You want a refreshing different zombie love-story with maligned body parts and a super hot Melinda Clarke pierced over her entire body? Yes, please. It is also gruesomely depressing and sad like a Romeo & Juliet for the Goth generation. It's also superior to both the original movie and it's sequel and would probably have been more highly regarded had it been released with a different title.
Endlessly fascinating work from the pre-Scream deadzone of the early 90s. Yuzna doesn't always seem to have the tone under control and many scenes are a tad limp, but there's a bold commitment to the body-mod horror angle and the two leads play the bizarre material arrow-straight which makes for some genuine pathos and heartbreak. For me, this oddity ranks among the greatest misunderstood horror sequels.
Interesting that this is essentially a Romeo & Juliet style love-story between a living boy & his undead girlfriend, years before such conventions would become the mainstream (the internal dilemmas of recent films Life After Beth & Burying the Ex are clear descendants). Beyond the novelty of this, there's little to recommend. The first Return of the Living Dead is one of the great comedy-horrors; this is neither.