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3 from Hell is a movie starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley, and Sid Haig. After barely surviving prison, the demented Firefly clan go on the run, unleashing a whole new wave of murder, madness and mayhem.

Rob Zombie
Sid Haig, Sheri Moon Zombie, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Bill Moseley

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Genres Horror
Director Rob Zombie
Writer Rob Zombie
Stars Sid Haig, Sheri Moon Zombie, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Bill Moseley
Country USA
Also Known As Τρεις από την Κόλαση, 3 From Hell, Traja z pekla, Trojka iz pakla, Os 3 Infernais, Tři z pekla, Three from Hell, 3 από την Κόλαση, Los 3 del infierno
Runtime 1 h 55 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After barely surviving prison, the demented Firefly clan go on the run, unleashing a whole new wave of murder, madness and mayhem.

Top reviews

Monday, 14 Sep 2020 07:03

Since they showed a small, male, adult, bull by the name of Ralphie the Bulldog was a large red bull in the opening scene. He was moving along in the line of the horse mares. There was a girl in front of me who was also going in the line and I looked over and said, "That's not a girl", and she looked surprised. So there I was, staring at a red bull and thinking that it might just be a bad animal. The only one that could've made this scene better, would be someone with the power to make it a 10. It was also very sad when Ralphie got hurt, and it was really sad. It was a sad feeling to be watching a scene where a bull has a heart attack and he could go anywhere with his new friend. It was a sad feeling that someone had to lose a friend. So when they all finally get to the bull fight, there was a lot of violence. This movie had a lot of violence, but it was so well acted and directed that it wasn't like one of those films where the violence gets to you and then it's all okay. It's like that to me. I also loved the movie's music. It was one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard. I have the CD. I can't stop listening to it. But that wasn't all. It was really good. I'm really impressed. I'm not sure what other movies they did after this one, but I hope they do a sequel. The movie had a lot of tension. There was a lot of tension. It was a really good tension. I love movies where the audience can feel the tension. I've seen people break down and cry during the climax. I can see why people would cry during the climax. It was a good movie. It was an epic movie. It had the same style as Hellboy. But it was also good. It had action, a lot of suspense, and it had a lot of tension. I think the movie could be a good movie to watch. It had action, suspense, and a lot of tension. I'd definitely recommend it.
Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 17:28

As many others have said, the first thing I have to say about this movie is that it wasn't supposed to be 'more than that'. No. The idea was good, but it should have been much more. The idea was to combine elements from the two classic tales (from John W Campbell and T.H. White respectively), and the idea was good, but the execution wasn't. There were just too many things that were poorly executed. The plot is really simple. But that's what makes this movie so good. The idea is good, but the execution is much better. Even though I said earlier that this was a weak execution, that's not the only thing wrong with it. There are too many elements that just don't work. For example, what was the point of using so many things from the classic stories? The plots are just too good and unique, the characters are well developed, the monsters are memorable, and so on. The only way that the movie could have used those elements was to take them from the first two stories, and then combine them to create something new. But instead they took them out, or replaced them with things from the other stories. It just seemed like the movie tried to stretch a story too far. But in my opinion, the movie was able to create something new and different from the first two stories, and that's why I rated it so highly. The final piece of the puzzle is the special effects. What I liked about the special effects in the original movies is that they were detailed and realistic. But in this movie, the effects are terrible. I don't understand how anyone could possibly enjoy this movie. But if you do, then it's because you love movies. If you don't, then it's because you love to enjoy movies that aren't predictable or cheesy. I won't tell you to watch the movie, because I'm sure you will. It will just be pointless if you don't watch it. But if you do, I guarantee you that it will be one of the best movies you will ever see. 10/10
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 02:42

The sequel to the cult classic 'Curse of the Werewolf' (1980) continues the story of Lee Van Cleef who is sent to find the original victim of the curse and bring him back from the dead. The story continues to follow the tracks of Van Cleef and his search for the true source of the 'Curse of the Werewolf' who is led by the popular and sinister old friend. The film has a simple plot with a more serious,but gritty feel. It's not the most original plot,but the acting, action, and the production values are top-notch. The direction is first-rate and the production values are first-rate. I was disappointed that the movie was a little too long,but I guess this is the point,it didn't need to be a 150 minutes long. There is plenty of action and excitement with a chilling,but not over-the-top,tension. I felt the movie was more suspenseful and more frightening than the original,but not nearly as good. This is a horror movie that is very enjoyable for all ages. You have a vampire who is in possession of the power of lycanthropy. He tries to kill his girlfriend, who is involved in a vampire cult. He also wants to destroy a vampire ring, and goes to the countryside to find the first vampire that he has made friends with. It is about as scary as you can get,and there is enough action,blood,and suspense to keep the audience on the edge of their seat. You also have a vampire who is trying to find out who he is, and his fight to get his powers back. The acting,songs, and direction are first-rate. I highly recommend this movie for all ages. Rated R for intense violence,some language,gratuitous violence, a nude scene, and brief sex scene.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 19:21

I've heard people say this film was a "poor man's" version of "Psycho", or a "Re-Animator" (from a woman I know who thought it was the most disturbing film she'd ever seen). If so, then maybe it is. Personally, I think this film is a much better "remake" of "Psycho" than "Re-Animator". It's not a masterpiece. It's a good film, if you're expecting something much better. It's a lot more scary and disturbing than "Psycho" or "Re-Animator" in that it keeps things mysterious. The atmosphere is much more terrifying. It's darker than "Psycho" or "Re-Animator", and the characters are definitely more convincing. There are some strong performances, with a lot of credibility in the casting. The acting is top-notch, with a lot of believable acting. The casting is extremely convincing. And the costumes and look of the film are outstanding. The violence is, of course, more extreme than "Psycho" or "Re-Animator". Some scenes are scary, but are also suspenseful. It's a better film than "Psycho" or "Re-Animator" because it's scarier, more bloody, and it's a lot more suspenseful. And I didn't know "Psycho" and "Re-Animator" were in the same movie until I saw this film. But I still thought it was good. I think "Psycho" and "Re-Animator" are films that should be seen together, as "Psycho" and "Re-Animator" should be seen separately. They're both great films, and they're both scarier than the original "Psycho" and "Re-Animator". I liked "Psycho" a lot, but I don't think I would ever recommend it to anyone, and I don't recommend it to anyone who isn't in the mood to watch a good film. I think it's better to watch "Psycho" and "Re-Animator" together than to watch them separately. 10/10

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