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Bride of Re-Animator [Import]

Jeffrey Combs , Bruce Abbott , Brian Yuzna    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow! Dec 22 2012
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Director/producer Brian Yunza revives his characters from 1985's Re-Animator with this tongue in cheek splatter fest homage to The Bride of Frankenstein (1935). But where The Bride of Frankenstein actually succeeded its' predecessor (in the opinion of many), The Bride of Re-Animator falls a little short.
Returning are now doctors Herbert West (Jeffery Combs), Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott), and even Doctor Carl Hill (David Gale) makes an appearance, despite the fact he has no body (see the first movie). The film tries to build on the original showing doctors West and Cain, nine months after the hospital massacre in the first movie, working in Peru on the bloody frontlines of a civil war, still experimenting with the luminous, green life-giving juice. The notion is that in this backwater part of the world, they can work unfettered, not bothered by legal constraints. Things get a little hairy, and the boys decide to return stateside, working at the hospital with the first unpleasantness took place (I guess the hospital administrators have short memories).
Taking up residence in a house that was once a mortuary, located next to a cemetery, the doctors continue their work with creating life, using various body parts from the hospital morgue. Dan is reluctant, but Herbert proposes they create a woman, using various body parts, centered around the heart of Dan's deceased girlfriend, Meg, who bit the big one in the first movie.
Weird experiments and bloody body parts fill the screen, as a police lieutenant with a personal stake continues the investigation of what originally happened even though the case has been officially closed. Even the head of Dr. Hill makes a kept alive with the living giving juice.
Do Herbert and Dan succeed in bring Meg back to life from spare parts?
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4.0 out of 5 stars Same Greatness April 12 2011
By Sorpse
Again pretty awesome. It was different in some ways bu basicall the same re-animator. Jeffrey Combs is the insanely origonal doctor who brings back to life all kinds of things. Not quite as amazing as the first but still pretty good.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent sequel! Jan. 27 2004
Set after 9 months since Herbert West ( Jeffery Combs) have conducted his gruesome experiments and caused a massacre at the Mistaktonic university, he is back to do a different kind of experiment of making living parts into one body to create life. He does have Dan ( Bruce Abbot) to still help him, Dr. Carl Hill ( David Gale) is also back to get revenge on Herbert West.
Highly exciting sequel loaded with gore, a wicked sense of humor, good direction by the original's producer Brian Yuzna and Combs is great as West again.
If you love the original, your going to love this too!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Failed re-animation Dec 28 2003
"I will not be shackled by the failures of your God." Thus says mad genius Dr. Herbert West, who is back along with partner Dan Cain - only this time, they're creating life.
The story involves West (Jeffrey Combs) and Cain (Bruce Abbott) returning from war in Peru. After much research, West has finally discovered the secret to creating human life, and using Cain's lust for a mate as motivation, he proceeds to attempt to make Dan a bride from dead tissue. Naturally, there's also a few re-animated freaks who survived the first film, along with a suspicious detective (Claude Earl Jones) and West's nemesis, Dr. Carl Hill (David Gale), who's still a no-body. Get it? A-ha-ha-ha...
First of all, let me say I was a serious fan of the original "Re-Animator", thus I had no problem with buying a sequel that has a very bad reputation. Well, I can only say "Bride" lives up to its reputation. It has nothing whatsoever to do with any of H.P. Lovecraft's works, however it does borrow a few elements from his tale "Herbert West -- Re-Animator" which weren't used in the first film.
The acting is fine, the effects are fine, the music is fine. The direction is okay, although it can't match Stuart Gordon's. There are a few funny moments in the film, but overall it has a very, very unpleasant feeling about it - which the first film did not have.
Overall, this is only for serious "Re-Animator"/horror fans. Rent the first one instead. "Bride of Re-Animator" is nothing more than a failed re-animation.
DVD: This DVD is pitiful. No special features, Dolby Digital 2.0 sound, and picture quality that could've come off of an old VHS tape. It will do find if you're just a casual viewer, but if you're a fan of the film, then make sure you buy the excellent Pioneer edition.
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This is the sequel to Re-Animator (1985) made five years later. Jeffrey Combs returns as the mad doctor, Herbert West. With his colleague Dr. Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott) they are now in Peru, set eight months later after the massacre they created at Miskatonic Medical School. They go back to Miskatonic Hospital where Dr. West is once again testing his luminous serum on dead people and dismembered body parts. Dave Gale returns as the without-a-body Dr. Hill. DVD contains no extras or bonusus. Just "Play" and "Scenes". Followed by BEYOND RE-ANIMATOR (2003).
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Bride Of Re-animator was previously released on DVD by Pioneer/Artisan as a Special Edition which was far superior to this bare bones DVD reissue from Artisan. The special edition offered two versions of the film (Rated R and Unrated). It had a full-length commentary by the director, cast, the special effects guys, etc. It also offered a deleted scene and a blooper/outtake/behind-the-scenes reel which are both absent on this reissue. Another thing it had were many still galleries, promotional materials, production notes...and more.
I have indeed seen the movie transfer on this reissued DVD, and it looks like the same transfer on the previous DVD release. If you don't care for special features, or can't get the older DVD...then, and only then, is it a good buy for the movie itself!
Artisan must be really lazy these days. They'd had no special features on any of their recent DVD releases of older Horror and Sci-Fi flicks. Not even a theatrical trailer! It's almost as if they could care less because they know the product will sell anyways.
So, you may ask...why am I giving this a 5 star rating? For the movie itself...surely not for this featureless DVD! The only thing good about this reissue is that it has the original movie artwork on the cover, even though the old DVD "neon" artwork looked much cooler.
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3.0 out of 5 stars paging dr. west
this movie is really gorey and really funny at times. Combs has never been better and he gets inside his character well but theres a lot of things that I really felt that this... Read more
Published on Oct. 9 2003 by Michael Bolts
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Two Best "B" Sequals Ever Made
I thought that I saw it all in "Re-Animator", but director Brian Yuzna ("Return of the Living Dead 3" and "The Guyver") returned with the best script and cast that I have ever... Read more
Published on June 20 2003 by John E.
2.0 out of 5 stars Don't Waste Your Time or Your Money
The picture quality is decent, the audio horrible. It has this annoying hiss and when you put it in stereo the hiss just gets louder when the rest of the audio. Read more
Published on Oct. 17 2002 by Jonathan Church
2.0 out of 5 stars Like Re-Animator, Only Less So
Campy, silly horror, stressed story, poor acting, hit-and-miss effects. The not quite camp classic sequel to a camp classic that also is barely worth watching, and certainly not... Read more
Published on June 22 2002
4.0 out of 5 stars oh go finger this..no no eyeball that
You have to give Jeffrey Combs alot of credit in both Re-animator and Bride of Re-animator, I mean the guy manages to keep a straight face throughout both films. Read more
Published on April 22 2002 by william m.goodwin
2.0 out of 5 stars Tiresome sequel to a classic...
When I saw BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR, I thought it to be awful, and thought it made absolutely no sense. The original is a classic, one of the best horror films ever made, but this... Read more
Published on Feb. 23 2002 by Ryan Clark
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