Thursday, May 3, 2018

EVIL DEAD Timeline finally updated with Season 3!

Hello Kandarians,
This is it. This is the end. It has been a long ride.
Ash has won.
In the while, I completed the EVIL DEAD DEFINITIVE TIMELINE with Timeline 5 (Ash vs Evil Dead Season 2 Episode 9 and 10) and Timeline 6 (Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3).
Basically, the 1982's Ruby survived the deletion of Timeline 5 and "materialized" in the 1982 of Timeline 6 - the "primary" timeline.
So in Timeline 6, we have TWO Rubys operating at the same time since 1982. After Season 2, Ruby 2 (the "time remnant" of Timeline 5) just started to work on her grand scheme against Ash...
Here we go:
SPREAD THE LINK. Let people know about it.
For the rest:
Thank you Bruce, Robert and Sam for having delivered the best: the greatest TV series of all time, the most visionary one. ASH VS EVIL DEAD. Special mention to Rick Jacobson and Tony Tilse, they truly captured the Evil Dead essence. The last episodes of each season are magnificent.
Tiziano Caliendo

Tuesday, September 26, 2017


Everything changed. Everything. Especially with Season 2.
The timeline is alterable/revisable. The timeline was modified many times. There's one cabin. There's one Ash (less or more). There's one book. There are 5 versions (so far) of the very same timeline.
Most of the discrepancies between The Evil Dead and Evil Dead II, as well as between Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness, can be explained as the product of Ash's damaged brain and traumatized mind. First of all.
The Nexus, the time vortex, did the rest.
And so, the timeline changed. Thus, each ending is canon. The ED2 ending is canon, but not the way as you previously thought. The ARMY ending is canon. Even the "recaps" at the beginning of the sequels are obviously canon (Ash's twisted memory). 
Please, read:
THIS is my final word. THIS is my final scenario. And I'm finally proud of it.
Thanks for being here, have a good read.
Tiziano Caliendo

Sunday, February 5, 2017

WE have a NEW EVIL DEAD forum!

Hell yes... Dark Ones.
Stop travelling back in time and hanging around Elk Grove in 1982 (Mainstream 1982? Alternate 1982? We must wait for SEASON 3 in order to know if the timeline has changed or not).
Since the IMDB boards are closing, plagued and filled with mentally sick, delusional losers and pathetic beings commonly called "Trolls" (Note for them: get a life, guys), I created a very cool EVIL DEAD FORUM...
Register yourself and enjoy the discussions. As simple as that.
That said................
My site is EASY to read. OR you chose to follow the EVIL DEAD PLASTIC UNIVERSE THEORY OR you chose the "CONNECTIONS" (which don't take in account ASH VS EVIL DEAD). Your move.
See you on the forum.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Ash vs Evil Dead Episode 20: "Second Coming" - SPOILERS

SUPERB. Just like:

Episode 8, 9, 10 and 19. This is EVIL DEAD, guys. This is the spirit. Groovy!

I loved every bit of this episode. Every second. Terrific direction. Terrific visuals. Ash looked and sounded very serious, he reminded me of "the" Ash of EVIL DEAD II. There was some drama from his part, sure as hell. 

Just a little premise:
Episode 19 just showed us that Ash has "reminiscences" from previous continuities/iterations of the alterable Evil Dead timeline. This pretty much validates my Plastic Universe Theory. Just rewatch the sequence in which he has two juxtaposing memories about "where he originally found the Book of the Dead, 30 years ago". Just brilliant.

So basically, this is my step-by-step analysis of Episode 20:

1- The fight with Evil Henrietta was gory, scary, "delicious" and very ARMY-like, all rolled into one. This is one of the biggest and most thrilling moments in the whole TV series. In the original timeline, Tanya was meant to die anyway, so that's not a big of deal. She was "already dead", sorry. 
Her bloody face reminded me of Mia. Astonishing.

2- The escape from the Knowby Cabin reminded me of EVIL DEAD II. Pablo was Baal. The new hand growing from nothing was just some kind of "quantic resonance" playing out in the ALTERED TIMELINE. It was a nice nod to many time travel movies featuring REVISABLE timelines. The new hand was genuine, and not Baal using his demon powers to fool Ash. As simple as that, there was a kind of mystical connection between Old Ash and Young Ash at that point, and the hand just regenerated from nothing.
Later, the hand being possessed was a "solid illusion" created by Baal. The Kandarian Demon wasn't there anymore.

3- Chet and Bad Cheryl were just "solid illusions" created by Baal.
I'm not entirely sure about Brock... but maybe even Brock was an illusion created by Baal. The chainsaw wasn't an illusion, and perhaps Real Brock truly helped Ash.
Don't forget that the second chainsaw (the one Baal was manning) was the UNALTERED Evil Dead II chainsaw previously stored in the toolshed.
Or maybe, Baal wanted Ash to fight and "Brock" and the chainsaw were just "staged" by him and his demon powers.

And yes, there was a BIG HINT to the secret of Episode 13... "me and you"... "the reality"... hey, this is meant to be solved in the next seasons! Relax. Don't hurry up.

4- The DEAL was not "altered" by Ruby. It was "respected", wherever Baal wanted to cheat. Ruby made Baal "mortal" for real, despite keeping his demon powers intact. It was a smart move.

5- Pablo is saved. And well, he has no "Book powers" anymore. So they cannot come back home (2016), which brings us to the last point...

6- THE PARADE is an illusion created by Ruby. You can see the "dream-like slow motion" sometimes. The colors are unnatural. The cinematography is also "dream-like". Even Ash is questioning the reality at the very end, noticing it seemed too "perfect". LMAO. It was evident. It felt very "Dexter Season One Finale".

My theory. There's one timeline. They altered it. But they are still stuck in 1982, and Ruby fabricated this "Alternate Elk Groke Reality" to keep the heroes caged in some way. It's a mental reality. They are physically trapped somewhere in 1982.

They travelled to an Alternate 1982 (parallel universe).
They changed the timeline of THAT specific Evil Dead universe, not theirs.
Hope this post will help you. Have a nice bloody day.


Thursday, October 20, 2016

NEW continuity scenario for the franchise: THE EVIL DEAD PLASTIC UNIVERSE

Hey Deadites,
I'll swollow your continuity.
New continuity scenario for the EVIL DEAD FRANCHISE (movie trilogy + TV series):
1 single universe.
1 single timeline... less or more.
1 single Ash.
1 single cabin.
1 single story.
No more incongruences.
... or you can keep taking the other sections of my site as your personal gospel. Your choice.
That's the way I like it.  

Friday, October 14, 2016

AvED section deleted - new sections to come

Yessssss, Bat-Winged Folks!

I made up my mind, totally. The TV series doesn't match with the movies very well, and I don't wanna complicate my life too much (LMAO).
I'm working on a standalone section for the AvED Universe.
On the other hand, I'm working on an alternative theory which gets rid of my well-established scenario and attempts to make sense of the trilogy and the TV series, taking in account the incongruences. Just give me a bit of time. I'm writing...
Thank you so much for the continuing resonance this site is getting each day of its weird life.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Evil Dead Fan Film Project

Message from the BIGGEST Evil Dead site, "BOOK OF THE DEAD":
"As some who keep track of my Evil Dead fansite ( will know, I've been working on an Evil Dead short fanfilm for some months.

I've shot the film's intro/credits sequence out of my own pocket to use as a 'trailer', and you can see that below. It's entirely new footage shot by myself, there is no footage from any of the Evil Dead Trilogy of films used anywhere in it, although there are a few closely matching shots. Copyright permission for the 'Book Of The Dead' & 'Kandarian Dagger' to be replicated & shown has been given by their copyright owner: Tom Sullivan.

This intro/credits sequence tells little snippets of the story of the 'Book Of The Dead', how it was first found, Professor Knowby translating it at the cabin, and skimming over the events of The Evil Dead, leading into to what will be the start of the main film. It was shot using three actors (myself included) over four locations using seven mini-sets taking nine weeks from start to finish, including all the prop/set purchase & construction work. This includes sets of an archaeological dig, the Professor's desk & fireplace in the cabin, as well as little sections of the cellar and workshed too. While based around The Evil Dead, eagle eyed fans might spot that I've also borrowed some little prop/set details from Evil Dead II as well.

The full fanfilm script treats the first film, The Evil Dead, as a single event (ignoring Evil Dead II & Army Of Darkness), my film will be a continuation of these original events. It'll be more of a scary ghost story like the first film, as opposed to the action/adventure of the second & third films, and won't feature any of the existing main characters from the series in the body of the film. The script has already been written (which will come in around the 20-30 minute mark depending on the budget raised), a budget calculated, and set & prop designs finalized.

This would be my third recent short film. You can see my previous short: The Lateness Of The Hour (which is being screened at the Sacramento Film Festival in April 2016) below:

For more information on this project, to see behind the scenes production photos, please visit:"

...let's help him. THE KNOWBY WARRIOR