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Beyond Re-Animator [Import]

Jeffrey Combs , Tommy Dean Musset , Brian Yuzna    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Movie some major holes.... June 17 2004
Format:DVD
This movie had a very captivating plot and was overall a pleasure to view, however in the plot there were some pretty major holes and some of the acting was downright dreadful.
The plot is simple. A new doctor comes to work at the hospital where Dr. West is incarcerated. Howard the new doctor, and probably a new actor because his acting was downright dreadful and at times painful to watch (His reaction after the girl that he likes dies is just so fake); Dr. West and Howard then set up the lab again and chaos and misfortune ensues.
The gore is good. The reasons for the gore are not always good however. For example when Laura visits the one ressurected patient she walks up close and what not, knowing that he is dangerous. It just didn't make any sense. Another funny thing was that the nurse wore the old fashioned skirt, the kind you could rip off with a strong pull. Right...
However the violence was good and entertaining. The movie got straight to the point and never got off. From the very beginning there was murder, mayhem and chaos.
Recommended to all those that are not too worried about plot holes.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Re-Animated April 4 2004
Format:DVD
Ever since I began watching the original Re-Animator, I loved it. Soon it became one of my favorite films, and I watched Bride of Re-Animator, which was a horrible sequel. With average expectations I rented Beyond Re-Animator, and let me say I was blown away. It's been thirteen years since Herbert West's former assistant turned state's evidence against him, and sent the doctor to state prison. Now, an eager young doctor wants West as his assistant in the prison after seeing West's work during the final Miskatonic misexperiment. Soon, the doctor is the assistant and West is the doctor as he continues experimentation into re-animation of the dead: only this time, it's one step higher ... Jeffrey Combs is better than ever as the mad West, giving us a terrific performance. The rest of the cast is very good as well; Brian Yuzna's direction has improved, and the script is great; there's also a cool score by Xavier Cappellas. Beyond Re-Animator is one of my favorite films, and one of the best horror films of 2003. It features some quite funny comedy, mixed with great, gory horror in the tradition of the first film. It is completely entertaining and features some very nice story ideas. Think of it as Shawshank Redemption with re-animation and Dr. West - oh, forget it. I found that the film was almost as good as the first Re-Animator, and way above the Bride. It's great to
have West back again. And the ending is terrific - fans of the first film can sit back and smile with satisfaction ...I would highly recommend Beyond Re-Animator to any horror fan, and it is essential for fans of the firstfilm. Easily one of my favorite horror films. Be sure to stick around to see the hilarious end fight between a rat and the warden's severed limb.
"Religion has nothing to do with this!"
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4.0 out of 5 stars Dr. West creates zombies in prison. March 24 2004
Format:DVD
Finally for all you Re-Animator (1985) fans, a third film has been made. Filmed in Spain. The second film was BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR (1990). Jeffery Combs is back as "Herbert West". Two boys are camping out in the yard. Suddenly Howard (Tommy Dean Musset) tells the other boy a story about someone keeping body parts. He shows him an eye in a cup. Lighning and thunder materialize. The mother (Barbara Elorrietta) in the house is killed by a jawless zombie (Angel Plana) as Howard watches in horror. The zombie was another one of Dr. West's experiments, so Dr. West is arrested and put into the police car. But before he leaves, the vital green luminous shot is left for the boy. Thirteen years later, Howard (Jason Berry) is now a doctor and visit Dr. West in prison. Dr. West still conducts his electrical shock experiments, but this time on rats. When Howard shows Dr. West, the luminous shot he left behind thirteen years ago, he can't wait to see if the luminous serum still works. Of course it does and so the campy zombie fun begins again. Lolo Herrero plays "Sergeant Moncho". Enrique Arce plays "Cabrera". Simon Andreu plays "Warden". DVD includes an "Easter Egg". Click your down button on the remote. When "Lions Gate Films" logo appears, click on this. You will see trailers for Beyond Re-Animator (2003), Cabin Fever, and Faust--Love of the Damned. Extra include "Move Your Dead Bones" music video. Making of Re-Animator documentary.
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Director Brian Yunza once again breathes life back into the Re-Animator series with this third installment, Beyond Re-Animator (2003). Shot on location in Spain, the only character to make it from the original movies was Doctor Herbert West (Jeffery Combs). While neither of the sequels was nearly as good as the first, this one, I thought, was a bit better than the last.
The film picks up where the last left off, with one of West's experiments attacking a young woman, which is witnessed by her younger brother. The movie then fast-forwards 14 years, and we see West as an inmate in Arkham prison, performing strange experiments on rats, ones not involving bringing them back from the dead, but having something to do with removing strange energies from their bodies. Seems West is trying to develop a means to not only re-animate the dead, but to also return the subjects back to their normal, mental states. You see, the re-animation formula does work, but the subjects are usually mindless murder machines once brought back from the dead. With his new research, West hopes to counteract this effect, and truly return his once dead subjects back to their normal, pre-par tem selves.
The young boy who so long ago saw his sister attacked by one of West's experiments is now a doctor, and has taken up residency at the prison where West is incarcerated, requesting that West be assigned to assist him. This seemed like a set up so that the doctor could avenge his sister's death, but that wasn't how it was played out, which seemed weird to me. Anyway, West, with the help of his new benefactor, begins his re-animation experiments anew, with a slight twist in his development of returning sentient consciousness to his subjects.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but where's the gore?
In the making-of, Director Brian Yuzna tells us that there's less gore in that movie than the previous two and it shows. Read more
Published on Oct. 12 2004 by Denis-Steve Giguere
5.0 out of 5 stars Forget the other reviews!
Those guys don't know what they're talking about.
While you certainly need to see The Re-Animator as a set-up, Beyond the Re-Animator is better than the original movie could... Read more
Published on July 17 2004 by Douglas Millhoff
3.0 out of 5 stars Same ingredients for the same recipe ! A good sequel !
It's back ! And if you liked the 2 first movies, go for this 3rd one, I don't think you will be disappointed. You know the ingedients..Funny and gore. Read more
Published on March 26 2004 by Guiglou
4.0 out of 5 stars Yuzna and Combs return with a vengeance
For fans of the Re-Animator series (and there are many) the wait is finally over. 13 years after directing Bride of Re-Animator Brian Yuzna returns with another satisfying sequel. Read more
Published on March 3 2004 by Matthew King
3.0 out of 5 stars Good.. but.. where's the gore ?
This is a good movie in the good old 80's horror style with some hilarious episodes. It fits well to the two earlier Re-animator movies. Read more
Published on Feb. 13 2004 by Napoleon, Short Dead Dude
5.0 out of 5 stars A Hilarious Twist on an Age Old Tale
This movie was a spectacular treat! I found it to be a delectably scrumptious dish. I did not see the first two in the series, but if they're any less wacky than this one, they... Read more
Published on Feb. 7 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars This Experiment is Over!!!
Herbert West is a man on the cutting edge of science. He's revolutionized thought as he's walked that fine line between experimentation and "morality," bringing the dead back from... Read more
Published on Jan. 30 2004 by TorridlyBoredShopper
4.0 out of 5 stars Re-Animator Goes Beyond
I'm quiet happy with the third entry into the Re-Animator series. Brian Yuzna did an amazing job with this film. Brian's direction in the film is interesting. Read more
Published on Jan. 30 2004 by Vanessa Ryan
1.0 out of 5 stars The series is dead.
It's clear after this one, that Brian Yuzna does not have what it takes to make an extermely good Re-Animator movie. Read more
Published on Jan. 24 2004
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