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My Name is Bruce on DVD

After a short run on the big screen, My Name is Bruce on DVD hits the shelves today. For those who haven’t heard about this latest project from the star of the Evil Dead movies, it’s basically Three Amigos meets Bruce Campbell.

I didn’t get a chance to see it in the theater myself, but the reviews from those who did seem to agree that if you’re a Bruce Campbell fan, you’ll love its campy, self-mocking brilliance … if not, you may find it stupid. As a BC fan from way back, I just placed my order with Amazon.com this morning. Gotta support The Chin, baby!

Go watch the trailer, if you haven’t already.

Check out this great interview with Bruce Campbell over at Den of Geek, to get you in the mood. I loved reading how much he hated Ash’s chainsaw … and why.

Visit Mark Verheiden’s blog — he’s the guy who wrote the movie, as well as some great episodes of Battlestar Galactica and Smallville, and is currently trying to fix Heroes.

Or click through to see a larger version of the poster …

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My Name is Bruce – Movie Trailer

I’ve known about My Name is Bruce for more than a year now, but refused to post about it until I could get my hands on a trailer that wasn’t fuzzy and the size of a postage stamp. Now that the movie’s actually been released (in a very limited capacity), the trailer has improved …

Basically, it’s Three Amigos meets Bruce Campbell, and early reviews seem to indicate that if you’re a BC fan, you’ll like it — but if not, you may find it stupid. I probably won’t end up seeing this until it’s out on DVD (in February), but if you do before then, let me know what you think.

Burn Notice is BACK!

What do MacGyver, The A-Team, The Evil Dead, and Battlestar Galactica all have in common? Burn Notice, that’s what! It’s back for a second summer season, and I couldn’t be more thrilled. This funny, clever, and engaging action show on the USA Network was an unexpected favorite of mine last year, for a variety of reasons, which I will list for you here …

1) Bruce Campbell – To be honest, this was the only reason I originally watched the pilot episode. Because dude … it’s Bruce Effing Campbell. I’m one of the only people I know who used to watch both The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. and Jack of All Trades back in the day, solely because I think this guy is one of the funniest, campiest guys out there. And as Sam Axe, an ex-Navy Seal, he holds up well in this series. Continue reading