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When people talk of the "Evil Dead" franchise, they usually reference the top players in the series, with director Sam Raimi, producer Rob Tapert, and star Bruce Campbell understandably credited for creative successes. 2018's "Invaluable: The True Story of an Epic Artist" seeks to add another name to the list: Tom Sullivan. The man responsible for makeup effects and design work on 1981's "The Evil Dead," Sullivan's imagination helped to define the horror show the production was pursuing, bringing life to grisly imagery and haunting moments. Director Ryan Meade doesn't have much more than an appreciation for Sullivan to help put together this low-budget documentary, but that's enough to charm. "Invaluable" isn't a sharply made picture, but there's a lot of enthusiasm for the subject, and the "Evil Dead" fanbase is treated to a tour of inspiration and location, with Sullivan reflecting on his early achievements, surprising turns of life, and the endurance of the brand name. Read the rest at


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