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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 12 January 2011
From 1989 this film also known as Beyond The Door 3 is nothing like the previous 2 films so can't really be considered a sequel and can be watched without having seen the other two.
Plot. A bunch of American students in Yugoslavia meet up with their teacher who happens to be a satanist and get involved in evil rituals. When they realise they are the sacrifice they escape in a possessed train.
I enjoyed this teenagers in peril even though the plot seemed to be over complicated as it tried to pack too many horror genres into the one package. Was it a horror or thriller or supernatural or satanic devil worship? It tried to be all of them. The result is the film is a bit of a mess. At least there's gore, explosions, and ok effects but no real tension.
Extras include interviews, stills and trailers. USA Release Region 1.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 9 January 2011
Otherwise titled Beyond the Door III, this little known horror film is fairly enjoyable. The gore effects are surprisingly good, and more impressive than many high-profile horror films of the same era. On the other hand, the train effects are amazingly bad. I had to scan back and watch what is clearly a model train on a model railway several times, and had a damn good laugh about them. The acting is uniformly bad, as is the script, and there are some chunks entirely in Serbian with no subtitles. It's unlikely anything profound is being said, but it is a bit annoying. Not a good film by any means, but endearing enough and of enough curiosity value to be of some interest to horror fans.
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