Species 3

  • 15
  • Brad Turner (1) (2004)
  • US
  • 107 min
Species 3
Film Review
Reviewed By
1 out of 5

Natasha Henstridge returns (briefly) as the human/alien clone Eve, only lasting long enough to give birth to a rapidly growing daughter in this laughable follow-up to the 1998 sci-fi sequel. Sheltered by Robert Knepper's archetypal mad scientist, the quickly matured Sara (a bland Sunny Mabrey) is soon flashing her flesh as she hunts for a suitable mate from among the local college community. But all this cheap nudity can't distract from the hole-riddled plot and abysmal special effects - even when another sexually driven, hybrid female shows up with the same dislike for clothes. Ludicrous dialogue and a complete absence of tension increase the air of ineptitude, and does the film a particular disservice in the pathetically feeble finale.

Plot Summary

Sci-fi horror starring Sunny Mabrey and Robert Knepper. The daughter of Eve begins her quest to mate with humans, but a military team are on her trail.

Cast and crew

Cast

Sara
Sunny Mabrey
Abbot
Robert Knepper
Dean
Robin Dunne
Dr Nicholas Turner
Christopher Neame
Amelia
Amelia Cooke
Eve
Natasha Henstridge

Crew

Director
Brad Turner (1)

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Guidance: 
Contains violence and swearing.
Available on DVD
Certificate 15
Distributor:
MGM Home Entertainment (Europe) Ltd
Categories
Drama

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