The third installment in the 'Stalked By My Doctor' series is probably the most engaging one yet, largely by virtue of being the nuttiest. Sure, there are some thought-provoking parts here and there, but by now it should be clear that these tales aren't really out to enlighten or move you; they're mainly just around to provide some thrills.
In a nutshell, the vindictive Sophie Green (a riveting Brianna Chomer), original target of the wacky Dr. Beck, flips things by stalking him this time. Standing in her way is Beck's newest love interest, Melissa, a smitten student at the school where Beck now teaches.
One of the most jarring things about this film is the rise of psycho Sophie. Gone is the meek girl from the first tale. In her place is a cunning vixen who'll stop at nothing to take Beck down. This is a nice bit of character development that leads to some fun action scenes, especially during the clashes between Sophie and Melissa (who's well played by the talented Anna Marie Dobbins). Plus, Eric Roberts is always excellent in the role of Dr. Beck, a complex guy who seemingly wants to reform, but still has a few naughty tricks up his sleeve.
Naturally, certain parts were less impressive than others. Without giving too much away, the ending disappoints due to the creators teasing a twist that they ultimately don't have the guts to go through with. Instead, we get an entirely different twist, via some exposition that, frankly, comes across as absurd (even for this series). This actually reminded me of a similar ending in an unrelated 'Stalked By' film, which also pretended to be chaotic, then went conventional. Simply put, conventional gets dull sometimes.
Still, this is a fascinating addition to the series, and an intriguing tale overall.