Ash vs Evil Dead (2015–2018)
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The Morgue 

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Pablo's grasp on reality is tested when Ruby reveals the Necronomicon has gifted him premonitions. Meanwhile, Ash and Kelly discover Brock's date might not be the warm body he's banking on.


Tony Tilse


Sam Raimi (based on the characters created by), Sam Raimi (developed for television by) | 4 more credits »





Episode credited cast:
Bruce Campbell ... Ashley 'Ash' J. Williams
Ray Santiago ... Pablo Simon Bolivar
Dana DeLorenzo ... Kelly Maxwell
Lucy Lawless ... Ruby Knowby
Lee Majors ... Brock Williams
Stephen Lovatt ... Sheriff Thomas Emery
Carmen Duncan ... Lillian Pendergrass
Taylor Barrett Taylor Barrett ... Tyler
James Russell ... Blake
Leand Macadaan Leand Macadaan ... Coroner
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jennie Cruse ... Crazy Patient


Pablo's grasp on reality is tested when Ruby reveals the Necronomicon has gifted him premonitions. Meanwhile, Ash and Kelly discover Brock's date might not be the warm body he's banking on.

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9 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Pablo Simon Bolivar: I don't trust her, Jefe. She's hiding something.
Kelly Maxwell: Agreed. Something's funky. Because if she's some half-demon, immortal badass, why does she need us?
Ashley 'Ash' J. Williams: Look, I would trust a blind proctologist more than her, but you know the deal. Unless you a have a better plan?
Pablo Simon Bolivar: [holds up the Kandarian Dagger] Leave her with me while you guys go get the Book. I'll figure out what she's not telling us.
Kelly Maxwell: Yeah, I don't think that's such a great idea.
Pablo Simon Bolivar: I got this. Trust and believe I'll carve her up like a Halloween ...
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Performed by Dennis Coffey
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Scatalogical humour and an excess of blood and guts.
2 February 2019 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

After a so-so start to season 2, director Tony Tilse steps up to the plate and knocks episode 2 out of the park. If you enjoy the OTT splatstick of early Peter Jackson, this one will have you grinning like a loon with its outrageously gory special effects.

With the action largely set inside a morgue, where one of the corpses contains the Necronomicon, the aptly named The Morgue opens with a messy looking autopsy (internal organs strewn all about, skull sawn open to remove the brain), which is nasty enough, but nothing compared to the episode's 'gore de force': Ash begins to slice open all of the bodies in the morgue with his chainsaw; when he finds the missing book, the corpse's internal organs fight back, pulling Ash's head into its rectum. Some seem to have found this scene a step too far, but for me it hit just the right note. I found it absolutely hilarious - in glorious bad taste (the body even has a pierced bell-end) with impressive effects.

This scene alone qualifies The Morgue for a 10/10 rating, but Tilse still sees fit to throw in one more cool splattery gore effect before the end: the juicy decapitation of a deadite. Tilse, you legend!

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