If you haven't seen the film, a brief synopsis: Med student Herbert West develops a serum that can bring back the dead and wacky, bloody complications ensue. And I do mean bloody: the first few rows of the theatre are a designated "splash zone," where audience members will get sprayed down with blood and gore. A helpful hint if you go this route: cover your mouth because you might get some in there, you'll be laughing so hard. After the jump, there's a clip that will give you some idea what you're in for.
Gordon began his career in theatre, working alongside the likes of David Mamet, before making a name for himself with the "Re-Animator" films and movies like "From Beyond" and "Castle Freak," all of which starred the great Jeffrey Combs. Lately, he's been returning to theatre with a vengance, having directed the critically acclaimed "Nevermore," a one-man show starring Combs as Edgar Allen Poe, that is still running. Last year, I had the opportunity to interview them together, and it's amazing that my head didn't explode, since I'm such a fan of both of them and Combs was one of my first movie crushes (which explains a lot about me.)
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