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Plot: 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 damage... Runtime: 89 min Release Date: 12 Oct 2018
On the edge of my seat from beginning to end. If you're a horror fan it's a must watch. Acting was superb, especially the little girl played by Victoria Mena.
Beyond Happy With the Trilogy (by robbgaliano)
I first encountered the original "Malevolence" on a trip to Blockbuster. To say the box art did the film little justice is an understatement. It looked like a low budget "Halloween" rip-off. Taking a flier and having seen practically every movie in the store I decided to give it a shot. I've been happy with that decision ever since. The Director/Writer/Composer/Editor/ Jack of All Trades, Stevan Mena, has crafted a wonderful trilogy of films, each with it's own feel and scale. It's a trilogy that builds to a wonderful conclusion. I'd be remiss to not say <more>
that the films have a Carpenter-esque quality to them."Malevolence 3: Killer" is equal parts scary and thoughtful. I know some people will consider a 10/10 a ridiculous score and I will stipulate the rating is influenced by the fact that I felt as if I had uncovered a gem with the original. I felt a certain sense of pride when "Bereavement" was announced and satisfied when it was released.There was a time where it looked like the trilogy would never come to fruition. It was on and off and on again for some time. Mena would post updates and then post about the Mets for a year and go silent about the movie. I started to think "Well, this isn't going to happen". I'm happy that it has.I don't want to give away anything because I think they are movies that should be seen with as little information as possible. They are horror movies, that's all you need to know. They are low budget and works of passion by a director who deserves and rightfully should get more work. I have waited years to see this film and it did not disappoint.So, watch this movie. Give it a shot. Halloween, the film and the holiday are right around the corner, if you like thought-provoking horror movies what have you got to lose? I am not saying this because I have any connection to the film or am being paid to do so. I reviewed the original when I saw it and gushed over it then. I showed it to countless friends. I genuinely love this franchise Wow, it is weird thinking of that one lonely copy at Blockbuster being a franchise .Thanks for the films Stevan, hope to see you director/writer etc, etc, etc credits on future projects.P,S, As a child of the 80's it is always great to see Adrienne Barbeau in anything.
Saw the premier last night and loved it. A must see for fans of classic 70's and 80's horror films. They don't make them like this anymore. I was a fan of the previous films in the Malevolence trilogy and this doesn't dissapoint. I recommend this one as well as the others in the trilogy. I will definitely add this dvd to my horror dvd collection.
This movie reignited my love for horror films. A fantastic piece of nostalgia! (by SMoMoney)
As a lifelong horror fan, this movie ranks as one of my favorites. I'm 45 years old and watching Malevolence 3: Killer brought me back to my days in high school reading Fangoria magazine from cover to cover. It reignited my love for horror films. It's fantastic fun from the first frame to the last. The camera angles, the soundtrack ! , the scares, the laughs, the tension, the cast, the action... All of these elements are executed with absolute perfection. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. Katie Gibson, the lead actress, is truly a breakout talent. It's also refreshing <more>
to see genre staples like Adrienne Barbeau. I can not wait to watch it again. Trust me, if you are a horror fan, this is a MUST! A simply fantastic piece of nostalgia.
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 <more>
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.
I was very excited when Malevolence 3 was announced and waited and ordered the entire trilogy so I had them all. I rewatched the first 2 which are extraordinary so I could refresh for the third and it was not a let down. While the first 2 movies were more original, it was all a lead up to this great film with one of the better horror villains ever. What I can say without spoiling anything is that if you are a fan of Friday the 13th and even more so Halloween, then you owe it to yourself to not just see this great 3rd film, but the entire trilogy. It is truly special.
A welcome return to old school slasher style (by jaguiar313)
Malevolence 3: Killer opens with the final scenes of the first film...remember, Bereavement was a prequel...with serial killer Martin Bristol Jay Cohen escaping into the woods. Martin, in true Michael Myers fashion, returns to his childhood home town and begins a killing spree. He leaves a trail of bodies as he returns to the house he was born in, which is now home to pretty student and musician Elle Katie Gibson and her roommates Tara Kelsey Deanne and the vivacious Lynn Alli Caudle . Drawn to the three girls, Martin begins stalking them, killing anyone who crosses his path. All the <more>
while Agent Perkins Kevin McKelvey is hot on his trail in hopes to stop Martin before he kills again.Malevolence was a solid slasher homage giving us elements that evoked both Halloween and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Bereavement was something all it's own with a portrait of a deranged killer Brett Rickaby teaching his grim trade to kidnapped little boy, Martin Spencer List . With the third installment, Stevan Mena returns to a more traditional slasher film with the adult Martin paying his home town a bloody visit and a trio of young girls picking the wrong house to preside in. As such, Mena crafts another solid slasher flick much on par with his original. The film doesn't quite have the emotional resonance of his creation of a serial killer prequel, though there are some scenes with Martin's grieving mother Ashley Wolfe and grandmother the legendary Adrienne Barbeau , which work nicely on that level. In most slashers if the killer's mother is still alive, she's usually portrayed as equally deranged, so this was a nice change and added some depth. Most importantly, the film does do what it's supposed to do and does it well. It's paced much like the slashers of the early 80s with a moderate burn till the last act. There is some traditional skin shown by it's lovely cast and the kills are bloody and brutal, yet grounded, so they keep their impact and avoid the outlandishness of many other slasher franchises. Mena's killer is effective and needs no mask to elicit chills and his prey are a likable group of girls and neighbors, so we feel for them. When that last act comes and Martin and Elle throw down, it's intense and bloody as Agent Perkins closes in...but will it be in time? On a technical level Mena's shots are excellently framed, that and his cinematography evokes Carpenter and Dean Cundey in the very best way. The film looks very good for a low budget flick and except for a few shots of Katie Gibson's hair changing length a bit, there is really no evidence the film had such a troubled production. Again, a filmmaker's passion and perseverance found a way to complete his vision.Cast-wise Mena hits a home run with the casting of Katie Gibson as Elle. Her Elle is sweet, strong and a very likable young lady. She is also tough and resilient when Martin finally moves in for the kill. She's a great final girl in every sense of the word and even gets to play a variation of the traditional babysitter, when, thanks to Martin, her young neighbor Victoria Victoria Mena finds herself all alone. If Stevan Mena continues this franchise or makes another horror film, I hope he brings Gibson along. As Martin, Jay Cohen is an imposing figure. He doesn't speak, but isn't hidden behind a mask, so the actor has to display his cold blooded-ness with only his eyes and facial expression and he does so very well...and rememeber, Martin also has congenital analgesia, so he can't feel pain. Kevin McKelvey returns for his third go as Perkins and fits the mold of the "Dr. Loomis" of the film. He's tough and strong, yet there is also compassion, as he recognizes that in some ways Martin is just as much a victim as he is a killer. This touch helps Perkins avoid being a stereotype. Barbeau is effective in her few scenes as Martin's grandmother, as is Ashley Wolfe returning as Martin long-suffering mom. In support, Alli Caudle and Kelsey Deanne are likable as the saucy Lynn and studious Tara, respectively and it is sad Scott Decker was not able to complete his role, as Agent Roland is a likable character with, unavoidably, too little screen time. RIP.Overall, this was a solid slasher and another example of Stevan Mena's love of the genre. IMO Bereavement is one of the best horror films in the last ten years and Mena wisely doesn't try to replicate it. Sequel instead returns to basics to display the results of Graham Sutter's Rickaby work in Martin. It has a moderate pace echoing it's influences and delivers the goods from some bloody kills to a resilient and very endearing final girl. Mena overcame some heavy obstacles to complete his trilogy and one hopes the trilogy becomes a series and Malevolence 4 will be a smoother production and come sooner than the eight years between these films. Mena is yet another filmmaker people need to be talking more about and another example that you can get your film made!
Mena is back at it and I couldn't be happier! (by vpicturesproductions)
Back in 2003 I purchased Malevolence on DVD, completely on a whim because I saw it advertised in Fangoria. I wasn't exactly sure what to expect...but the next hour and half was a thrill ride. An indie horror-slasher at it's finest. Mena wrote, directed and shot an amazing love letter to classic slashers such as Halloween and Texas Chainsaw Massacre; I became an immediate fan. Around 2011 I found out that Mena returned for a prequel Bereavement that I was completely unaware of. The film, starring Michael F'ing Biehn, the beautiful Alexandra Daddario and John Savage??!!?? YES! The <more>
film delivered and proved that Mena was now well versed in all things horror and this was his stamp on the genre. In my opinion the film is damn near perfect.This year I heard that Mena was returning for a third installment in the franchise and my excitement went through the roof. I'll be honest, though, when I watched the trailer I was a bit nervous. After watching it my nerves were calmed as Mena wove together a perfect sequel. Much like it's inspiration of Halloween, the film picks up right where Malevolent ended and never lets up. Although I feel it is a minor step back to the quality of the original, it's still one of the best slasher films this year.I absolutely LOVED seeing Adrienne Barbeau in the film. She's been an all time favorite of mine since seeing her in The Fog and Swamp Thing...but enough of Adrienne, there's not more to be said about her that hasn't already been said. I want to talk about the film's lead, Katie Gibson. The moment she showed up on screen I immediately fell in love. She is absolutely amazing. Best final girl casting since Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween. She's beautiful with an innocent quality, yet tough enough to take on the killer of Martin. I can't say enough good things about her. Being an indie filmmaker myself it's not very often that I see someone in a film that really captivates me the way Gibson did... I hope we see more of her in future films because I'm in awe. I even hope to work with her one day.All in all Malevolence 3: Killer is a return to form slasher film; one that feels refreshing, yet oldschool all at once. I couldn't be happier to see Stevan Mena back doing what he does best, and I just hope we see more soon!