Re-Animator

Trivia: Based only very loosely on the story "Herbert West: Reanimator" by H.P. Lovecraft, taking great liberties with the original story. This was, reportedly, one of Lovecraft's least favorite among his stories, one that he only wrote in order to "pay the bills."

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Trivia: The theme music of "Re-Animator" is a deliberate adaptation of the theme music from Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 movie, "Psycho," originally composed by Bernard Hermann. In the Millennium edition DVD of "Re-Animator," composer Richard Band said that his "Re-Animator" score is a tribute or homage to Bernard Hermann's "Psycho" score; this fact was supposed to be noted in the "Re-Animator" credits, but was accidentally omitted, leading to more than a little confusion and controversy among fans for decades.

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