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Name:Poltergeist III (Gary Sherman, 1988) [RePoPo]

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Poltergeist III (Gary Sherman, 1988) [RePoPo]


Type..................: Movie
Container file........: MKV
Audio Languages.......: English
Subtitles Ripped......: Spanish, English
Subtitles in Subpack..: French, Spanish, English
Aspect Ratio..........: 1.85:1
Original Aspect Ratio.: 1.85:1
Color.................: Color
Source................: NTSC ANAMORPHIC DVD
Genre.................: Horror
IMDb Rating...........: 3.7
Movie Information.....: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0095889/


Plot Synopsis by Mark Deming

Evil spirits follow a young girl from the suburbs to the city in the second
follow-up to the blockbuster horror film Poltergeist. Carol Anne Freeling
(Heather O'Rourke) is now 12 years old and living with Patricia and Bruce
Gardner (Nancy Allen and Tom Skerritt), her aunt and uncle, in a high-rise
apartment building in downtown Chicago. Carol Anne attends a school for gifted
children, where the staff psychologist Dr. Seaton (Richard Fine) attributes her
past troubles with noisy ghosts to mass delusions and hypnotic suggestions.
However, Carol Anne isn't so sure that the explanation is that simple,
especially since she still sees threatening apparitions in the mirrors of her
apartment. Particularly troubling is the ghost of the wicked Reverend Kane
(Nathan Davis), who is eager for Carol Anne to join him and his followers in the
unknown world on the other side of the light. Sadly, Heather O'Rourke died due
to surgical complications resulting from an intestinal blockage several months
before Poltergeist III was released.

Some Reviews

As reviews on this movie are indeed very negative, I've picked some not-so-
negative coommentaries from people on IMDB.



Going in a different direction from the previous two movies in the series, this
one took a few chances. The high-rise, mirrors, a new Kane(sad what happened to
Julian Beck), etc. I loved this movie for those reasons. Not saying I didn't
enjoy the other two because those were excellent, but it seemed like there
wasn't anything in there to make them considered a horror movie except for the
presence of ghosts with a little bit of suspense. "Poltergeist III" contained
murder, suspense, tricky camera angles and most of all, the best acting I have
ever seen from Heather O'Rourke. She was so adorable in her red pajamas and I
truly believe she carried the movie with up to par performances by Skeritt,
Allen, Rubenstein, Fire, Flynn Boyle and Wentz. Her presence on screen while
watching this movie is so magnificent and very believable. When I was little,
she was my first crush and I loved her, I only found out on 6-4-2005 that she
passed away and it crushed me. I say this is the best of the series and I know I
am the minority, but hey, to each his own. I realize the first movie is pretty
much legendary for her famous line "They're Here", but I feel the acting here is
better. The way they made the concept of the mirrors work is amazing and I
thought it was a great attempt a something new. I gave this movie a 9/10 because
of how much I enjoyed Heather O'Rourke's performance. Check it out.


drhackenstine from United States

Strange little sequel filled with annoying characters and some horrible dialog.
Poltergeist 3 is not really all that bad, it just suffers greatly from those two
flaws. Story does wisely by switching the setting from the suburbs to the big
city. The character Carol Anne now resides with her aunt and uncle and snobby
cousin in Chicago, where they live in a high rise. Soon, ghosts start popping up
again. This movie has some of the stupidest lines in it, it's often hard not to
grin. O'Rourke did a good acting job in the first two films. Here, not so good.
I think that may be the fault of whoever wrote the go-nowhere script. A lot of
the characters lines in this seem forced or overacted. Especially the character
of Dr. Seaton. The special effects are impressive though. The makers used a lot
of mirror tricks that really pull the movie through it's stupider moments.
However, the chopped off head of Kane scene was atrocious. I guess this movie
suffered because of severe budget cuts.A lot of scenes in this movie feel a bit
lame(the kid who busts up through the ice and runs into the window, the "break
the mirror" scene,the kid who flips off the security camera, etc., etc.). Nancy
Allen, who plays the aunt, does not look happy to be involved in this. Weaker
entry in the series, but it is watchable. Seems a bit rushed. Features annoying
teenagers you would find in a Friday The 13th movie. A guy rips off Lara Flynn
Boyle's cheek. And whats with that growling window pane in the end? Ya gotta see
it if you saw the first two. Two stars.


nick-ccr from United States

Okay, now its Poltergeist III. The only two returning actresses are Heather
O'Rourke and Zelda Rubenstein. Its about Carol Anne who moved to her aunt
(played by Nancy Allen) and uncle's (played by Tom Skerrit) high rise apartment
building. Her aunt and uncle's daughter (played by Lara Flynn Boyle) lives there
too. Carol Anne finds out that Reverend Kane (from the 2nd movie) has returned
to make her lead him into the light, and the more she doesn't, the more friends
of hers will get killed.

The acting is terrible mostly but Heather O'Rourke does an excellent job in her
last performance and Lara Flynn Boyle also does very good. Tom Skerrit didn't do
too good in this one and neither did Nancy Allen. Reverend Kane doesn't even
look like himself. The special effects were very good and the use of mirrors was
also really cool. The part where the kids were sneaking around was the most
intense part of the movie because the movie is not intense. Richard Fire was
atrocious as Dr. Seaton and him denying everything just goes way too far. The
movie is entertaining and fun. The ending was somewhat abrupt because Heather
O'Rourke was dead before filming finished. An average sequel and an okay way to
end the story.


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Size has been calculated in order to get the optimum PQ without oversizing the
file, hence the irregular size of the file (not the usual 700Mb/1.4Gb rip). A
rate of Bits/(Pixel*Frame) around 0.3 is perfect, above that point, picture
quality becomes virtually the same to the original source.

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Mediainfo Report
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Encoded date : UTC 2009-04-21 07:29:52
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