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Vee Repo-Haalo almost 7 years ago
mad scientist creates re-animated flesh and body parts. Yes please. My favorite.
Michael Cole 3 years ago
It is what it is
Noah Rymer almost 4 years ago
one of the best crazy grind house horror movies out there. legendary cult classic.
Nick Faber almost 5 years ago
A little too mean-spirited for my liking, but lots of fun gore and camp throughout.
Austin 5 years ago
Quite amazing.
ma11achy over 6 years ago
Omg brilliant! So funny
Keith Shorey over 6 years ago
A Halloween essential. The "Psycho" theme rendition was a great touch.
Steve Tetreault 7 years ago
Such good reviews; so horrible.
Greigh Johanson over 7 years ago
This is simply the coolest zombie films ever made. A genuine and appreciated classics!
Masha Marsheva over 7 years ago
This film is properly messed up.
Glen Maddern over 7 years ago
Wow. I think it's the goriest film I've ever seen.
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
JustinMFnTime over 1 year ago
Asm Nabil over 1 year ago
Hiram Soto over 1 year ago
Abigail Keller over 1 year ago
Kris Burgess over 2 years ago
Dan almost 3 years ago
Rebekah over 3 years ago
Re-Animator is a 1985 American science fiction horror film based on the H. P. Lovecraft story "Herbert West–Reanimator." Directed by Stuart Gordon, it was the first film in the Re-Animator series. The film has since become a cult film, driven by fans of Jeffrey Combs (who stars as Herbert West) and H. P. Lovecraft, extreme gore, and the combination of horror and comedy. At Zurich University Institute of Medicine in Switzerland, Herbert West brings his dead professor, Dr. Hans Gruber (Al Berry), back to life. There are horrific side-effects, however; as West explains, the dosage was too large. When accused of killing Gruber, West counters: "I gave him life!" West arrives at Miskatonic University in New England in order to further his studies. He rents a room from medical student Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott) and converts the building's basement into his own personal laboratory. There is an instant animosity between West and faculty member Dr. Carl Hill (David Gale). West declares that Hill...
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