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Surpassing even the great "re-animator", "from beyond" is a fantastic horror film that boasts a great score, great acting, plot, and so-on. Jeffery Combs delivers the good once again, and Ken Foree, one of the most underrated actors (in my opinion) of all time is great as the tough, face-stuffing cop as well. And Barbara Crampton's scene is great! (you know what I'm talking about).......Excellent special effects too, loads of awesome slimy monsters and cool transformation scenes by Mark Shotorom.
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