Miscellaneous Queer Monsters

My Name is Bruce

movie      fiction

  • My Name is Bruce
  • Author: Mark Verheiden
  • Director: Bruce Campbell
  • Producer: Bruce Campbell and Mike Richardson
  • Year: 2007
  • Country: US
  • 86 minutes
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B-movie actor Bruce Campbell plays a satirized version of himself in this movie - a self-absorbed, hard-drinking, marginally talented actor with overwhelming disdain for his socially inept fans. It is one of these fans that unwittingly releases a vengeful spirit that proceeds on a killing rampage in a tiny Oregon town.

Convinced the only one that can save the town and stop the murderous ghost is the heroic Bruce Campbell, Jeff (Taylor Sharpe) kidnaps the actor. But when faced with a real supernatural menace, and not some ridiculous rubber-suited monster, Bruce runs away screaming like a little girl. Will Bruce Campbell rise to the occasion and become the type of hero he's become famous for playing, or will he simply go back to being in low-rent movies most people have never heard of?

Qvamp says:

If you're a fan of Bruce Campbell (or at least if you know who he is), you'll love this film. This is one of the few films made to be a cult film that has a good chance of succeeding at it.

Two unexpected minor characters in the film are a gay couple. Though they fit some stereotypes, and fun is poked at them for being gay, it is not malicious and is an enjoyable part of the film. The two men do help battle the monster.

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