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Not as maddenly hillarious nor entertaining as the first one, Bride of Reanimator is an antonishingly serious film as far as it gets: the plot is a lot less lunatic than the first, but when we’re talking about the sequel to one of the funniest horror comedies ever made, this isn’t exactly the best compliment you can give. There is also the big problem that too many sub-plots that really don’t add anything to the main focus of the film, so to speak, which is the reanimation of a golem.
The performances are just as over the top as the first and the make up and special effects (if we ignore the bat-head) are top-notch, but the movie simply doesn’t feels as awesome.

Not as maddenly hillarious nor entertaining as the first one, Bride of Reanimator is an antonishingly serious film as far as it gets: the plot is a lot less lunatic than the first, but when we’re talking about the sequel to one of the funniest horror comedies ever made, this isn’t exactly the best compliment you can give. There is also the big problem that too many sub-plots that really don’t add anything to the main focus of the film, so to speak, which is the reanimation of a golem.

The performances are just as over the top as the first and the make up and special effects (if we ignore the bat-head) are top-notch, but the movie simply doesn’t feels as awesome.