28 May 2020 | Fella_shibby
Compared to the first two parts, this one is a big letdown.
The first two relied more on psychological study, character development, intense brooding tension n the juxtaposition of tranquility (amazing photography) and underlying danger, this one is a straight up slasher filled with cliches.
Saw this last nite n was disappointed.
So aft his lair gets busted n two people survive the harrowing nite, Martin while on the run from the FBI, somehow tracks the two survivors with their wallet. A big question. Why werent the survivors given ample security. How did Martin get hold of the wallet.
Towards the end too, a survivor is left without any security inspite of the survivor's phone taken away by Martin while the same FBI guy is pursuing the case.
Martin is shown as an introvert, illiterate, traumatized n homegrown boy but he manages to track down his original address while our FBI guy later realises that Martin's mother has relocated.
The killings get lousy as none of the victims puts up a fight n it gets filled with cliches.
This time the cinematography ain't that great n a sex scene with nudity is added to titillate.
Generous with 7 for Mena's effort n his one man show with tackling different technical aspects of the films.