Finally being held accountable for his catastrophic experiments in re-animating the dead, Dr Herbert West (Combs) finds himself incarcerated at a maximum-security penitentiary. With the arrival of a new prison doctor who happens to be an enthusiastic student of Wests work, the medical deviant is afforded the opportunity to resume his grisly studies – this time on his fellow inmates, with predictably hair-raising results.
Once again helmed by gore guru Brian Yuzna (Bride of Re-Animator, Society) with memorably imaginative make-up effects by Screaming Mad George (Society, The Guyver), Beyond Re-Animator breathes new life into the hit horror franchise.
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SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS
– High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
– Original DTS-HD MA 5.1 and 2.0 audio options
– Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
– Audio commentary by director Brian Yuzna
– Isolated score track featuring an interview with composer Xavier Capellas
– Beyond & Back, an interview from 2018 with Yuzna
– Death Row Side Show, an interview from 2018 with Jeffrey Combs
– Six Shots by Midnight, an interview with S.T. Toshi, author of I Am Providence: The Life and Times of H.P. Lovecraft
– All in the Head: Brian Yuzna on the Re-Animator Chronicles, an archive interview with the director looking back at the franchise
– In Prison with the Dead, an on-set documentary made by Yazid Benfeghoul for his Gore News fanzine, featuring interviews with Yuzna, Screaming Mad George and others
– Production Art Gallery by illustrator Richard Raaphorst
– Electronic press kit featurette, plus interviews with Yuzna and the cast, and behind-the-scenes footage
– Press conference footage, featuring Yuzna and the cast
– Interviews filmed at the Sitges Film Festival in 2002
– Music video for Move Your Dead Bones by Dr. Reanimator
– Alternate opening credits
– Theatrical trailers
– Image gallery
– Reversible sleeve featuring new and original artwork by Gary Pullin
FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collectors booklet featuring new writing on the film by Xavier Aldana Reyes and Michael Doyle