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Brett & Cliff's Flea Circus: A movie and TV podcast

Evil Dead 2 (1987)

Season 4, Ep. 24

We return to Sam Raimi's Evil Dead series, with the 1987 sequel, sometimes called Dead by Dawn. There's also a quiz and music from Lines of Flight

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