Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation (2006)

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In this 3D prequel to the 2006 cult hit, pyrophobic mortician Gerald Tovar, Jr. inherits the family mortuary and accidentally exposes hundreds of uncremated bodies to toxic medical waste. As the corpses re-animate, Gerald's inheritance-seeking younger brother, Harold unexpectedly shows up and stumbles upon Gerald trying to keep the zombie outbreak under control. Sibling rivalry gives way to madness as Harold discovers Gerald's dark secret - the freshly exhumed and zombified corpse of their father.
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R
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Horror
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Cast

Andrew Divoff
as Gerald Tovar Jr.
Jeffrey Combs
as Harold Tovar
Sarah Lieving
as Cristie
Denice Duff
as Sister Sara
Robin Sydney
as DyeAnne
Scott Thomson
as Werner Gottshok
Adam Chambers
as Russell
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Audience Reviews for Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation

The very few zombies this movie contains do have nice make-up, but the effects are badly-done cartoonish computer blood. Other than these small features, the film is about two brothers and a few other people talking.

Darrin Craig
Darrin Craig

ok. 3D zombie action, poor script, and plot holes galore makes this side-swipe in a campy first--everything else a distant 10th Fun! don't expect anything more and you just might enjoy it! ;-))

rajun khajun
rajun khajun
½

A supposed prequel to Night of the Living Dead 3D, a terrible film in itself, Re-Animation is of about the same caliber: tired and cliche. It might provide an evening's worth of entertainment for a horror fan who has seen everything else, but it will certainly not leave much of an impression.

Al Miller
Al Miller

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