Martin Bristol returns to where it all began: the home where he was kidnapped from. But he is not the boy who disappeared over 10 years ago. Tortured and abused at the hands of his ...
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Can you keep a secret? I haven't heard anyone for a long time until they arrived. They came for help and they broke the rules. I tried to warn them but it was too late. Little did they know. The party is over. Who will survive?
Antonio de la Cruz
A group of graduate students conduct a sleep deprivation study in the 80s, but something goes terribly wrong with a test subject. After their department is shut down, the team moves forward in secret - only this time on themselves.
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Spencer T. Folmar
Martin Bristol returns to where it all began: the home where he was kidnapped from. But he is not the boy who disappeared over 10 years ago. Tortured and abused at the hands of his psychotic captor, Graham Sutter, Martin is damaged beyond repair. Lurking in the shadows of suburbia, he stalks and kills without remorse. Special Agent William Perkins follows Martin's trail of terror, desperate to capture him before he kills again. Martin's family, mourning his disappearance for over 10 years, is informed not only that he is alive, but that he is responsible for the wave of murder sweeping through their town. Will they be able to reunite with their long lost son before it's too late, or will Perkins have to use excessive force to bring him down?Written by
I have watched all 3 Malevolence movies and to be honest I have seen a lot of bad horror movies come out repeating the same stories over and over again to make a buck. I'm not here to slam them so they will remain nameless. The best thing about this trilogy is its originality. Sure it borrows some cinematography from great ones but the storyline is original even if some of the scenes are intentional. The best in the series I think was the second which was the prequel to the first with a outstanding performance from Brett Rickaby playing Graham Sutter. Now as far as this movie Malevolence 3 is concerned I am just happy we all got to see it noting that this film was shelved for a long time....The film pic ks up where the first Malevolence left off and continues from there. Stevan mena's score from the opening credits lets you know that we are back in Martin Bristol's world and the story continues.... Only problem i had with the movie was 2 things Martin should have retained the mask from the first to keep him a little more menacing and mysterious like in the first.. Also correct me if i'm wrong, the issue of Martin not being able to feel pain was lost in this movie and because his mother was in it i felt it should have been touched upon. I loved this trilogy and I salute Stevan Mena for coming full circle. I know some people may disagree with my take and that's fine we all have different viewpoints. I just hope we have not seen the last of Stevan mena even if he goes forward with something completely new... I will always be a fan.
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