But what of all those sweet words you spoke in private?
Oh that's just what we call pillow talk, baby, that's all.
You're not one of my vassals... who are you?
Who wants to know?
I am Henry the Red. Duke of Shale, Lord of the Northlands and leader of its peoples.
Well hello Mister Fancypants. Well, I've got news for you pal, you ain't leadin' but two things: Jack and s**t... and Jack just left town.
Gimme some sugar, baby.
[Sheila wants to apologize to Ash]
First you wanna kill me, now you wanna kiss me. Blow.
I may be bad... but I feel gooood.
When Ash calls Wiseman Joe "spinach chin," it is a reference to the 1949 Three Stooges short "Malice in the Palace." In it, Moe calls a man with a long beard "spinach chin."
Director Sam Raimi shot two different endings. One ending has Ash battling a she-demon in a department store in the present. The alternative ending has Ash imbibing a secret potion that would make him sleep one century for each drop of the potion he drinks. He then goes to a cave to sleep. However, he drank one drop too many and wakes up to find a barren post-apocalyptic landscape. The final shot is Ash screaming in rage at a red sky. The Great Britain video version shows the "potion" ending, and the version shown in U.S. theaters showed the "she-demon" ending.
The magic words Ash must use to claim the Book of the Dead are "Klaatu, Barada, Nikto", the same words used to command the robot Gort in The Day the Earth Stood Still.
In accordance with his usual style, the skeletons do a classic Three Stooges routine.
Ted Raimi plays the S-Mart store clerk at the end of the movie.
In the opening credits, Bruce Campbell vs. Army of Darkness instead of "in".
DVD Easter Eggs: (Hidden So You Don't See Anything You Don't Want To See)
To turn the story boards on while the movie is playing, turn the directors commentary on in the options menu and while the movie is playing turn subtitles on and the storyboards will appear in the bottom right corner.