After his wife is brutally murdered, a policeman transfers to patrol duty at a college, only to discover that the now-executed murderder may be brought back to life as part of a professor's experiment.
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C. Thomas Howell,
If Detective Mark Ryan ever wanted to see someone executed, then serial killer William Charles Lee, who killed Ryan's wife, but even that doesn't satisfy him. After five years of complaints against Ryan, the bitchy Community Relations official gets him banished as 'liaison' to the prestigious college's campus police. Luckily his partner, Chris Thomson, admires a real cop who isn't afraid to use his gun. When professor Arkin has all funds cut to continue ten years of nanotechnology research inserting DNA to revive cells in a dead body, he and his foxy female assistant go ahead 'privately' using a prison-supplied corps; Ryan interrupts them at the crucial phase, but not in time to stop it, and soon suspects correctly the resurrected man is Lee, whose murderous drive immediately strikes again, and more then once... Written by
I'd give "Evil Never Dies" 3 stars out of 5. At first I was disappointed. 1. It seemed like a typical "made for tv Superstation movie." and 2. I felt like the writer/ director had made some mistakes that made the plot harder to follow.
However, I was wrong. Stick with the movie. It WILL make sense in the end. Probably less action movie than the typical Superstation fare, "Evil Never Dies" gives your brain something to work out.
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