommended!
It's a zany adventure narrated with a dry sense of humour. I laughed out loud a bunch of times - OMG the face peeling incident! - and I loved every minute of the wackiness that is 'Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way'.
Okay, so I'm a fangirl and I knew I'd love this when I was so thoroughly amused by 'If Chins Could Kill'. I was entertained all the way to the end. The photos were hilarious too.
Dont be fooled into thinking that this book is a sequential autobiography, it is not. but instead is a story of hilarious proportions about Bruce auditioning for that elusive A list movie role.
You can tell this book is a parody of Bruces life in gaining that so much deserved stardom. Without ruining the book for you, the book is all about Bruce trying to nail the role of a doorman for a hotel who acts as a pillar of romantic and life knowledge for those who come through his doors. What ensues is an hilarious tale of bruce infecting all the stars of the movie and those behind it, with his B movie ways.
Bruce finds himself in all kinds of trouble trying to research for his role. You can see that Bruce is drawing and elaborating on his experiences, with all the gusto of a true comic genius. It would appear that he shares more with his evil dead character ash than just looks, he has also inherited his luck, or severe lack of it.
This book is a must read for any Campbell fan, and indeed anyone who enjoys a funny light hearted tale of woe and elation.
I salute you Bruce, or do we all have to call you Foyle. An accomplished B movie star and writer.
I can't wait for the next book. Groovy indeed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Everything Bruce Campbell does and writes is beyond fantastic. And this book is even better. Megafantastic.Published 5 months ago by Cathy Timblerlake
Having long been a fan of Bruce "Don't Call Me Ash" Campbell, I read his autobiography, If Chins Could Kill, enthusiastically. Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 2014 by Time To Waste
Super fast delivery came the next day
Would defiantly but from again
A good idea as a god for and fan. And good follow up to of chins could kill
I didn't know where this book would take me. Such a great surprise, for once a misleading title is
misleading in a good way. I won't spoil anything. Read more
Mr Campbell dispenses invaluable and practical tips, to be taken to heart by aspiring actors and love-gods alike. Well, kind of. Oh, just read it!Published on 25 Dec. 2012 by L. A. Swann
This book isn't by Bruce Campbell, excellent actor, funny writer and friendly guy. It's by 'Bruce Campbell', two-fisted stubble-chinned chump-hero, ham-filled thespian and grasping... Read morePublished on 8 Aug. 2009 by Sardonicus