All good things come to an end.
It's just unfortunate that Ash vs Evil Dead came to an end quicker than we expected.
If there is a silver lining to be found, it's that Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 10 was a marvelous send-off for our beloved chainsaw-wielding, boomstick-firing, Deadite-slaying hero, and provided an epic and satisfying conclusion to this insanely fun and crazy series.
Bruce Campbell recently made it publicly known that he is officially hanging up his chainsaw and is done with the character that bolstered him to stardom.
I'd like to think that if Campbell was offered the right payday, he'd consider returning to the role. But even if that never happens, I'm thankful that STARZ gave Raimi and Campbell the chance to revisit the franchise and provide us with three glorious seasons.
Fortunately, the writers intended for this episode to act as both a Season and Series finale, just in case the show didn't see a renewal for a fourth season.
If our pal, Ash, was going out, he deserved to go out big. And "The Mettle of Man" didn't disappoint, leaving the series off on a very high note.
Enough! I don't know much about this "Evil Dead" crap, and I know even less about why it chose you, but it did. You're the Savior of humanity, so get on your damn feet and own up to who you are. In the short time that I have known you, I have seen things that I'd never thought existed, seen you do things that I never thought possible. You taught me to trust you, you taught me to believe in you, and I do. So please don't let me down now.
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Ash vs Evil Dead really pulled out all the stops in this final installment, including some epic Deadite kills, a battle with a 60 foot Kandarian demon and gore galore! And while the finale was emotional on many levels, it did enough to pay homage to both fans and the trilogy that started it all.
Brandy's encouraging words to Ash was incredibly touching -- a moment seldom seen on this series. It might have come across more emotional than intended as a viewer being this was the series’ swan song, but it was incredibly effective.
It was enough to get her father right back on the horse and kick some serious demon ass the only way Ash can. Even if it was without his trust chainsaw, thanks to that dastardly Ruby!
The gang strapping Kelly to a hand truck in order to transport her lifeless body around was hysterical, and it was neat that Pablo realized The Evil saw him as one their own.
Given Pablo's Brujo power, he wasn't affected by jumping straight into the rift. I wish we could have visited The Deadlands again and actually seen Pablo rescue Kelly, but given that this was the finale and with everything..