In 1978 Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell produced a 30 minute horror film called "Within the Woods," which has served as the pre-cursor to the duo's legendary "Evil Dead." Initially, the film was meant to be a trailer that was to be used to coax investors - mostly local Michigan dentists and wealthy types - to cough up enough dough so the hungry filmmakers could produce a full-length terror extravaganza. They eventually netted $1600 and produced "Within the Woods" using many of the creative shortcuts and abusive (to Bruce Campbell) techniques that folks have come to expect from Sam Raimi's ultra creative output.

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