The Evil Dead – Tamara’s Never Seen

Tamara finally watches a horror masterpiece, The Evil Dead. Does it hold up?

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  1. You thought Evil Dead 1 is a comedy? You are gonna freaking love Evil Dead 2. The Perfect horror comedy without any doubts

  2. Just came here to say that either Tamara has seen these movies and she just faking it or she fucking lived in a cave for most of her life. Seriously there is a limit here before we start questioning things

    • Well, Tamara is an actress. Maybe she’s doing a bit and maybe she isn’t, but even if she is, so what? The name of the show is “Tamara’s Never Seen”; Tamara’s not going to start one of these videos by saying “I’ve seen this one!”. We all know that James Rolfe isn’t really the Angry Video Game Nerd and he doesn’t really take a dump on the games that he owns, and we know that Lewis Lovehaug (Linkara) doesn’t really own a magic gun, so how is this any different? Her not having seen a movie is the premise of the show, regardless of whether she’s just pretending or not.

      I don’t get why some people feel the need to accuse Tamara of faking it. Why is that important? The entertainment factor comes from watching her give her impression of said movies, at least that’s what I thought.

    • I only saw this movie for the first time in the last four years and have yet to see the sequel. The idea that a lot of people haven’t seen this movie (even if they are really into horror) that strike me as strange in the least!

    • A lot of the movies she’s never seen I’ve never seen either, and I’m older.

    • Relax.

      I have a co-worker who has led a sheltered life. She’s seen a lot of movies, but she literally has almost no knowledge of pop or rock music period.

      She knows who the Beatles are, she knows who Michael Jackson is, but she couldn’t identify Billy Jean or Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds if you played them for her. She didn’t even know any songs by Madonna, Mariah Carey, The Eagles, Doors, Fleetwood Mac, or any of the most popular artists of all time.

    • “Just came here to be a cynical douchebag asshole.” That’s all you had to say, we’d get it.

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    Where is Sheryl? ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. Batman-Credit-Card

    Cupcakes anyone? ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. Iโ€™ve never seen The Evil Dead but then again, Iโ€™ve never really wanted to. Sharknado has already scratched that itch for a corny horror movie. But hey! A shoutout to Washington state?! Yay Tamara! ^.^

  6. Evil Dead always reminded me a bit of Suspiria. The art direction was similar. Suspiria is also good for a few laughs. The sequels… moreso. Except the fourth one, less funny, but still worth a chuckle. Follows a parallel part to Evil Dead, that series, but unintentional all the way.

  7. Honestly, am I the only one who thinks this movie is seriously disturbing? I would go so far to say this is one of the scariest movies ever made. Sure the acting is not the best, but the practical visual effects are impressive to me considering the budget and tone of the movie. Tamara, I am honestly surprised by your reaction considering your reaction to The Fly which was completely justified, btw. This movie still rules, but I don’t remember laughing or being in a joyful mood afterward, not for several days. Love this series though, keep em coming. We Love You!!!

  8. Wait til you get to Army of Darkness, It’s basically a slapstick comedy that happens to involve an army of the undead. I think the second one is the best balance of horror and comedy.

  9. I watched Evil Dead for the first time like 5 years ago. It was… meh. Bunch of bad actors in the woods w/ a little tree rape thrown in there for some wtf moments. Still haven’t seen Evil Dead 2. Tried Watching Army of Darkness like a dozen times and I just can never get through it. I find myself just getting bored and change it or fall asleep every time. I have seen all of the first season of Ash vs Evil Dead. That’s more in the so bad it’s still somewhat entertaining category. Not even so bad it’s good. It’s up there with the From Dusk til Dawn series.

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