Monthly Archives: October 2016

Review: Beyond Re-Animator (2003)

  Beyond Re-Animator is an unadulteratedly witless and trashy film that has a transcendent gonzo quality that ultimately turns it from an awful picture into a midnight movie delight. It is the sort of film where people would be shouting … Continue reading

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Review: Bride of Re-Animator (1990)

The opening credits to Bride of Re-Animator are a microcosm for central problems that plague the sequel to the 1985 horror comedy. It announces a limping modesty with its title barely engulfing H.P. Lovecraft’s name as opposed to the original … Continue reading

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Review: Re-Animator (1985)

Re-Animator is an admirable horror comedy that succeeds because of its subtle construction in illustrating the tightrope dichotomy of its dual genres. An excellent example of this comes in the pre-credit sequence which shows an assortment of medical staff and … Continue reading

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Reviews on the Road Volume 1: The Edinburgh Edition

Introduction Amidst the fusion of historical beauty and natural greenery, Edinburgh contained some characteristic cinemas that keep the flame of independence films alive and the continued sustenance of tent pole fare. And like the city itself which has deeply rooted … Continue reading

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