Bride of Re-Animator has a simultaneously simple and messy plot. The core story of Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs) trying to create the perfect woman after discovering he can re-animate indivudual body parts feels every bit a classic Frankenstein story. Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott) is back and in a tough spot as he’s torn between Francesca Danelli (Fabiana Udenio)…
Kind of reminds me of Jim Henson/David Bowie collaboration The Labyrinth but made by an absolute fucking sadist.
I mean there's a lot less singing and puppets and a lot more skinless people and unfortunate encounters with razor wire. Apart from that pretty similar.
There barely seems to be a stab at story this time round. What's there is just to drive…
After losing his wife in a car accident, Nolan Wright (Mamoudou Athie) finds himself suffering from severe amnesia and effectively being looked after by his young daughter Ava (Amanda Christine). To try and put the pieces of his life back together he undergoes experimental treatment under the observation of Dr. Lilian Brooks (Phylicia Rashād) who is mourning the loss of her…
This film hit me pretty hard. I didn't come in completely cold but it still hit me hard.
A tragic character study of a woman suffering from post traumatic stress disorder brought about from horrific child sex abuse... If this was complete shclock I would have hated it... I probably wouldn't have finished it... But fortunately this film isn't that.
Do you ever wish you could forget one of your favourite films, just so you could experience it again for the very first time?
The two options are probably extremely dangerous brain surgery or numerous rounds of expensive hypnotherapy.
I've decided having children is the marginally less dangerous but ridiculously more expensive way of achieving this.
I've just watched The Wizard of Oz with my daughter on my lap. I experienced her every laugh at something funny, her…