Watchers III (1994) is an American-Peruvian science fiction horror movie that was shot entirely in Peru and is the sequel to Watchers (1988). The movie is a rip-off/cliche of Predator (1987) and is based on a Dean Koontz novel. Jeremy Stanford (Fashion House (2006), Wicked Wicked Games (2006), Stepmonster (1993)) failed miserably at executing this extremely painful movie to watch. The dog in the movie is not much more smarter than a dog in one of my favorite TV shows, Lassie (1997), and also Air Bud (1997) movie.
Watcher III revolves around a top secret experiment that resulted in obtaining two intelligent species. One is Einstein, who is a golden retriever that has an IQ of 175. The other is the Outsider who is a deformed monster that only seeks to kill so that it can avenge its creator. Ferguson (Wings Hauser - The Insider (1999), Rubber (2010), The Siege of Firebase Gloria (1989), Death Street USA (1988)) was sent by the government to capture the Outsider after it eventually escapes the South American jungle. Ferguson found out that the government made the Outsider into a vengeful killing machine. Ferguson and a few ex-military convicts are seen on a mission to capture the Outsider who is considered to be a beast. The high-speed chase soon resulted in a carnage that was grotesque in every possible way. Einstein is the only one that can help because he is the only one that knows the Outsider’s motives. Einstein is also the only one that can outsmart the Outsider making the movie into man’s best friend battling against man’s worst nightmare.
The movie had nothing good going for it and was too much of a cliche that did not have enough meat to stand out from the rest. The movie was executed poorly and did not get any help from the poor acting from the actors and poor special effects to make it something a little worthy of watching. I do not recommend this movie to anyone to watch because there is not one good thing I found about this movie.
About Watchers 3 (1994)
Starring: William Butler, Frank Novak, Wings Hauser, Gregory Scott Cummins, Daryl Keith Roach, John Linton, Lolita Ronalds, Ider Cifuentes Martin, Carlos Gonzales, Christian Meier, Matt Singer
Director: Jeremy Stanford