As Ash emerges from the mud puddle he was tossed into, it’s clear to see that he’s possessed by one of the horrific Kandarian demons. As the sun emerges, the evil forces subside and Ash is returned to a normal state before passing out for a time. Once he awakens, he does what any sane person would do and jumps in his car to escape. However, the bridge heading off the mountainside is destroyed, and an unseen force chases Ash back to the cabin, where he hides in the cellar.
Terrorizing Ash becomes an amusing spectacle for both the demons and the audience. Linda’s decaying body emerges from the shallow grave he left her in, and her severed head clamps down on Ash’s hand with her pointy teeth. After destroying her head with a chainsaw, the poor sap’s hand turns against him — Apparently, Linda’s bite came with a bit more than a simple gaping flesh wound.
The humorous tumble with his own hand results in Ash removing it entirely via chainsaw. Of course, this only sets the little bugger free to scamper off. After taunting Ash by flipping him the bird, the possessed hand escapes into the walls. Getting a bit cocky, Ash angrily shoots the wall with a shotgun, which then explodes, gushing blood all over him. Then, the entire house begins laughing at the hapless hero, clearly enjoying his struggle.