Title: Fantom Kiler 3

Also known as:
N/A

Year: 2003

Genre: Horror / Giallo / Sexploitation

Language: Polish

Runtime: 95 min

Director: Roman Nowicki

Writer: N/A

IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0466215/

Plot:
The Fantom Kiler returns for a third time. Killing any woman with loose morals, who dares to set foot in the woods.

Our thoughts:
I thought the "Fantom Kiler" movies couldn't get any worse than they already are, but turns out I was wrong. I know, I was shocked too. Apparently the people behind the movie finally gave up on the idea of these flicks being serious horror, and put all of their focus on the nudity and sleaze. Compared to the first two movies, where they created stupid situations that caused the women to get undressed and run around naked. Here they don't even bother with that, the women just get naked. Not only do they get naked, but they take the time to pose and strut their stuff too, although none of the characters acknowledge this, much like when characters break out into song and dance numbers in musicals.

Unfortunately the stupidity doesn't end there. No, because having naked women posing for the camera in a horror movie, isn't bad enough. It seems that they just threw together what ever they could to form a story, and didn't really stop and worry if it made any sense or not. So we not only get the plot revolving around the Fantom Kiler, killing women with loose morals and who happen to keep going into the same fucking woods where all the other women have died. Then they add in some scenes about two mechanics who take advantage of good looking women who come to their garage. Naturally they picked the wrong woman to fuck with for the movie, and she fights back. It really didn't serve any purpose other than being able to show a naked woman running around a garage, covered in oil, while wielding a chainsaw. There is no exaggeration there. While she is swinging the chainsaw at the men, they inter-cut scenes of the same woman posing for the camera, like it was a photo shoot for a dirty magazine.

There is a twist to the ending of the movie, and it doesn't do a bad job of connecting the three movies together, but it is just as ridiculous and as bad as everything else in the movie. I apologize that there isn't much to my reviews for the "Fantom Kiler" movies, but I really can't do much with these because there isn't anything to them other than nudity. Everything else is so poorly done, that they don't even qualify as good, bad-movies. They are just plain bad and only worth watching for the nudity, but with porn a just a click away on the computer. Why would you want to waste the time and money on these awful movies?


Positive things:
- Sorry but the women in these movies still count as a positive in my book, no matter how dumb the flicks maybe.
Negative things:
- Silly twist ending.
- The women taking the time to stop and pose for the camera. I thought this was suppose to be a horror movie, not a Playboy video.
- The garage fight sequence.
- The same things that are wrong with the other "Fantom Kiler" movies.

Rating:
Gore: 1/5
Nudity: 4/5
Story: 2/5
Effects: 2.5/5
Comedy: 1/5

We bought this movie from:
XploitedCinema.com

Reviewed by:
Preston




 

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