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From Dusk Till Dawn 3 - The Hangman's Daughter [DVD] [2000]

Marco Leonardi , Michael Parks , P.J. Pesce    Suitable for 18 years and over   DVD
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Marco Leonardi, Michael Parks, Temuera Morrison, Rebecca Gayheart, Ara Celi
  • Directors: P.J. Pesce
  • Writers: Robert Rodriguez, Álvaro Rodríguez
  • Producers: Elizabeth Avellan, Gianni Nunnari, H. Daniel Gross, Lawrence Bender, Meir Teper
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Disney
  • DVD Release Date: 1 July 2002
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000069JE5
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,992 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



Switching genres and playing the prequel game, From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter is more distinctive than the first sequel. A cod-spaghetti Western, it takes a plot nugget from history as the aged Ambrose Bierce (Michael Parks, the Sheriff killed before the credits in the first film) tangles with vampires in Mexico in 1914 en route to his mythic disappearance. After hangings, shootings, stagecoach robberies, whippings and historical footnotes, another collection of desperate characters ends up at a saloon which is recognisably the Titty Twister in its original form, the haunt of vampire queen Sonia Braga and fanged barkeep Danny Trejo (the only actor in all three films). Though it has the best storyline of the trio, it still degenerates into a compilation of horror gags in its carnage-strewn climax.

On the DVD: The Hangman's Daughter comes to DVD in a great-looking 1.85:1 widescreen print which shows off the attempt made by director P J Pesce to add visual quality to a rerun of the original's plot. The only extra is a deleted snippet originally intended as an after-the-end-credits punchline.--Kim Newman

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The third in the series of films begun by Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez goes back to when the whole saga began. Johnny Madrid (Marco Leonardi) is on the run after kidnapping the beautiful Esmeralda, daughter of the man who tried to hang him, and takes shelter in an isolated inn. Unfortunately the inn is run by vampires and Esmeralda is in fact their long-awaited princess, the legendary half-human, half-vampire Santanico Pandemonium. This means it will probably be a sleepless night for most concerned.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Decent sequel 6 July 2004
First there was 'From Dusk Till Dawn' a roller coaster ride of gore and excitement with a good plot. Then there was the sequel 'Texas Blood Money' a francise-killer of a movie. It was terrible, but based on the first film a lot watched it and it did well in the rental charts.
'Hangman's Daughter' is a very respectable entry in this series. A million times better than 'Texas Blood Money'. This film is a prequel, and tells us the origins of Santanico Pandemonium (the character played so sexily by Salma Hayek in the original). Unfortunately Hayek doesn't reprise her role, but it doesn't seem to effect the story as this is set before she's a vampire.
This film is a little more like the original. Set in the Wild West most of the action takes place once again in the 'Titty Twister' (sans electronic sign). There is some decent gore, humour and good b-movie cast.
Overall if you liked the first film in the series, you should enjoy this. The DVD also features one short deleted scene.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not too bad actually 10 April 2006
This film is better than the second. It goes back in time to show a similar series of events to the original film, featuring the same drinking establishment that was in the first film.
Good atmosphere, a good variation on the plot and a descent film in its own right.
Almost worth four stars.
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1.0 out of 5 stars How it all began? 24 Feb 2014
Ever wonder about the origins of Santanico Pandemonium and the infamous brothel/bar infested with grotesque vampires?

No, honestly I didn't. "From Dusk Till Dawn" told me all I needed to know. But we got a prequel to that movie anyway. "From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter" seems to be a fairly standard "gritty" Western until the final third -- and then it morphs into a less funny, more bizarre clone of the original movie. And for reasons that escape me, it also adds Ambrose Bierce to the mix.

Bierce (Michael Parks) and a pair of newly-wedded missionaries are on their way to Mexico, but they are stopped by Johnny Madrid (Marco Leonardi) and his band of ruthless outlaws. Madrid recently escaped the local hangman (Temuera Morrison), and brought the hangman's beautiful daughter Esmerelda (Ara Celi) with him. Yes, he's falling in love with Esmerelda. Big shock.

After Madrid's gang robs the stagecoach, both groups eventually end up in the same location, a brothel/bar located far in the Mexican desert. Yes, it's THAT one. But Quixla (Sonia Braga), the seductive woman in charge, seems oddly interested in Esmerelda -- and when night falls, the party is attacked by the vampires that run the place.

"From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter" starts off as a very dark, gritty Western movie, mostly focusing on the clash between the cruel outlaws and the not-very-likable "good guys." But in the last third, it starts feeling really familiar -- we have sociopathic thieves, missionaries, an evil vampire queen, and some nameless chumps with "dead meat" tattooed on their faces.

Yes, it's basically a retread of the original "From Dusk Till Dawn," except it's in an old western setting.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Another respectable entry into the franchise. 14 Nov 2012
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It's 19th Century Mexico. The infamous atheist, Ambrose Bierce, and his travelling companions have found themselves spending the night at an isolated and mysterious inn. They're not alone though; a group of bandits has also arrived, and with them is a beautiful young woman. The woman -Esmeralda- was kidnapped -or perhaps rescued- from a violent father. She is the eponymous hangman's daughter. Unfortunately for the outlaws, the father will stop at nothing to track down Esmeralda, and is closing in. If you've seen the first FDTD then you can guess roughly how things will pan out once all the players are in place and the plot is properly set up. Hint: it involves vampires and carnage.

This third installment in the series starts very strongly, adroitly building up the characters and suspense, and drawing in the viewer. In fact, the first half of the film is so strong that it was actually a bit of a let-down when the vampires arrived and we had to go back through the motions. It's a shame that this otherwise finely crafted film had to suddenly degenerate into an inferior (though still enjoyable) copy of the original. This film simply didn't have the budget to compete, so it shouldn't have been so eager to try. Instead, I think that the director would have been better off playing to the strengths of this installment: a terrific plotline, interesting characters, and atmosphere to spare. Alas, 'twas not to be. I was particularly irritated by the manner in which Ambrose was never given the opportunity to develop as a character; he was just there to make irreverent remarks, get drunk and to occasionally take charge. Personally, I wanted to know what drove this man to drink so much, and I wanted to know what effect this supernatural adventure would have on the outspoken atheist.
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