NR, 20 min. Directed by Bruce Campbell.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Thu., June 21, 2001

Cult actor Bruce Campbell filmed this documentary of his fans during several convention appearances. As he describes the film on his Web site: "I got to thinking one day ­ what if I turned the ol' spotlight around? What if I pointed that unforgiving camera lens toward you, the viewer? Wouldn't that just be a hoot? Anyhoo, the result is "Fanalysis," a light-hearted look at what makes a fan a fan ­ and why." Campbell will introduce 'Fanalysis' and Evil Dead 2 and sign copies of his new b

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