The Brotherhood III - Young Demons (2003) Movie Review

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The Brotherhood III - Young Demons (2003)

2003 | PG-13 | Horror, Thriller
82 minutes / 1h 22min

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The Brotherhood III - Young Demons Plot Synopsis:

A group of devil-may-care teenagers discover they've mistakenly called upon the Prince of Darkness in this flashy horror story. A handful of high school students have been entertaining themselves on weekends by playing an elaborate role-playing game in which they impersonate witches, warlocks, and other magical beings. One weekend, they decide to up the ante by breaking into the school and using the building's nooks and crannies to make the competition more challenging. One of the teens has brought along a book of magic spells, and they decide to throw some incantations into the games to make things more interesting. What the kids didn't count on is that the spells actually work, and soon the role-players have unleashed an unspeakable and dangerous force.

The Brotherhood III - Young Demons (2003) Review

The Brotherhood III - Young Demons (2003) is an American/Canadian thriller horror film that is 82 minutes long and was shot in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and is also the third sequel of the Brotherhood series. Director and co-writer David DeCoteau (Creepozoids (1987), Puppet Master III: Toulon’s Revenge (1991), The Brotherhood (2001), Leeches! (2003)) failed at executing this film. The video contains suggestive sexual scenes/language, not much blood, almost nonexistent violence, minor language such as damn, hell, etc., and a somewhat intimidating demon.

The Brotherhood III - Young Demons revolves around a group of high school kids who want more excitement from a sword and sorcery game they are playing and ultimately make the wrong decision. The sorcery game was an innocent game that they had loads of fun from by impersonating magical things/people such as warlocks, witches, etc. They thought it would be a good idea to break into a school so they can use the school’s maze-like hallway and nooks and crannies as their play zone to make the game more challenging. Seems innocent, right? Well, these teenagers also decide to conjure up spells from a magic spell book that they think is fake, but it is all too real. They accidently summoned the Prince of Darkness/powerful demon that wreaks havoc on them and is the most dangerous force they ever faced in their life. Will anyone from the group of teenagers survive or will they all be taken down one by one?

The Brotherhood III - Young Demons was an awful watch that I cannot get out of my head. It was terrible, and I kept thinking why, how and what were the crew thinking while making this film. I gave Brotherhood 3 a one because of the somewhat intimidating demon that might have a frightening effect on younger viewers or nonhorror fans. The actors appear inexperienced, or it could be they just didn’t get about their performance. The sets, special effects and just about everything in the film received a score that is less than one from me.

  • The Brotherhood III - Young Demons Rating Scores
  • Our Score: 1
  • Overall Score: 1.85
  • IMDB: 2.3

About The Brotherhood III - Young Demons 2003

Title: The Brotherhood III - Young Demons
AKA: The Brotherhood III: Young Demons
Year: 2003
Runtime: 82 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Reviewer: Score: 0.5 / 5 stars Avg. Rating: 0.92/5 stars from 448 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 448 MPAA Rating: PG-13
The Brotherhood III - Young Demons Cast Starring: David Johnson, Kristin Marand, Kristopher Turner, Jon Witzke, Paul Andrich, Ruth Smith, Ellen Wieser, Cheryl Bubbs, Julie Pedersen, April Walder, Andrew Hrankowski, Ryan Gauthier, Landon McCormick, Jason Zarillo, Matthew Epp, Shannon Gibson, Carl Thiessen, Amanda Yawichuk, Eva Demchuk, Kimberly Crabb, Rita Hines, Allister Carrington, Christine Pinnock, Rejean Labelle, Janis Pinnock, Denise Pinnock, Jacqueline Guertin, Heather Mathieson
The Brotherhood III - Young Demons Writers: Matthew Jason Walsh, David DeCoteau
The Brotherhood III - Young Demons Director: David DeCoteau
Production: First Look Studios
Language: English
Country: USA, Canada