Species 3 (2004) Movie Review

Species 3 (2004)

2004 | R | Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi
111 minutes /

User Score: 50/100


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Species 3 Review

Synopsis:

Sara (Sunny Mabrey), the daughter of Eve (Natasha Henstridge) begins her mission to mate with humans, while a specialist military team hunt her down to kill her before its too late.

Well it was time to end the series. This one went straight to DVD. At the end of Species 2, the little boy got freaky with Eve. Eve ends up giving birth to another female. Sounds like the same old plot but give it time. It turns out that all those little boys from part two weren’t captured and they actually reproduced to create quarter breeds. These quarter breeds age rapidly, they are very susceptible to air born lung disease and their skin peels off throughout the later stages of life. They become aware of the little girl and realize that she is immune to all disease and almost perfect in every way. So many quarter breeds try to kid nap her in order to extract her DNA to better their own. Species 3 is an overall okay movie that had a lot of effort. Some new ideas but the much lower budget shows in this one. The plot is good but in the space of the movie, it feels prolonged.


About Species 3 (2004)

Title: Species 3
AKA: Species III
Year: 2004
Runtime: 111 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Reviewer:
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 2.5/5 stars from 10 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 10
MPAA Rating: R
Starring: Natasha Henstridge, Robin Dunne, Rick Dean, Christopher Neame, Boni Yanagisawa, Sean C. Ching, Carl Ciarfalio, Robert Knepper, Reed Frerichs, Marc Scizak, Marc D. Wilson, Matthew Yang King, Christopher R. Gillum, Jim Cody Williams, Billy Bacon, Mark Zecca, Dan Wells, Frank Crim, Sunny Mabrey, Amelia Cooke, Rob Hinderstein, John Paul Pitoc, Troy Blendell, Michael Warren, Keith Camire, Patricia Bethune, Joel Stoffer, Josh Cook, James Leo Ryan, Kari Ann Peniche
Writers: Dennis Feldman, Ben Ripley
Director: Brad Turner

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