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As befits a horror franchise heavily invested in the idea of "fate," the Final Destination 3 disc carries a "Choose Their Fate" option. In other words, you can watch the movie with occasional choices offered; click on one of two alternatives, and see that version play out. This won't give you the power to let one character live or die; it's more like deciding whether somebody honks her horn twice in a scene, calls heads or tails on a coin flip, or pushes the thermostat to 72 degrees or 76. Not exactly life-changing, but it's kind of fun.
The bonus disc includes a 90-minute "making of" feature called Kill Shot, which covers the production of the movie in exhausting detail (honest detail, too: filmmakers James Wong and Glen Morgan are funny and blunt about the business they're in, including a section on how the original ending was scrapped in favor of a bloodier finale). It's everything you'd want to know about this movie--but who needs to know this much? A 7-minute cartoon, "It's All Around You," is an amusing meditation on bad luck and laws of probability, while a 25-minute featurette called Dead Teenager Movie spins off from Roger Ebert's theory about the rigid formula of a certain kind of horror film (Ebert weighs in on the subject himself). A few experts opine on the traditions of teenagers dying in horror films; some of them don't seem to be aware that the formula pre-dated the first Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Audio commentaries, special effects sidebars, and trailers fill out this needlessly authoritative disc. --Robert Horton
This movie you pretty much know when everyone is gonna die, and even have a good idea when.
Main character has premonition of horrible death sequence (a roller coaster crash in this case), and gets people off of the ride and saves their lives.
I saw Final Destination 3 in theaters and it was one of the best horror movies I have ever seen.
This is simply one of the best horror franchises in Hollywood history. Five films have been made in the "Final Destination" catalogue, all are engrossing and fast-paste and... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Terrance Richard
Final Destination is under rated, I feel.
I'm not a big blood and guts fan, but they are all done so cleaver and thoughtful we can suspend and be in the movies. Read more
Like the other movies in the series, this one was a lot of fun. It's gory, but a bit over the top which keeps it campy.Published 1 month ago by Kevin T.
A decent movie. It was rather predictable and not too suspenseful, but that is to be expected from these types of movies. I would watch it again, but wouldn't purchase the DVD>Published 2 months ago by Jacob Lovin
I love genre films, horror/suspense thrillers, and in general I really enjoy the FD films. This is probably my second favorite of the series, as the mechanism of the photos added... Read morePublished 2 months ago by T
In FINAL DESTINATION 3 the roller coaster ride continues. You know hat's going to happen so you put your life on the line and let it ride! Read morePublished 2 months ago by gobirds2
The first "Final Destination" movie in 2000 was a rather innovative 'Dead Teenager Movie' in that the killer was Death itself -- the grim Reaper. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Wuchak
Really great features to this disc and very interesting to watch again. I'm going to watch it again with the choose your fate option and see how that goes.Published 5 months ago by Jonathan S. Grant