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Rejuvenatrix (1988)

R | | Horror, Sci-Fi | July 1988 (USA)
A rich actress who has gotten too old for leading roles employs a scientist who is working on a formula for eternal youth. The formula involves withdrawing certain fluids from the human ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
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Elizabeth Warren / The Monster
John MacKay ...
Dr. Gregory Ashton
James Hogue ...
Wilhelm
Katell Pleven ...
Dr. Stella Stone
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Ruth Warren
Marcus Powell ...
Dr. Germaine
Roy MacArthur ...
Hunter
Louis Homyak ...
Tony the Guard (as Louis F. Homyak)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Goddess Ambrosia ...
Belly Dancer
Dwayne Coles ...
Detective 3
Caroline Durham ...
Go-Go Dancer
Beverly Eaby ...
Go-Go Dancer
Irene Fitzpatrick ...
Nurse Jones
Diamond Geary ...
Detective 1
Kim Geraghty ...
Girl 2
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A rich actress who has gotten too old for leading roles employs a scientist who is working on a formula for eternal youth. The formula involves withdrawing certain fluids from the human brain. She takes the serum, but its unforseen side effects turn her into a murderous monster. Written by Anonymous

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The Fountain Of Youth For The Living Dead. See more »

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Horror | Sci-Fi

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The Rejuvenator  »

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[first lines]
Dr. Gregory Ashton: Yes?
Dr. Stella Stone: Doctor, have you been to the animal section today?
Dr. Gregory Ashton: No, what's happened?
Dr. Stella Stone: I think you'd better see for yourself.
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Referenced in Splatterhouse (1988) See more »

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Turn Out the Lights
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A good horror movie in my opinion.
30 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

A rich actress who has gotten too old for leading roles employs a scientist who is working on a formula for eternal youth. The formula involves withdrawing certain fluids from the human brain. She takes the serum, but its unforseen side effects turn her into a murderous monster. Brian Thomas Jone's "The rejuvenator" is a surprisingly gory and ambitious horror outing, with a ambitious plot and some excellent make-up effects. Granted, it lacked down-to-Earth characters, but if you liked films like "Society" and "Re-animator", the The Rejuvenator may be up your alley. The final transformation sequence is astounding!


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