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  • Actors: David Hasselhoff, Crystal Allen, Ryan McCluskey, Patrick Regis, Anthony Green
  • Directors: Don E. FauntLeRoy
  • Writers: David C. Olson, Nicholas Davidoff
  • Producers: Alison Semenza, Benjamin Sacks, Bryan S. Sexton, Vlad Paunescu
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 21, 2008
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001DSNEK6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,601 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Editorial Reviews

Coil up on the couch and prepare yourself for more action, more danger and more snakes! The giant anacondas are back in the next chapter in the thrilling series, starring David Hasselhoff as Hammett, the ruthless mercenary and snake slayer. In a secret research facility, two mega snakes are undergoing testing by a brilliant scientist, Amanda (Crystal Allen). But when the financier, Murdoch (John Rhys-Davies), pushes the experiments too far, the snakes escape, hungry and heading for civilization. What Hammett doesn't know is that one of the snakes is expecting a litter of slithering offspring. Now the race is on to head off the snakes' unstoppable onslaught before they reach the city.

Customer Reviews

This makes the first Anaconda movie look like Casablanca...this was a big piece of snake crap..
D. Steigman
The worst scene in the movie is when one of the snake hunters is ambushed by the giant snake striking from the top of a barn and biting his head off.
Robert I. Hedges
And not only that, but this film is a rip-off of the Python movies, which are rip-offs of the first Anaconda!

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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By brownie on April 30, 2009
Format: DVD
Anaconda 3: Offspring Movie Review

Grade: A-

Offspring had been constantly checked out at my local video rental store, simply due to the popularity of it, and I waited a long time to finally have a chance to rent it, (I missed the SciFi channel airing) before someone else came and got it. Yes, I know a movie with the words SciFi channel, David Hasselhoff, and mutated Anacondas sounds like the worst movie ever, but trust me, it was well worth the wait at the video store.

I don't really understand all the negative reviews here, and I know I'm like a fish swimming the wrong way from the school, but this truly is a fun, entertaining movie. The title of my review is basically the entire plot, in all its extremely gory glory. (The movie gets really graphic at times, with the snake stabbing people, throwing up animals, and biting off heads...)

But of course, since it's a SciFi channel movie, it definitely has its flaws. The CGI is just terrible; the snakes looking like something out of a rejected horror video game. At the end of the movie, it seems like the director ran out of CGI money, and the baby snakes at the end are simply a type of Corn snake, and don't even look remotely like baby anacondas. But the rest of the special effects money seemed to be spent pretty well; there are great explosions galore littered throughout the movie.
As for the acting: kind of forced, like the actors were trying to hard, but better than typical SciFi fare. David Hasselhoff actually isn't too bad...key words being "too bad"...

So if you want to spend your Saturday night like I did watching this movie, go ahead: after all, what better way of spending a Saturday night do have other than watching giant snakes attack David Hasselhoff?
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By fmwaalex VINE VOICE on December 22, 2008
Format: DVD

Remember when J-Lo, Jon Voight and Ice Cube were battling a giant Anaconda, or when another group led by a J-Lo look a like did the same thing but against more, yeah those were the days. Well it seems that those days of a big budget [at least compared to this] theatrical released Anaconda movie are gone. But being that I am a fan of any and everything low budget I decided that I would give this a try, I bought it in order to have the whole collection. But that aside I still went into this knowing that it was a Sci-Fi Channel movie, so I knew it was probably not a classic.

I try to stay positive in most of my reviews because I know how much work went it these types of things but it is hard to get past the look of this film. Don't get me wrong there is nothing wrong with a low budget movie but compared to the first two it is hard to ignore. I would say that this looks a lot like "Lake Placid 2" so if you have seen that film you know what I am talking about, although that film may look better than this one. Another thing that gets me is the look of the snakes, I know this is a low budget film but the snakes from "Python" and "Boa" look better then these. On the plus side for a film like this it was shot pretty well thanks to Don E. FauntLeRoy that may be one of the few pluses to how the film looks.

I hate to say things like this but another thing that drags this film down a little is the script by David C. Olson and Nicholas Davidoff. It may not be the worst thing ever written but it still has its flaws, the story line in particular seems like every other creature running amuck type flick. The film is about a secret laboratory [can you see where this is going?
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Biff Fearless on September 19, 2008
Format: DVD
I was taken by surprise when I saw Anaconda 3 in the tv listings as I had not heard of its being made. When I saw that it was to be making a Sc-Fi Channel debut, I knew to prepare for the worst. I suppose that the producers wanted to cash in on whatever brand value "Anaconda" has left as Sci-Fi has seen several movies with similar production values with Python, Python II , Boa, Boa vs. Python, Cobra vs Komodo, etcetera and could have just churned out another in its own misbegotten line. The other 2 Anaconda movies actually saw theatrical release, so obviously they have the look and feel of a "real" Hollywood movie. Anaconda 3 on the other hand, looks and feels cheap. Neither of the Anaconda predecessors were any Citizen Kane, but when you take the money out of them you get typical Sci-Fi Channel Movie of the week fare. Typical for the Sci-Fi channel is just plain bad.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By trebe TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 6, 2010
Format: DVD
Under the direction of Don E. Faunt LeRoy, the good folks at SyFy present Anaconda III (2008), a monster on the loose tale featuring a giant, lightning fast, CGI snake. If you keep your expectations to people being swallowed whole, and vicious snake attacks with plenty of blood, then you should be satisfied.

At a research facility, under the direction of Doctor Amanda Hayes (Crystal Allen), ordinary anacondas are given a serum that causes them to grow to enormous size. Murdoch (John Rhys-Davies) is charge of the program, and he triggers an incident that causes the reptile to act up, and escape captivity. A search team is send out into the woods after the snake, lead by Hammett (David Hasselhoff). The serpent strikes at its pursuers, chomping off heads, or piercing bodies with its deadly tail, slowly reducing the number of the chase party. Keeping things interesting are those with secrets, and ulterior motives.

The special effects and acting are not the greatest, and the characters are mostly one dimensional, but for what it is, mostly one long chase, the film delivers what you might expect for a SyFy production. Don E. Faunt LeRoy returns to direct Anacondas: Trail Of Blood (2009), again featuring Crystal Allen as Dr. Amanda Hayes.
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