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  • Actors: Rider Strong, William Prael, Georgina Rylance, Brittany Finamore
  • Directors: Joel Soisson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Weinstein Company
  • DVD Release Date: December 23, 2008
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001F0TM4E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #247,173 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Nearly a decade after the terrifying events of Pulse 2 the dead still walk the earth -- having entered our realm through electronic devices. Justine, raised with her fellow human refugees in the remote no-tech survivor camp, is now a 17-year old girl who dreams of the world they've left behind. When an abandoned laptop links her to a mysterious outside caller, Justine risks everything to see if life has resumed back in the forbidden city. More frightening than ever, Pulse 3 is an intense and shocking conclusion to the Pulse trilogy.

Customer Reviews

Pulse 3 isn't a good movie but it is better than its predecessor.
Tim Janson
The movie had many flaws and it won't appeal to everyone but it does make up a bit for how bad the second one is.
N. Williams
The most amazing thing about this film is that a girl isolated from technology instantly knew how to type.
Einsatz

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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Brian Long VINE VOICE on January 3, 2009
Format: DVD
Pulse 3 closes out the horrific experiment that were sequels to Pulse, a tolerable horror movie about a frequency that the dead can operate on. Justine, a mentally handicapped holdover from Pulse 2, recieves a message from Adam, who claims to be living in Houston, rather than her runt refugee camp. Following her pants and managing to either alienate or kill everyone she encounters, Justine unfortunately does not die the screaming, agonized death you pray she suffers.

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
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Williams on December 28, 2008
Format: DVD
I'm one of those types who enjoys a good post-apocalyptic flick every now and then so this movie appealed t me on that level at least. It's far superior than the second, by leaps and bounds really and I enjoyed the plot more than the previous two. The movie had many flaws and it won't appeal to everyone but it does make up a bit for how bad the second one is. It's your typical B Horror movie with a touch of sci-fi for added effect. If you're bored and want to watch something mindless and somewhat entertaining then you could do worse. While the second installment of the Pulse trilogy earned a solid one star or perhaps no stars if that was an option this one at least qualified for two or three.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Larry Abney on March 9, 2009
Format: DVD
I liked Pulse 3 better than Pulse 2. But there is no way Pulse 2 and 3 beat Pulse 1. I have mixed feelings about how they shouldve handled the pulse movies. Part of me says they just should have made the 1st Pulse and stopped because that was the best one (had no/less green screen, ghosts looked better, etc.) Yet the other part of me liked this Pulse alot too. Even though they changed some stuff up in it and used some green screen, but the green screen actually fit the mood of the film if you think about it that way. As for the phantoms, I think they did a better job at putting some guy phantoms in the pulse movies for once. Rider strong looked cool as a phantom, but i liked the other dude with the long hair as a phantom better. He was more freaky and the story to this movie was better than Pulse 2. The only thing i didnt really like about the movie was the fact that the climax wasnt as strong and epic as it could have been and that the movie was somewhat calm/slow at times. I think they should've had more of he phantoms sucking out peoples life n all instead of saving all of it towards the end of the movie. But all in all, i did like the movie alot!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 9, 2009
Format: DVD
Because everyone was just clamoring for another sequel to Pulse, Pulse 3 is here, and suffers from all the problems that made Pulse 2 practically unwatchable. Picking up years after Pulse 2, Pulse 3 finds the grown up Justine (Brittany Finamore) traversing back to the haunted city in search of the mysterious Adam (Rider Strong). In terms of plot, that's about it in a nutshell, as Pulse 3 features more spectacularly awful green-screen effects work, an incoherent and non-sensical story, and one of the most annoying and unlikable "heroines" you'll see today. With an uber-confusing ending, hopefully this is indeed the end of the Pulse series, and perhaps Joel Soisson can move on and craft more films that are pretty well close to being an insult to the horror genre. Avoid.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Einsatz on October 28, 2012
Format: DVD
Oh good grief.

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!).
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Pulse 3? Ok, I know you're probably saying that you didn't even know there was a Pulse 2! Well the fact is that the second and third installments of the series were released direct to DVD. Pulse was a moderately successful film although one would be hard pressed to suggest it was good enough to warrant two sequels. Ten years have passed since the events in Pulse 2. Little Justine was the only surviving member of her family as both of her parents have succumbed to the terrifying cyber virus. Justine was rescued by a group of survivalists and is now living as a young teenager in a refugee camp, far from any of the deadly technology which releases the life-hating ghosts.

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.
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