Ash Vs. Evil Dead "The Dark One" Review - AVClub

AVClub: It’s the end of the world as we know it, and Ash feels fine. All season, we’ve watched our Midwestern hero come to terms with his past by dismembering his present demons--both literally and metaphorically. Now that we’ve seen his future, we know he needs to get Moonstruck. “It’s not just about my life anymore,” he confesses to Ruby, to Pablo, to Kelly in the burning fruit cellar, “I want their lives back, too. They’re coming with me.” Where to? A “normal life” in Jacksonville, of course. True to his stubborn soul, Ash believes that Ruby will serve as a Gatekeeper who’s “just gonna Godfather all the demons together” to “make the world a better place for all of us.” Pablo and Kelly see right through her, but it’s not up to them. Their foul-mouthed jefe has made a not-so-smart truce with The Dark One, and it involves an ill-fated escape to Florida and the coming apocalypse. The good news is they have the Kandarian dagger ... and AC/DC.

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