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The Skulls III (2004)

PG-13 | | Thriller | Video 23 March 2004
A young college co-ed tries joining the elite, all-male, secret society, the Skulls, and in so doing, she uncovers some unscrupulous methods used by some of the members to get what they want.

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Taylor Brooks
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Roger Lloyd
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Nathan Lloyd
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Brian Kelly
Karl Pruner ...
Martin Brooks
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Det. Staynor
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Det. Valdez
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Dean Lawton
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Veronica Bell
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Ethan Rawlings
Chris Trussell ...
Conrad
David Purchase ...
Killebrew
Toby Proctor ...
Sam Brooks
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Swim Coach
Alison Sealy-Smith ...
Dr. Franks
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Taylor Brooks is a young, overachieving coed at a posh New England college who decides to pledge The Skulls, the secret society of which her father and many of the faculty are members, and for which her older brother died years earlier during an initiation rite. Her resolve to break the all-male Skulls' taboo against female membership by aggressively campaigning to be its first female entrant puts her at odds with most other pledges and alumni members. When she finally succeeds in fulfilling her goal, despite interference from a few Skull members, she finds herself in hot water, with her boyfriend murdered and herself accused of the crime. Taylor must find a way to prove her innocence and find the real killer despite the fact that no one around her can be trusted. Written by Matthew Patay / revised by statmanjeff

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Blackmail, lies, murder...How far will she go to fit in?

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Rated PG-13 for violence | See all certifications »
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23 March 2004 (USA)  »

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A Sociedade Secreta III  »

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Towards the end of the movie, Taylor Brooks dials 911 on a cell phone to allow the police to overhear Nathan Lloyd's plot, but she never presses the "send" button on the phone, so there is no way it would've connected to 911's service. You hear the beeps for 9-1-1, but no beep for send... See more »

Quotes

Roger Lloyd: Stand up and shed the last symbols of your old life. Remove your clothes.
[everyone looks around unsure]
Nathan Lloyd: Stand up! Hesitate and you'll never see this place again.
[Brian and some of the other guys look at Taylor, waiting to see what she does about this]
Taylor Brooks: All right, boys. You heard the man.
[pulls off her shirt]
Taylor Brooks: No time to be shy.
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Follows The Skulls (2000) See more »

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Everything's Changing
Written by C. Bacuerle, T. Hetcher, D. Schmalc
Performed by Christi Bacuerle
By special arrangement with Mike Galaxy Promotions
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2 September 2005 | by (Puerto Rico) – See all my reviews

If i were you, i would skip Skulls 2 and go directly to this nice little gem. Clare Kramer actually did a decent job at this film, as well as the other cast. Normally i don't expect much from direct to video sequels of popular teen movies but this one actually surpassed the original in my opinion. Providing more interesting twists and turns than the original ever did. Not to mention the carbon copy sequel which really sucked. This one really held my interest and kept me guessing at an outcome.

Kramer stars as Taylor a bright and head strong young woman who is still haunted by her brothers suicide and her fathers growing distance. She decides that she will take up the mantel her brother failed to do with becoming a skull. But as the old saying goes, be careful what you wish for. As Taylor suddenly begins to spiral out of control down a path of betrayal, jealousy and murder.

Unlike Skulls 2, this third actually spends time detailing the grueling process of becoming a skull, Skulls 2 skipped all that and just repeated the same scenes from the original, the only thing skulls 2 had differently was a breasts. And sadly Skulls 3 didn't but I'm not complaining the story was so good, i quickly forgot my horn dog ways. Skulls 3 has everything you would want in a good Friday night movie...except breasts but i think we can overlook that cant we?

Not a bad way to waste a couple of bucks on a weeknight.


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