ByKyle Price-Livingston, writer at Creators.co

The jury is in. It is no longer possible to make an action movie that is too violent or too gory. All you have to do is throw in a couple dudes in spandex punching each other and you can have your hero commit genocide for all the audience will care. "More punching!" they will shout as they fork over $40 for the right to eat stale popcorn while a toddler kicks them in the back for the next three hours. Who will save us from these smirking, unitard-clad goodygoodies? Who has the power and nerve to contend with the gods themselves? Don't worry, I know a guy.

Ash Williams
Ash Williams

In Ash vs. Lobo and the DC Dead, a regular dude finally gets a chance to show these superjerks where they can stick their kryptonite (Spoiler Alert: they can stick it in the bloody holes Ash leaves in their bodies). Now, I say "regular dude," but anybody who has seen Sam Raimi's Evil Dead knows Ash Williams is far from average. He's fought demons, the undead, doppelgängers, hell, even undead demonic doppelgängers; and he does it all with a smile on his face and a chainsaw for a hand. There is simply nobody better equipped to handle a world filled with super-powered zombies. Oh, did I mention all your favorite comic book heroes are turning into zombies in this one? Cause that's important.

Yeah! Eat it, Lantern!
Yeah! Eat it, Lantern!

The folks at WTFLOL have put together some fantastic parodies and fan films over the years but this is by far their best work. Dark, violent and pretty funny to boot, this film features the best effects and fight choreography the team has ever produced. Clocking in at about 20 minutes, it's long enough to get into a groove but short enough for my Internet-crippled attention span. Also violent. Really violent. Did I say violent already?

Ash vs. Lobo and The DC

Ash Vs. Lobo and the DC Dead: come for the exciting premise, stay to see a bunch of super powered losers get got!

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