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3 from Hell 2019 123movies

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – After barely surviving prison, the demented Firefly clan go on the run, unleashing a whole new wave of murder, madness and mayhem.
Plot: After barely surviving a furious shootout with the police, Baby Firefly, Otis Driftwood and Captain Spaulding are behind bars. But pure evil cannot be contained. Teaming up with Otis’ half-brother Winslow, the demented Firefly clan escape to unleash a whole new wave of murder, madness and mayhem.
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Whether the ultimate failure of ‘3 From Hell’ lies in a troubled production or creative exhaustion on the part of Rob Zombie, this shambling revenant of a film is something that might only be appreciated by the most indiscriminate midnight-movie crowd and diehard fans of the series.
– Jake Watt

Read Jake’s full article…
https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-3-from-hell-they-should-have-stayed-there

Review By: SWITCH. Rating: 3 Date: 2019-10-30
Fans have been waiting for a _Devil’s Rejects_ sequel for a very long time. Well _3 From Hell_ is finally here and it’s… a bit of a letdown. Not **bad**! But, after such a great second installment, and such a wait, just… a bit of a letdown. I absolutely adore Richard Brake but his inclusion apropos of nothing and Sid Haig’s early removal due to his recent sad passing, felt almost… Disrespectful? I don’t know. Expecting a Rob Zombie movie to be respectful sounds silly now that I see it written in front of me – I mean, he’s got his wife wearing a feather headdress front and centre on the poster. (On that, I feel it’s not altogether unlikely that Zombie included that attire specifically so that people would complain about it and he could counter with “The character is already a serial killer, why are you looking for good behaviour from her, and why is her cultural appropriation the most offensive thing she’s done to you?” Which would be… you know… A fair point.) But I digress. _3 From Hell_ a little disappointing, probably not the sequel we would have gotten if there hadn’t been a 14-year gap between the second and third entries, but still, pretty decent, a fun time, especially considering that after _House of_ the subsequent films have used gross murderers as the outright protagonists.

_Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._

Review By: Gimly Rating: 6 Date: 2019-12-28
Kinda boring
Story line was rather boring and it missed Sid Haig big time. The movie should have been cancelled when he couldn’t be a real part of it.
Review By: darrylbl11 Rating: 4 Date: 2019-10-03
It just gets worse…
Of all the many movies that Rob Zombie has brought to the screen, his 2003 film House of 1000 Corpses and its 2005 sequel The Devil’s Rejects probably have done the best with both audiences and critics. They’re wildly disparate movies – the original goes from realism to a phantasmagorical journey below the titular house into the world fo Dr. Satan. And the sequel really works well – it’s a grimy, gritty journey through the world of its serial killing protagonists.

Since then, Zombie has made two divisive Halloween reimaginings, The Lords of Salem (a Ken Russell-influenced movie that completely misunderstood black metal on a level that you’d think a non-musician made it) and 31. He almost made two other films – Tyrannosaurus Rex and a remake of The Blob – while continuing his music career.

Which brings us to 3 From Hell, a movie that I quite frankly had no interest in after the abysmal drivel that 31 assaulted my eyes with. I get it – I’ve seen Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Eaten Alive and Warlock Moon. I just haven’t made it my life’s mission to continually remake these films to progressively less returns.

So, umm…let’s start the movie.

Since we last saw the Firefly family, they miraculously survived at least twenty bullet wounds each to make it to trial, where they were sentenced to life in prison, with their patriarch, Captain Spaulding (the late Sid Haig) paying the most penalty, as he’s executed via lethal injection. You can tell how rough Haig was at the end, but he still brings plenty of thunder to his role, despite his short time on screen.

Otis (Bill Moseley, who was Chop-Top in the aforementioned – and superior – Chainsaw 2) has escaped from jail thanks to his brother, Winslow Foxworth “Foxy” Coltrane (Richard Brake from Zombie’s 31 and the chemist from Mandy). They set up a plan to free their sister Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), who is locked in a war with prison guard Greta (Dee Wallace). They kidnap Warden Virgil Dallas Harper (Jeff Daniel Phillips, who was in Zombie’s Halloween and The Lords of Salem), his family and friends – including Austin Stoker – and hold them hostage so that she can finally escape. They all decide to go to Mexico.

Oh yeah, they also kill a clown, Mr. Baggy Britches, before that. He shows up for no reason whatsoever. I know that Clint Howard needs work, but he also deserves better.

While there, we’re reminded that Otis killed Rondo (Danny Trejo), one of the bounty hunters from the last film that was incarcerated along with him. Oh yeah – and Baby is growing crazier than she was before. Or more annoying. Seriously, it’s a fine line.

The three makes their way to a small town in Mexico in the midst of Day of the Dead celebrations – to which I audibly sighed and not in a good way – and stay in the town’s only hotel. In the midst of celebrating the holiday, Rondo’s son Aquarius (Emilio Rivera, Sons of Anarchy)and his Black Satans gang shows up for revenge. The three are tipped off by a little person named Sebastian (Pancho Moler, who played the Nazi killer Sick Head in 31) and end up wiping out the gang. setting Aquarius on fire and getting back on the road.

There are also some random killings I forgot to mention, but by and large, the film feels very unfocused, unplanned and yes, that word again, random. There’s no sense of urgency until the final ten minutes, which place the three into a situation they may not survive. It was the only time this movie seemed to have any promise, outside of rehashing what seemed fresh nearly two decades ago, like Slim Whitman’s “It’s a Sin To Lie” replacing “I Remember You” from House of 1000 Corpses, seeming like faint nostalgia at best and trite at worst.

Let me sum it up with music. Having “In-A-Gada-Da-Vida” play during the closing battle is about as cookie cutter music cue as there can be. You can pretty much say the same thing about this movie, which carbon copies Zombie’s influences ad nauseam to no good end. Then again, maybe that’s just a reference to Chop-Top, because he wanted that song played by KOKLA radio back in Texas.

To wit: Rob Zombie seems like a good dude. He obviously adores his wife. He’s an ethical vegetarian. His music was the entrance music for every independent pro wrestler ever at one point. He has good taste in bad movies. I think he’d be a fun person to discuss pop culture and film with. But man, then we’d get to the question, “So have you seen any of my movies?” and I abhor lying. I’d probably end up feeling bad, but not as horrible as I did suffering through this, literally a movie for an audience who must live inside the stockrooms of a Hot Topic and only come out for 80’s nights and Slipknot tours, high on 4 Look and demanding they make Scream 5. In short, pretty much every single thing I have been created to destroy.

I don’t know if 2019 can get a worse movie. Good news, Travolta. The Fanatic isn’t the worst movie now. Neither is Serenity. You can sleep safe, McConaughey. Here’s hoping neither of you choose to work with Mr. and Mrs. Cummings’ baby boy any time soon, though.

Review By: BandSAboutMovies Rating: 1 Date: 2019-10-05

Other Information:

Original Title 3 from Hell
Release Date 2019-09-16
Release Year 2019

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 55 min (115 min)
Budget 3000000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Horror
Director Rob Zombie
Writer Rob Zombie, Rob Zombie (based on characters created by)
Actors Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, Jeff Daniel Phillips
Country USA
Awards 2 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Mini
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (2.8K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K)
Printed Film Format N/A

3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
3 from Hell 2019 123movies
Original title 3 from Hell
TMDb Rating 5.9 238 votes

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