Subject Two
Director Philip Chidel breathes new life into a timeless horror classic in this updated twist on the spine-tingling tale of a scientist obsessed with resurrecting the dead. Aided by his troubled assistant, Adam (Christian Oliver) -- who volunteers himself as a test subject -- the hermetic Dr. Franklin Vick (Dean Stapleton) works in his remote mountain lab on a top secret experiment to reanimate Adam's corpse. But what is the price of immortality?

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

It's a simple horror premise that could go so wrong: The apprentice of a mad doctor studying immortality keeps waking up only to be murdered again. The film is moody and approaches philosophical, and succeeds at being unsettling more often than scary.

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