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By Matt Speer | November 12, 2004

Taking a cue from Herbert West, perhaps his best known character from the “Re-Animator” trilogy, Jeffrey Combs regularly brings life to a genre in frequent need of resuscitation. He’s joined a horror film lineage of theater-trained actors like Christopher Lee and Vincent Price, guys who played each role to the hilt no matter the budget or quality of the film itself. He frequently extends his work outside of the genre with independent films like “Love and a .45”, as well as his extensive television work (which has included regular appearances on the 3 most recent “Star Trek” spin-offs). With the long-awaited “Beyond Re-animator” hitting shelves earlier this year, I spoke with Jeffrey Combs about the film, the industry, and Hollywood’s plague of horror remakes.

Get the interview in part two of BEYOND JEFFREY COMBS>>>

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