Make Love! the Bruce Campbell Way - Bruce Campbell Reviews
Description:ISBN 031231261X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Bruce Campbell / Edition: Reprint / Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 2006-08-21 by St. Martin's Griffin
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by - written on 18/07/08 (Very useful, 81 readings)
As a fan of genre films there are certain actors that will make me watch a film I would otherwise avoid like the plague. Chief among these is one Bruce Campbell star of the 'Evil Dead' films a trilogy that birthed my love of horror. Therefore, when a few years ago I saw that Bruce had an autobiography out I was ecstatic to the point that I imported a copy from America as soon as it was released. I was not disappointed as 'If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor' lived up to my hype containing inside information about Bruce's films as well as many heartfelt moments. With a successful book to his name it only makes sense that Bruce would try a sequel, but .. Read the complete review
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