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Film Review - The Lazarus Effect


“The Lazarus Effect” has the unenviable task of trying to assemble a full-blooded horror experience without a significant budget and varied locations. It’s yet another Blumhouse Productions cheapy, but instead of jazzing up the ordinary with some directorial finesse, David Gelb loses his plan of attack quickly, hanging on for dear life as the movie stumbles through junk science and PG-13-level nightmare imagery, with a faint “don’t mess with the beyond” message pinched from a dozen “Twilight Zone” episodes. It’s not eat-your-ticket-stub bad, but “The Lazarus Effect” doesn’t work at all, perhaps most successful at putting the audience to sleep. Read the rest at


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