Return of the Living Dead III

1993

Action / Horror / Romance / Sci-Fi

17
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 44%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 40%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 11675

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Melinda Clarke as Julie Walker
Sarah Douglas as Colonel Sinclair
Kent McCord as Colonel John Reynolds
Dana Lee as Store Owner
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650.18 MB
1280*714
English
R
25 fps
1hr 37 min
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English
R
25 fps
1hr 37 min
P/S 0 / 8

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Thy Davideth 7 / 10

Necrophilia

Return Of The Living Dead 3 is not your standard zombie flick which is a good thing considering the endless amount of zombie flicks having the same [email protected]$&ing concept of survival and $#!+. This is a romance zombie horror film focusing on this douche bag and the broad who's ass is picture perfect and their venture into something a rather and despite the disturbing aspects that the douche is copulating a corpse, love conquers all so [email protected]& the authorities, I'm humping a dead woman, b!+(#! The gore is abundant and the effects are great, the story is original and nicely executed and the acting is actual good even though the douche was a nozzle and a retard. Even though it doesn't quite follow the same aspects of the two previous entries and, well, it shouldn't of been called Return Of The Living Dead 3 in the first place, it's still a good follow up and is recommended to those for a taste of something different.

Reviewed by hellholehorror 8 / 10

This movie is insane

It looks a little cheap and the army base is unconvincing. The aspect ratio is ugly. The sound is fine. The practical effects are totally awesome. Technical ample would be my summary. This movie is insane. If you are into piercings then you would love this. The characters are nuts but fascinating. It matches the nutty gore. I love how insane this movie is. It is funny, gory, stupid and so entertaining. This is the craziest stuff ever. Up there with The Evil Dead (1981) and Braindead (1992).

Reviewed by bowmanblue 7 / 10

Good little zombie flick (rotten sequel)

If you're looking for an excellent, fun little zombie film, filled with laughs, gore and general gross-outs... then watch 'Return of the Living Dead.' That's 'Part I' that is. 'Part II' was basically 'zombies for kids' (even if it did try to follow on directly from the original and keep the humour/gore style intact. However, 'Part III' doesn't really feel like part of the saga at all. Yes, it continues to chart what happens to barrels of the chemical '245 Trioxin' (the stuff that creates zombies, if you're interested!), but, apart from that, it's a whole new film.

You can understand those who enjoyed the first one (and the second didn't have too many fans to begin with) being disappointed with the third entry. It's really a sequel in name only. But, believe it or not, not a bad film.

Yes, it doesn't have a budget and no, it doesn't really have any actors who are that famous, but it did have an original little concept (for its time). Back in 1993 the idea of zombies having an 'inner conscious' was actually something new. Since zombies came back into fashion, we've had all sorts of takes on that idea, but in the early nineties, when a girl dies before her time in a (easily prevented!) motorcycle accident, then her boyfriend uses his dad's access to the military base and its stores of Trioxin to bring her back. Naturally, things don't go to plan. Yes, his beloved Julie returns to him, but also with a desire to eat anyone not going out with her.

Don't expect a masterpiece. It's one of those films that, if you like the genre and can find it for free (it must be on Netflix or the like by now!), then you'll probably enjoy it. The two primary characters are likable (if a little stupid at times) for you to care enough about and there's some decent (non CGI) gore to keep the 'claret-lovers' happy.

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