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  1. Society is a 1989 American body horror film directed by Brian Yuzna and starring Billy Warlock, Devin DeVasquez, Evan Richards, and Ben Meyerson.Its plot follows a Beverly Hills teenager who begins to suspect that his wealthy parents are part of a gruesome cult for the social elite.

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  3. 08/07/1990 · Bride of Re-Animator: Directed by Brian Yuzna. With Jeffrey Combs, Bruce Abbott, Claude Earl Jones, Fabiana Udenio. Doctors Herbert West and Dan Cain discover the secret to creating human life and proceed to create a perfect woman from dead tissue.

  4. 25/02/1994 · Return of the Living Dead III: Directed by Brian Yuzna. With Kent McCord, James T. Callahan, Sarah Douglas, Melinda Clarke. Having recently witnessed the horrific results of a top secret project to bring the dead back to life, a distraught youth performs the operation on his girlfriend after she's killed in a motorcycle accident.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Re-AnimatorRe-Animator - Wikipedia

    In the book Lurker in the Lobby: A Guide to the Cinema of H. P. Lovecraft, producer-director Brian Yuzna mentions an idea that he had for a fourth Re-Animator. This version would have been titled Island of Re-Animator, and would have been strongly influenced by the H. G. Wells novel The Island of Doctor Moreau.

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  7. Beyond Re-Animator, de Brian Yuzna (2003). Los novios búlgaros, de Eloy de la Iglesia (2003). Die Another Day, de Lee Tamahori (2002). Alas rotas, de Carlos Gil (2002). Quia, de Silvia Munt (2001). El mar, de Agustí Villaronga (2000). El color de las nubes, de Mario Camus (1997). 99.9, (1997). Hasta la victoria siempre de Juan Carlos Desanzo ...