Whoo we're on Day 4 and no cracks in my sanity yet. Aside from the laughing deer head behind me. Seriously though you guys have made opening my inbox a real treat this past week and it just keeps getting better...
Darren from M0vie Blog writes a fantastic piece about what made Sam Raimi the perfect director for Spiderman. His best work yet this blogothon.
JD from Radiator Heaven makes a good case for Raimi's The Quick And The Dead as Raimi's-well Raimi already has a two red headed step children, so lets call it an orange haired step cousin. Now Draw.
Meanwhile Internet Buddy Emily from The Deadly Doll's House Of Horror Nonsense takes on A Simple Plan with a very nice piece. And for her efforts gets emotionally destroyed.
Josh Bell from Signal Bleed takes a look at Raimi's appearance in forgotten Slasher movie directed by his old buddy Scott Spiegel, The Intruder. You mean he plays someone named "Randy The Butcher" and there's no gag about it?
Tom Clift makes his triumphant return to the blogothon with a take on Army Of Darkness that is well worth reading.
So yesterday we had House Of Sparrows present a well made case for For Love Of The Game. Today WB. Kelso, demonstrating the affection and level of detail that makes Micro Brewed Reviews one of my favorite new(ish) additions to my blog roll, defends Raimi's even redder headed step step child Crimewave.
And wrapping things up for today we have Hans from the legendary Quiet Cool also making a good case for Intruder.
That's it for today's entries in Raimifest. I'll see you all back here in a little bit with my post for the day.