Directed by Don Coscarelli.
The cross-country hunt for the mortician continues as the plot thickens.
After a brief montage which attempts to clue in any audiences that may have missed Phantasm (1979) and Phantasm II (1988), this third entry begins with a slight tweak to the ending of the last film. With the story picking up immediately from the previous movie, Reggie (Reggie Bannister) is revealed to be alive and he quickly discovers an unconscious Mike (A. Michael Baldwin returning to the role). The love interest from Phantasm II is swiftly dispatched, never to be acknowledged again, and it would appear that all the chips are in order for director Don Coscarelli to proceed.
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