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This isn't so much a horror as it is a loose compilation of scenes that a kind person may consider horror-based. There aren't even startle scares, and the whole plot, including twists, are so blatant you can't hope to be surprised. The only character that deserves to live, despite being a jerk, dies thanks to Justine's incompetence. I began fast forwarding at regular intervals to pass the long camera-motion scenes that make up the bulk of the film, which consists of Justine gazing off into the distance while the camera rotates around and fades in and out. Homer Simpson could've done better using nothing but star wipes. Only get for MST3K related purposes, for for an excuse to fly into a psychotic rage
The most amazing thing about this film is that a girl isolated from technology instantly knew how to type.
Poor Texas, designated as a dead zone for this movie.
As for the plot this time out, a dreary girl takes a long dreary trek to get to Houston to save some guy named Adam. She gets chained along the way, runs into the red guy from film 2, and finds out the hard way what it's liked to be duped (goodness knows, I felt the same way after snorkeling my way through this final entry in the Pulse franchise).
I'm just so grateful that it is over and I don't ever have to watch these three films again, ever (as in never!).
Justine discovers and old lap top in an auto graveyard and plugs it in...somehow, all the world's networks are continuing to operate even though 80% of the world's population has been killed. Oh yes, Pulse 3 definitely stretches the limits of plausibility! But that's not the most amazing thing. Even more startling is that she is no sooner online when she gets an instant message from another user name Adam! Ok, but that will actually be explained later in the film. Adam implores Justine to come find him in Houston where she had lived previously. Justine sets off on an impossible quest to find the mystery man, going into the heart of the city where the spirits have massed. Evidently Justine must have had a GPS considering she was only a little girl the last time she was in the city but has not trouble finding her way there.
A stop at a rundown farmhouse provides the film's most terrifying imagery as a man wants to be reunited with the spirit of his wife yet she merely takes out a shotgun and blows her head off repeatedly in a sickening loop.Read more ›
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Sorry, but this was just terrible. Unless you are a die-hard Pulse fan (and I don't know any), then this is an easy pass. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dr. Tom's Reviews
Not a bad movie, the green screen used to create backgrounds was a little distracting.. but overall the acting was decent and the story line ok. I give the Pulse trilogy 3 stars... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Alison Hayes
Saw the movie didn't really make a lot of sense but it had some good points to it. Only the middle, and 15 minutes to the ending was good.Published 23 months ago by Gracie
If you seen the 1st one, skip the rest. pretend they don't exist. I purchased this one and the 2nd one, and sold both of these stinkers immediately after viewing them.Published on May 22, 2013 by nolaboy2003
This was a pretty good movie but i have seen better movies. Wish it gad more action and killings. Overall i liked the killings.Published on November 7, 2012 by BlackheartJack
More Frightening Than Ever. Pluse 3 Is An Intense And Shocking Conclusion To The Pluse TrilogyPublished on June 19, 2010 by Gizmothy
Rented this movie from my local library, and so glad I did, because it was such a waste! I'm glad I did not purchase this DVD.Published on August 14, 2009 by Customer