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It’s been 15 years since his first memoir but Bruce is still living the dream as a "B" movie king in an "A" movie world. Bruce Campbell makes his triumphant return from where he left off in If Chins Could Kill with further hilarious, gut-wrenchingly honest confessions. Bruce brings us through his life in the decade since his first memoir and his roles as varied as they are n It’s been 15 years since his first memoir but Bruce is still living the dream as a "B" movie king in an "A" movie world. Bruce Campbell makes his triumphant return from where he left off in If Chins Could Kill with further hilarious, gut-wrenchingly honest confessions. Bruce brings us through his life in the decade since his first memoir and his roles as varied as they are numerous- from his roles in the Spiderman movies to his self-referential My Name is Bruce to his role on #1 show Burn Notice and his new STARZ hit series Ash vs Evil Dead. Over the last 15 years, Bruce has become a regular on the Wizard World convention circuit, has created his @GroovyBruce twitter account with over 400,000 followers and a Facebook page with almost 250,000 likes. His profile and reach is lightyears beyond where it was for Chins. Hail to the Chin will be bursting with pictures and the signature humor that Bruce brought to If Chins Could Kill and will be devoured by his legions of fans across the country.


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It’s been 15 years since his first memoir but Bruce is still living the dream as a "B" movie king in an "A" movie world. Bruce Campbell makes his triumphant return from where he left off in If Chins Could Kill with further hilarious, gut-wrenchingly honest confessions. Bruce brings us through his life in the decade since his first memoir and his roles as varied as they are n It’s been 15 years since his first memoir but Bruce is still living the dream as a "B" movie king in an "A" movie world. Bruce Campbell makes his triumphant return from where he left off in If Chins Could Kill with further hilarious, gut-wrenchingly honest confessions. Bruce brings us through his life in the decade since his first memoir and his roles as varied as they are numerous- from his roles in the Spiderman movies to his self-referential My Name is Bruce to his role on #1 show Burn Notice and his new STARZ hit series Ash vs Evil Dead. Over the last 15 years, Bruce has become a regular on the Wizard World convention circuit, has created his @GroovyBruce twitter account with over 400,000 followers and a Facebook page with almost 250,000 likes. His profile and reach is lightyears beyond where it was for Chins. Hail to the Chin will be bursting with pictures and the signature humor that Bruce brought to If Chins Could Kill and will be devoured by his legions of fans across the country.

30 review for Hail to the Chin: Further Confessions of a B Movie Actor

  1. 4 out of 5

    J.K. Grice

    Any fans of Bruce Campbell, or just a cool memoir period, should definitely enjoy HAIL TO THE CHIN. This book is chock full of Bruce's life stories and acting history, all delivered in that wonderfully funny and edgy Bruce Campbell way. I now realize that I haven't really dug deeply enough into Bruce's catalog of TV roles and films. I had no idea he was in a USA network series called BURN NOTICE that was a huge hit. I'm also fairly ashamed to admit that I have not seen the entire EVIL DEAD trilo Any fans of Bruce Campbell, or just a cool memoir period, should definitely enjoy HAIL TO THE CHIN. This book is chock full of Bruce's life stories and acting history, all delivered in that wonderfully funny and edgy Bruce Campbell way. I now realize that I haven't really dug deeply enough into Bruce's catalog of TV roles and films. I had no idea he was in a USA network series called BURN NOTICE that was a huge hit. I'm also fairly ashamed to admit that I have not seen the entire EVIL DEAD trilogy, but ARMY OF DARKNESS is one of my favorite cult classics of all time, and I watch it every year. When Bruce played Elvis in Bubba Ho Tep, I was absolutely blown away not only by his performance, but just by the sincerity and heart of the film regarding aging and dignity. So do yourself a favor, take one on THE CHIN and enjoy this excellent read!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Thomas

    The follow-up to If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor takes us through the next fifteen years of Bruce Campbell’s life, bringing us up to date (2017) on the progression of his acting career and life in general. It’s just as fun to read as the first one, filled with anecdotes about life as a B-movie actor/TV actor as well as his personal life’s triumphs and pitfalls. As expected, if you’ve read the first one, we get lots of detail about what it was like to be involved with his bette The follow-up to If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor takes us through the next fifteen years of Bruce Campbell’s life, bringing us up to date (2017) on the progression of his acting career and life in general. It’s just as fun to read as the first one, filled with anecdotes about life as a B-movie actor/TV actor as well as his personal life’s triumphs and pitfalls. As expected, if you’ve read the first one, we get lots of detail about what it was like to be involved with his better known roles during this period such as Burn Notice and Ash vs Evil Dead as well as cameos on all three Spider Man films (the Tobey MaGuire ones), and a host of other projects. We get to ride along on his location shoots in Bulgaria, New Zealand, New Mexico, and Miami, as well as an inspiring trip with Jeffrey Donovan to visit the troops in Iraq and at Walter Reed hospital. Through it all, his wit and his honest and humble approach and the fact that he doesn't take himself too seriously shines through. But it’s not all about the acting stuff. We also get to experience his move to Oregon and all the interesting back woods hi-jinks that happen there as well as other sorts of life events. All in all, both books were enjoyable reads. If you haven’t read the first one, that’s OK since he provides a “PreRamble” at the beginning of this one. It was really cool to see the seat-of-the-pants first Evil Dead movie come full circle to the phenomenal reception of Ash vs. Evil Dead TV show premier at Comic-Con. I’ll be looking forward to reading part three of his autobiography series after another fifteen years or so.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Melissa McShane

    Having recently listened to the audiobook of Bruce Campbell's first memoir, If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor, I decided to take a chance on the sequel. I discovered something weird: Campbell released a revised edition in 2019 that I couldn't find for sale anywhere but Thriftbooks, and it made me wonder if it was a POD, given that it came from Ingram. So, because I am a fangirl, I immediately went out and bought both the revised edition and the audiobook. The audiobook was just a Having recently listened to the audiobook of Bruce Campbell's first memoir, If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor, I decided to take a chance on the sequel. I discovered something weird: Campbell released a revised edition in 2019 that I couldn't find for sale anywhere but Thriftbooks, and it made me wonder if it was a POD, given that it came from Ingram. So, because I am a fangirl, I immediately went out and bought both the revised edition and the audiobook. The audiobook was just as charming as the first, and I particularly enjoyed when Campbell would diverge from the "script" to drop in an anecdote that's not in the book. And there were a lot of things I hadn't known, particularly that Campbell and Jeffrey Donovan went to the Middle East to visit the soldiers because Burn Notice was really popular with the troops. They did it on their own dime, too. Very nice. I was glad I'd bought both, because the audiobook is of the original release, so when I finished that I picked up the paperback for those final few chapters. They were definitely worth the search I'd had for the book. Campbell writes of his weariness with playing the iconic character Ash in a way that resonated with me. Writers are as prone as any creative type to become tired of repeating themselves, or feeling the push to keep writing a beloved series even though the creative well is dry. I've said I'm not an Evil Dead fan, but I've enjoyed hearing/reading about how that series has evolved over time. And Campbell's exhaustion is reasonable. The book ends with the line, "End of Act Two." Campbell seems to be in semi-retirement from acting these days, and I appreciate that. But if he refills that creative well and returns to the screen, I'll be glad to see whatever he tries next.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    Again, I'm impressed by Campbell's second autobiography, an excellent follow up to If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor. If you haven't read that, he sums it up quickly in a PreRamble at the beginning. That sets the whole tone of the book. He doesn't take his life or work too seriously. He seems like such a regular working guy & he seems very honest about his life. For instance, he's mouthing off after a party one night & John Carpenter tells him to shut up. Hey, it happens, but te Again, I'm impressed by Campbell's second autobiography, an excellent follow up to If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor. If you haven't read that, he sums it up quickly in a PreRamble at the beginning. That sets the whole tone of the book. He doesn't take his life or work too seriously. He seems like such a regular working guy & he seems very honest about his life. For instance, he's mouthing off after a party one night & John Carpenter tells him to shut up. Hey, it happens, but telling everyone about it? There's not a lot of ego working here, but there sure are a lot of interesting experiences. I'm enough of a fan that I've watched most of his movies & TV series. I can't say I loved "The Man With The Screaming Brain", but it was fun. Stacy Keach (Mike Hammer) was a great mad scientist. To read about how & why it was made in Bulgaria was really interesting & contained a lot of great anecdotes. Ditto for "My Name Is Bruce" & "Ash Versus The Evil Dead". It took me a while to get through this because I only read it during lunch. That means it wasn't enthralling enough for me to make time for it after work, so I can't give it 5 stars. I certainly looked forward to lunch time each day, though.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Eli Hornyak

    Another wonderful book from Bruce Campbell. Great stories with good humor!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Armand Rosamilia

    Loved it! What's not to like about this B movie icon? His further stories are interesting and he has such a great humor. Hopefully one day I'll get to meet the man and share a beer or three.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    I did not want this to end.

  8. 5 out of 5

    John Bruni

    Another great autobiography from Bruce "Don't Call Me Ash" Campbell. I like his utter lack of BS when it comes to acting. He views it primarily as a job, and he pulls no punches about his financial needs when mulling over a job. But he also considers himself, well, maybe artist is too strong a word, but he values his opportunities to grow as an actor. I also think it was pretty funny when he was talking about the drunk driver who crashed into his car, only to follow it up with a brief story about Another great autobiography from Bruce "Don't Call Me Ash" Campbell. I like his utter lack of BS when it comes to acting. He views it primarily as a job, and he pulls no punches about his financial needs when mulling over a job. But he also considers himself, well, maybe artist is too strong a word, but he values his opportunities to grow as an actor. I also think it was pretty funny when he was talking about the drunk driver who crashed into his car, only to follow it up with a brief story about his own DUI later on. Again, no BS. In particular, I enjoyed his stories about working on Burn Notice. I'm a huge fan of Sam Axe, and it's interesting to see how he got his own made-for-TV movie. Also, I am a huge fan of the Dictator Pour. I'm glad that Campbell considers his autobiographies as a three-act script. I can only assume we're going to get another volume when he's as old as, well, as Elvis in Bubba Ho-Tep. (PS: I predict that by the time he's that old, he will probably be the wealthiest B-movie actor to have ever lived. His secret: buy land. Forget the flashy cars and the giant mansions. It's all about land. I heard him in an interview speaking about how he's got land in just about every state. So yeah, if you have the cash, buy land. Someone is going to pay a ridiculous amount for it someday.)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Narilka

    Hail to the Chin is the second memoir by Bruce Campbell and an excellent follow up to If Chins Could Kill. Bruce treats us to a quick recap of his life so far and then picks up right where his first memoir leaves off, the years directly following Xena and Hercules. A good portion of the book is dedicated to his Burn Notice years, which I quite enjoyed as a fan of the show. Bruce tells his story in a humorous and down to earth way, as a regular working guy who has made it in the B Movie scene, hi Hail to the Chin is the second memoir by Bruce Campbell and an excellent follow up to If Chins Could Kill. Bruce treats us to a quick recap of his life so far and then picks up right where his first memoir leaves off, the years directly following Xena and Hercules. A good portion of the book is dedicated to his Burn Notice years, which I quite enjoyed as a fan of the show. Bruce tells his story in a humorous and down to earth way, as a regular working guy who has made it in the B Movie scene, his experiences with major movie franchises, both major and minor television roles and a bit of behind the scenes of the movie making process. He also gives insight into just how large the world of sci-fi conventions has gotten. The tale ends just as the show Ash vs the Evil Dead is taking off. I'm sure there will be a third memoir in another 10-15 years. I listened to the audio book narrated by the author. This is hands down my favorite way to "read" memoirs. I love listening to authors tell their story in their own words. Also, Bruce is a fantastic narrator. I highly recommend this book for any Bruce Campbell fans or for anyone looking for a slightly different celebrity memoir.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ace Boggess

    Groovy. This is a fascinating and, at times, hilarious take on the actor's further adventures. Well worth reading, this book is fun and insightful. It delves into the movie-making process, the creation of Syfy Channel cheese and, eventually, genuine cable and then pay-cable success. Oddly, it's the successful years that find Campbell writing the least interesting, at times devolving into lengthy acceptance-speech style thank-you lists. The low-budget B-movie years of the early 2000s when filming Groovy. This is a fascinating and, at times, hilarious take on the actor's further adventures. Well worth reading, this book is fun and insightful. It delves into the movie-making process, the creation of Syfy Channel cheese and, eventually, genuine cable and then pay-cable success. Oddly, it's the successful years that find Campbell writing the least interesting, at times devolving into lengthy acceptance-speech style thank-you lists. The low-budget B-movie years of the early 2000s when filming movies such as Bubba Hotep and Alien Apocalypse come across with so much color and comic misadventure that the book is worth reading just for those stories. All in all, this is a fun read ... with pictures, too, and a cameo from Shatner. How can you beat that?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Billie

    Groovy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kyle Burley

    Said it before and I'll say it again. Bruce is a cool guy to hang out with for 300 pages, or so.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Don H.M

    Groovy

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laurence

    Bruce Campbell has an effortless storytelling charm that means these 7.5 hours (audiobook required) got chewed up in less than 24 hours. The guy is a legend.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jacob

    A good followup to If Chins Could Kill. Campbell's clearly found his voice already, and the book starts strong and continues with his directness and wit. Again, if you're strongly interested in actors' memoirs or this actor specifically, you probably know this book is for you. Otherwise I'm not sure whether you'd like it or not. It just might be witty and amusing enough in general to keep you going. Or it might be too specific to be worth reading. Campbell follows up by talking about what's happe A good followup to If Chins Could Kill. Campbell's clearly found his voice already, and the book starts strong and continues with his directness and wit. Again, if you're strongly interested in actors' memoirs or this actor specifically, you probably know this book is for you. Otherwise I'm not sure whether you'd like it or not. It just might be witty and amusing enough in general to keep you going. Or it might be too specific to be worth reading. Campbell follows up by talking about what's happened since his first book, namely a strong career resurgence where he revisits some of what he was known for (his character Ash in the Evil Dead movies) and significant other things he did, like Burn Notice. I also enjoyed his mentions of various pilots and other projects he did that didn't go anywhere. It's fun to read his good-natured humor about it, and to get some insight into how Hollywood works. There are a lot of references to Bruce's wife Ida being with him when he travels for his work, and several mentions of his mother and her love of the American West, but I didn't see any references to his kids. Is he estranged from them? What are they doing with their lives? Maybe it's too painful a topic to address, or maybe they wanted their privacy, but it would be nice to know if either of those is the case. Bonus points for Campbell spending a good amount of time in the book expounding on how much he enjoys living in Oregon, and then ups his game by specifically loving Portland :) Also bonus points for speaking glowingly of Jonathan Frakes ;)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nestor Rychtyckyj

    Bruce Campbell is far more than the self-professed B-movie actor persona that seems to follow him around everywhere. The guy that brought Ash back to life in Evil Dead is back again with another best-selling autobiography that covers the last fifteen years or so of his career. His writing style mimics his acting style and the book is full of Bruce poking fun at himself as well as the entire business of making movies in Hollywood. Bruce is the kind of guy that you could have a few beers with and Bruce Campbell is far more than the self-professed B-movie actor persona that seems to follow him around everywhere. The guy that brought Ash back to life in Evil Dead is back again with another best-selling autobiography that covers the last fifteen years or so of his career. His writing style mimics his acting style and the book is full of Bruce poking fun at himself as well as the entire business of making movies in Hollywood. Bruce is the kind of guy that you could have a few beers with and laugh at his stories for hours. This book just basically requires you to flip the pages between the laughs. His movie career takes him from New Zealand to Bulgaria making movies that only fans of the SciFi channel could appreciate, but then he stumbles into a genuine hit and spends 7 years in Miami doing “Burn Notice”. The movies and projects that fail are almost as interesting as his successes. Along the way Bruce takes us into rural Oregon where he builds a film set on his property and a poignant trip to visit American troops in Afghanistan and at the Walter Reed Hospital. The book is hard to put down – famous and not-so-famous people pop in and out and nothing seems to faze our chainsaw-wielding hero. As a fellow Michigander who also watched the Ghoul on Channel 50 in Detroit -I’m proud and honored that Bruce has gone on to such success without forgetting his Michigan roots. Enough of this review – time to watch the Ash vs. Evil Dead again even if Starz was silly enough to cancel it after season 3.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

    Have you read If Chins Could Kill? If not, then this book isn't for you. It picks up where that book concludes, telling the second half of Bruce Campbell's career as a B-Movie actor. Starting here would be unwise, since the bulk of what made Bruce Campbell a B-Movie star is covered in that book. Also, if you haven't read If Chins Could Kill, then you're missing out on an entertaining yarn. It's not the most well-written memoir on the market, but it's honest, self-effacing, and a little bit egotis Have you read If Chins Could Kill? If not, then this book isn't for you. It picks up where that book concludes, telling the second half of Bruce Campbell's career as a B-Movie actor. Starting here would be unwise, since the bulk of what made Bruce Campbell a B-Movie star is covered in that book. Also, if you haven't read If Chins Could Kill, then you're missing out on an entertaining yarn. It's not the most well-written memoir on the market, but it's honest, self-effacing, and a little bit egotistical (in other words, it's Pure Bruce). Hail to the Chin is written in that same style, complemented with the snarky pictures that made his previous book even more entertaining. It focuses on his life as an Oregonian home-owner, his time making Burn Notice and The Man with the Screaming Brain (among other, lesser-known shows and movies), and takes us up to the revival of Evil Dead with the Starz show Ash vs. Evil Dead. It is, true to its subtitle, further confessions of what it takes to be a B-Movie actor. Do yourself a favor and read this book, but only if you've already read If Chins Could Kill. If you haven't do yourself an additional favor and read that book first.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    Ah Bruce Campbell, I'm sorry. I like your acting in Xena and Ash vs. Evil Dead, and I think you're funny and would love to meet you one day. But I'm just not a big enough fan to care about your life stories and work. I liked your mentions of Xena and Hercules and Lucy Lawless, and I read the last chapter about the reboot of AVED. It's an amazing show and I'm eagerly awaiting the new season in February. I had all three of your books on my wishlist/TBR and you sassed me on Twitter that one time (w Ah Bruce Campbell, I'm sorry. I like your acting in Xena and Ash vs. Evil Dead, and I think you're funny and would love to meet you one day. But I'm just not a big enough fan to care about your life stories and work. I liked your mentions of Xena and Hercules and Lucy Lawless, and I read the last chapter about the reboot of AVED. It's an amazing show and I'm eagerly awaiting the new season in February. I had all three of your books on my wishlist/TBR and you sassed me on Twitter that one time (which was AWESOME) buuuuuuut I can't. If I can't read your newest and most updated stories, I'm certainly not going to go back and read the oldies. What makes this awkward is I made it though Kevin Sorbo's book and not yours... but shhhh. We just won't speak of that. Once again, I'm sorry! I'm still a bigger fan of you. 🙌🏻

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Seyfried

    If you liked his first book, If Chins Could Kill, then you will like this one too, which basically continues his story from where he left off 15 years ago, with lots of humor and a few silly pics. Lots of stories about filming syfy movies overseas, filming small roles in big budget pics with Sam Raimi, and filming Burn Notice in Miami. Also some interesting parts about his goodwill tour to the troops with Burn Notice co-star Jeffrey Donovan, some convention stories, and some stories about renova If you liked his first book, If Chins Could Kill, then you will like this one too, which basically continues his story from where he left off 15 years ago, with lots of humor and a few silly pics. Lots of stories about filming syfy movies overseas, filming small roles in big budget pics with Sam Raimi, and filming Burn Notice in Miami. Also some interesting parts about his goodwill tour to the troops with Burn Notice co-star Jeffrey Donovan, some convention stories, and some stories about renovating and then filming on his wilderness land in Oregon. And, of course, the story of how Ash wound up starring in a series on Starz. Which I am quite disappointed is not coming back until February! But rest assured, it is coming back. But read this book in the meantime to tide you over.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    If you read If Chins Could Kill, you know exactly what you’re getting into, as this is basically the sequel. This provides a short recap of the first book and carries us through the completion of the first season of Ash vs. Evil Dead. I also had to grab the exclusive audio of Bruce reading it, since that was released. This one coasts along for a bit at the beginning, but I really enjoyed the behind-the-scenes looks at Bubba Ho-Tep and My Name is Bruce. Four stars for the story, but five groovy st If you read If Chins Could Kill, you know exactly what you’re getting into, as this is basically the sequel. This provides a short recap of the first book and carries us through the completion of the first season of Ash vs. Evil Dead. I also had to grab the exclusive audio of Bruce reading it, since that was released. This one coasts along for a bit at the beginning, but I really enjoyed the behind-the-scenes looks at Bubba Ho-Tep and My Name is Bruce. Four stars for the story, but five groovy stars for the audiobook.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ashton Macaulay

    Bruce Campbell is a pro at making sequels at this point, and this book does not disappoint. My only complaint is that it's shorter than the first one, and I want more. So, Bruce, if you could live a few lifetimes in between this book and the final in the trilogy, that'd be great. This series is very fun, and I highly recommend the audiobooks as they are read by Bruce himself. For anyone who wants to know a little more about the life of a B-Movie actor, it's absolutely worth the read.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mal Kelly

    Bruce Campbell delivers again. This book is a great follow up to If Chins Could Kill. Campbell gives more personal insight to the life of an actor; the fun, adventure, and hardship of travel; and the pleasure that one gets from life long friendships. Being a fan of his work, I admit to being biased. However, his stories are truly entertaining.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    3.8/5 stars. Fun little book. I enjoy Campbell's writing style, and his anecdotes give a good perspective on what it's like to be an actor. The book is littered with funny pictures/captions and it's a quick read.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Derek

    Great book. Bruce is one of my favorite actors, and this is a great read for a fan. Hearing stories about not only his Hollywood career, but anecdotes of his personal life was just a treat. I can’t wait to read his other two books.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Bill

    Bruce's earnest and irreverent voice comes through in this amusing memoir that just about brings his story up-to-date. It's all here: life in rural Oregon, making B movies for SciFi channel, making Burn Notice, remaking Evil Dead. Bruce is that guy with dozens of funny stories that will keep you entertained for hours and still want more.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jason Schneeberger

    Picking up right where IF CHINS COULD KILL left off, Bruce takes us through the second half of his acting career, right up to the first season of ASH VS EVIL DEAD. This book was highly entertaining and informative, with my favorite part being about the making of ALIEN APOCALYPSE and MAN WITH A SCREAMING BRAIN in Bulgaria. There's some good stuff in there! The only reason why I didn't give this five stars is because of the lack of information on BUBBA HO-TEP; it was a two page part of the book an Picking up right where IF CHINS COULD KILL left off, Bruce takes us through the second half of his acting career, right up to the first season of ASH VS EVIL DEAD. This book was highly entertaining and informative, with my favorite part being about the making of ALIEN APOCALYPSE and MAN WITH A SCREAMING BRAIN in Bulgaria. There's some good stuff in there! The only reason why I didn't give this five stars is because of the lack of information on BUBBA HO-TEP; it was a two page part of the book and that was it. I get the feeling that that movie leaves a bad taste in Bruce's mouth for whatever reason, but it's a shame because I don't think I'm the only fan of it that would have loved to have a little more in depth knowledge about it's making, directly from Bruce. All in all though, this was a great book that had me laughing several times! I was happy to buy this directly from Bruce (and have my copy signed) at a recent book signing event. Any fan of Bruce's work should definitely check this one out.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jason Pettus

    Logging the last of my 2017 reads today so that they'll count towards this year's Reading Challenge totals. Full review coming in early 2018.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ricky

    Excellent follow to his original biography. Amazing, Bruce Campbell is awesome loved it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    TraceyL

    I think I am actually too much of a Bruce Campbell fan for this book. I've heard most of the stories before. In interviews, behind the scenes DVD content, or at comic cons. Meh.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Steve 'Rat'

    Bruce Campbell at his Bruce Campbellest, once again giving you the impression that the only reason he never did much Shakespeare is that Shakes didn't write a part for him.

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