Beyond Re-Animator

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Beyond Re-Animator Review


The third Re-Animator film (18 years after the original!) finds Herbert West in prison but still finding time to work on his Frankensteinian experiments in a corner of his cell. He's getting a little better at it, too, perfecting his green serum. Alas, when an inmate dies of a heart attack, re-animation turns him into a crazed zombie. A comely reporter on the scene fares a bit better, but when riots break out in the prison (zombies and non-zombies alike), all hell breaks loose. Minimal creature effects make this by far the least interesting of the series, including the lackluster Bride of Re-Animator. But come 2015, I'll be curious to see if Herbert has finally mastered his formula. I figure be then he'll be retired and a billionaire, having conquered death. Now that's a movie!


Beyond Re-Animator

Facts and Figures

Run time: 96 mins

In Theaters: Friday 25th July 2003

Budget: $3M

Distributed by: LionsGate Entertainment

Production compaines: Castelao Producciones, Filmax, Fantastic Factory (Filmax), Vía Digital

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 45%
Fresh: 5 Rotten: 6

IMDB: 5.9 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Dr. Herbert West, as Dr. Howard Phillips, as Laura Olney, Santiago Segura as Speedball, Lolo Herrero as Sergeant Moncho, Nico Baixas as Moses, Enrique Arce as Cabrera, Simón Andreu as Brando, Joaquín Ortega as Falcon, Raquel Gribler as Vanessa, Daniel Ortiz as Winni, as Young Howard 'Howie' Phillips, Bárbara Elorrieta as Emily Phillips


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