Bride Of Re-Animator details
|Starring:||Bruce Abbott, David Gale, Fabiana Udenio, Jeffrey Combs, Claude Earl Jones|
Bride Of Re-Animator
|Run time:||1 hour 37 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
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CLASSIC GOREBy a customer from LONDON UK , 28 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]NOT FOR EVERYONE,I LIKED THIS BECAUSE I LIKE LOW BUDDGET HORROR MOVIES.THIS IS PART:2 OF THE RE-ANIMATOR TRILOGY.IF YOUR NOT A FAN OF GORE THEN THIS ONE IS NOT FOR YOU.
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west created superwomanBy juradino (815 reviews) from London , 22 Nov 2011This sequel to Re-animator takes references to Bride of Frankenstein and Flesh for Frankenstein and combines them with visuals that hint at likes of Alien. It is more gothic with some Dracula hints thrown in. Music is more jazzy though it retains the Psycho theme. Probably as gory as its predecessor though picture itself is little hazy compared to it. You might like Death Warmed Up after watching this.
Hilarious sub-standard sequel in a sub-standard DVD transfer.By Cthulhuboy (30 reviews) from Sheffield , 06 Nov 2011This is an inventive and amusing but typically bad 80s schlock horror sequel, with many laugh out loud moments and the occasional witty one-liner. There is fun to be had, but you have to continually fight with the terrible cinematography, direction and editing.
Jeffrey Combs is however enjoyably twisted and creepy again as the mad scientist with the enormous Day-Glo syringe surrounded by blood-spurting bits of rubbery gore, and other characters from the original film 'flesh-out' the proceedings in as hammy a way as you could expect.
Having only seen Reanimator for the first time a few weeks back at the Celluloid Screams horrorfest in Sheffield, screened from an excellent quality original film print, I guess I could only be disappointed in a small-screen version of its follow up. However, this is one of the worst quality DVDs I've ever seen, looking and sounding like it had been transferred from a VHS copy of the film.
Very poor, and it further marred my enjoyment of what I knew was going to be a sub-standard sequel.
Eminently Watchable Gory ComedyBy a customer from Rye , 30 Sep 2010Classic schlock comedy. Although slightly slower to get started, Bride of Re-Animator is almost on a par with the first film, borrowing bits of its ending from Lovecraft's original tale. The crypt climax is truly loopy and Jeffrey Combs delivers the mad scientist lines with gusto, there is sadly nothing quite as mental and depraved as the gurney sequence from the original though. Like many other 80's films of the same ilk this is basically a 1950s B feature with buckets more blood, yuk moments, no real scares, in jokes, and plenty of silly fun.
ok filmBy a customer from Boldon Colliery , 23 Oct 2008this was a ok film didnt think of it found it a bit boreing as i have seen others dont bother unless you like that sort of thing.
Still good after all these yearsBy Shaun from Hexham , 10 Nov 2007I love the reanimator series. Having read the book by Lovecraft, and then seen the first, this is a good follow up. I grant you, not as good as the first, but then few are - the story continues from the first film with the two main characters (Wells and Cain) up to their old tricks again. Some nice little comic episodes along the way, and good squelchy effects keep this one entertaining, even after all these years.