From Dusk Till Dawn III: The Hangman's Daughter 2003 R CC

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The latest bone-chilling installment of From Dusk Till Dawn reveals how this frightening saga all began. Narrowly escaping death, outlaw Johnny Madrid is on the run from the hangman...with the hangman's sensuous daughter Esmeralda by his side.

Starring:
Michael Parks, Rebecca Gayheart
Runtime:
1 hour 35 minutes

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From Dusk Till Dawn III: The Hangman's Daughter

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Genres Thriller, Western, Horror
Director P.J. Pesce
Starring Michael Parks, Rebecca Gayheart
Supporting actors Temuera Morrison, Rebecca Gayheart, Ara Celi, Lennie Loftin, Sonia Braga, Orlando Jones, Danny Trejo, Jordana Spiro, Kevin Smith, Terence Bridgett, Mickey Giacomazzi, Ivan Lucas, Tom Berto, Graham Weir, Carlos Vilela, Richard Thomson, Lance Kadish, Pierre Neethling
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

It was the best western horror film I ever saw.
Rickie Burney
The special effects and acting were as good as they were in FDTD 1.
"agronomus"
And if you do like gore, just see the first one again.
IhateMTV

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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Lawrance M. Bernabo HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 27, 2003
Format: DVD
This one is simple. If you saw and liked the original "From Dusk Till Dawn" then you are going to like "From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter." Even better, if you did not like "From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money," you will find this one more to your taste . In fact, you can skip the first direct to video sequel in favor of this film and not miss a thing because this second sequel is actually a prequel. The bad news is that what makes this one succeed might spell the end of the series, because, after all, how many times can you draw water from the same well? Therefore, we may well be at the end of the Aztec/Mexican Vampire Bloodbath movies.
"From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter" is set during the Mexican Revolution, tied to that period of history by the presence of Ambrose Bierce (Parks), American newspaper columnist, satirist, essayist, short-story writer, and novelist, an enigmatic figure who disappeared south of the border and is presumed to have died during the siege of Ojinega in January 1914. Bierce is in Mexico to bring something of great value to Pancho Villa, but he is also ill and has something of a death wish.
At the other end of the spectrum is the outlaw Johnny Madrid (Marco Leonardi, "Like Water for Chocolate") who not only escapes from the hangman (Temuera Morrison, "Six Days, Seven Nights"), but the takes the hangman's sensuous daughter Esmeralda (Ara Celi) away with him. Madrid and Bierce first meet up when the outlaw's gang robs the stagecoach on which the writer is riding to join Villa (there is something to be said for having a blind man ride shotgun on a stage).
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jamie Bouadana on March 25, 2000
Format: DVD
Virtually as soon as the film begins, so does the action. The movie starts with an outlaw who at the begining is about to be hanged by the "hangman", but the outlaw escapes with the hangmans daughter and throughout the movie the hangman pursues the outlaw. The main story however is the origin of Princess "Pandomonium"(salma hayek's part in "dusk till dawn") and where all the vampires came from. Overall an action packed vampire film with a great story line that clears a lot up that dusk till dawn 2 did not only being surpased by "dusk till dawn". The DVD has only a deleted scene, but the picture and dolby 5.1 sound is superb!
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Crocker on September 1, 2001
Format: DVD
To truly appreciate this movie, you should first watch FDTD1, The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly and the Twilight Zone episode 'An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge'. Familiarizing yourself with Ambrose Bierce and the history of Mexico during the early 20th century couldn't hurt. FDTD3 is basically a spaghetti western meets vampire flick taking as its starting point the fact that Ambrose Bierce did disappear in Mexico in 1914. The movie isn't brilliant, the movie isn't as good as FDTD1, but it isn't awful like many of the reviewers make it out to be. FDTD3 is definitely one of those lazy weekend afternoon gratuitous sex and violence movies. [My wife says not to forget to mention the heavy lesbian overtones, but I know that cultured readers of reviews on this site probably aren't interested in lesbian overtones.] Always keep in mind that if you see a movie you don't like in the movie theater with a date at matinee prices, you'll be out at least 13 bucks with nothing to show for it. If you buy a DVD you don't like, you can always recoup some of your funds by selling it used. And if you like the movie on DVD, you get to watch it again and again. FDTD3 is not a classic, but well worth watching.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By "vagabond" on April 27, 2000
Format: DVD
Despite my misgivings, I gave this movie a shot. After all, while it was unlikely to be as good as the first, there were bound to be at least some good special effects. I was right - there were. Actually, it probably showed a bit <b>too</b> much of the Bram Stoker's <i>Dracula</i>-like vampires. After awhile - upon scrutinization - you start to see the creases in the suits that the actors are wearing. It's hard to not see, to be honest, and can take away from the effect. That said, however, there was some pretty well-done CGI - mainly in the bat creatures as another reviewer pointed out.
The special effects were, unfortunately, the only redeeming factor. The acting was barely tolerable, and there were characters that made you question their purpose for existance. What's up with the wanna-be outlaw girl, for example? After nearly getting killed by one of the main characters, you would expect her to be out for <fontcolor=red>blood</fontcolor>, & have some sort of climatic vengence scene. Instead, you're left scratching your head.
All-in-all, don't bother with this movie unless you're up for a mindless slasher/horror film, filled with lots of blood and passable looking critters. A better bet along the same lines? Try "Demon Knight" from Tales From the Crypt.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Jim on February 15, 2004
Format: VHS Tape
Third entry in "From Dusk Till Dawn" series is a prequel which has a violent outlaw escaping his execution at the hands of a ruthless hangman and taking off into the desert with his daughter. The two end up at the infamous bordello bar from the first "Dusk" film and it's vampire mayhem galore. This straight-to-video effort is actually very creative with both its direction and general story, not to mention some quality make-up effects from the KNB team. Featuring a strong cast for a video release which includes "Dusk Till Dawn" alumni Michael Parks and Danny Trejo, Rebecca Gayheart, Orlando Jones, and Temura Morrison, just to name a few, this sequel is actually far more solid than one might expect.
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