From Beyond (1986)

R   |    |  Horror, Sci-Fi

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A group of scientists have developed the Resonator, a machine which allows whoever is within range to see beyond normal perceptible reality. But when the experiment succeeds, they are immediately attacked by terrible life forms.

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  • Barbara Crampton in From Beyond (1986)
  • Barbara Crampton and Ken Foree in From Beyond (1986)
  • Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton in From Beyond (1986)
  • Barbara Crampton in From Beyond (1986)
  • Jeffrey Combs in From Beyond (1986)
  • Barbara Crampton and Ted Sorel in From Beyond (1986)

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3 March 2010 | Rathko
| Classic Eighties Splatter
An eighties minor classic from Stuart Gordon, the cult-king of cinematic Lovecraft. A young physicist, accused of the murder of his research partner, is accompanied back to the scene of the crime by his psychiatrist and a cop. There, they activate The Resonator, allowing terrifying creatures from a hidden dimension access to our world. The movie features the most cutting edge physical special effects of its time, with a half ton of latex, slime, blood, and puppetry being employed in bringing the monsters to life. Twenty five years later, however, it's tough not to laugh. The acting is hammy, and the plot completely nonsensical at times, with a particularly WTF scene that involves Barbara Crampton discovering her inner freak in Dr Pretorius' S&M dungeon. But it's still entertaining, particularly once Jeffrey Combs starts sucking out eyeballs, and well worth watching.

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