Thirty years after the events of Evil Dead, Ash is a loner, living a dull existence, still not able to come to grips with the events that started at the cabin. In the event of a Deadite invasion, Ash must attach his chainsaw and pick up his trusty boomstick one more time, all while finally coming to terms with his past.
Glory, Gory, Hallelujah!
Did You Know?
In the last three episodes of season one, several elements of the cabin set contradict their appearance in Evil Dead II
(1987). For instance, the stairs to the basement were originally torn down during Ash's battle with Henrietta in the film, but are still standing on this show. Some latticework constructed of sticks on the side of the cabin that was torn down by the possessed Ash while attacking Annie in the film are still standing on this show. The front door was torn off by the evil force during Ash's fight with the demon, but is back in its place on this show. Several shelves hanging in the kitchen that fell off during the trees attack on the cabin in the film are back on the wall, as well as some boards covering broken windows that fell off, but are back in place. Another example is the cross over Linda's grave is still standing, even though we saw it fall when she originally rose from the dead in the film. See more