The Lazarus Effect sticks to using predominantly one small room as its home for horror. It focuses in on a tight-knit group of scientists who are researching and performing controlled experiments involving the resuscitation of freshly deceased lifeforms. The process is comprised of injecting a specially designed serum directly into the brain of the subject with a robotic arm equipped with a large needle. The group manages to bring an animal back to life but when a wrench is thrown into the gears and their progress is obstructed they end up rushing through another experiment. This leaves a scientist mortally wounded and the survivors with moral quandaries: should they bring them back and if they do, will they ever be the same?
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If you haven’t clicked the back button yet, WELCOME TO MY DEBUT REVIEW: Marvel’s The Avengers! It has taken me forever to finally get my ass in gear and actually write something. I will try to make this a weekly thing, if that’s okay with you. If you don’t like spoilers then you’re OK by me, but this review has some so do not read it if you don’t want to find out Snape kills Dumbledore. But, seriously, who has not seen this movie yet, gawd! Anyway, I have been fortunate to see The Avengers (in 3D) twice now in two very different settings. Continue reading