Dead Heat
1988
At a suspect laboratory, two cops uncover a high-tech "resurrection room" that recycles criminals -- and makes them virtually indestructible. The cops take a fall but get a new lease on life as zombies bent on bringing the perpetrators to justice.

Scott Hardie: “It sucked.”

This is a hilariously bad action/horror/comedy blend from the late 80s. Several lines are laugh-out-loud funny, due to the staggering lack of self-consciousness demonstrated. The special effects are fine, especially in one scene set in a butcher shop where the carved-up corpses become reanimated, but the story logic is broken and the dialogue is just painful. Thank goodness it has the mercy to be over in just 80 minutes.

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