A decent sequel to a good movie. Jeffrey Combs does an excellent job reprising his role as Herbert West. There are two moments in the movie where editing is greatly needed. A nice amount of gore to fill your needs. This movie does as excellen job as a sequel. The sparring scene between the mouse and the penis is something unexpected but wildly hilarious. The only problem I have with this movie is that there's not explanation on HOW he survived the end of "Bride of Re-Animator."
well it sticks to the vibes of the first two but the script is was more sloppy. Why did the riot happen? if your in jail you dont just start a riot because the gaurd drops his keys, if that were the case they could have beatin him up and stole the keys and rioted anytime they wanted, besides that its alright especially since combs returns once again as one of the maddest scientists of all time
Looks, feels and sounds like every other shitty mainstream horror movie of its decade, which was something the earlier entries in the franchise managed to avoid. This is all topped off with a painfully bad script, and a cast not willing or able to do much with it. The third act gets pretty frenetic but it's not quite enough to justify sitting through the first two. Aside from that jaunty leitmotif in the soundtrack, this is almost unrecognizable as a Re-Animator film.
Raspy and grimacing Jeffrey Combs is more Adam West than Dr. Herbert West as he faces off a cast of Spaniards in this cheapo installment. With hardly any creative humor, gore, or sex, it just staggers like a refrigerated corpse to the stoopid climax. Depressing.
a good pacing at the beginning gives way to complete over the top horror/action that should have failed considering the low budget and bad actors, but succeeds in spite of it's failings due to hilariously gruesome gore action.
Elsa Pataky is pretty talented. And as the ending credits roll, the film ends with a fight between a feral mouse and a re-animated severed penis. Other than that, there's nothing particularly interesting to see in the third Re-Animator film.
13 years after the last film, Dr. Herbert West is still conducting his experiments while in prison, and meets a young doctor interested in continuing his research into the reanimation of dead flesh. While the prison setting screams low budget, there's a ton of really good practical gore effects and Jeffrey Combs slips back into the skin of the creepy Dr. West with ease. Not quite as funny as the previous movies, though.