Not going to lie, despite the aggregate histrionics of prefab 80's nostalgia I really wished they'd stay a while longer in town before heading to the cabin. If only for the chance to relish Ash in his prime...and for the trip down mammary lane.
Classic slasher films are not just cinematic comfort food to me, they’ve become virtual yearbooks...god do I remember growing up with these idiots...but that’s a topic for another discussion. On second glance this whole episode sure seemed in a hurry though, did it seem abbreviated for anyone else? Or is it because they lifted scenes from past films wholesale, AOD in particular. Still it was great seeing Ted don the Henrietta costume for old times sake.
Also with the introduction of time loops/alternate realities is this how they’re finally going to explain the franchise inconsistencies even though the show treats all three films as happening sequentially? That or they're looking to retconn Ash as Michael Moorcock’s Eternal Champion for next season.
Edited by Cheepnis - 12/4/16 at 6:02pm