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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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Taylor Brooks
Roger Lloyd
Nathan Lloyd
Brian Kelly
Karl Pruner ...
Martin Brooks
Det. Staynor
Det. Valdez
Dean Lawton
Veronica Bell
Ethan Rawlings
Chris Trussell ...
David Purchase ...
Toby Proctor ...
Sam Brooks
Swim Coach
Alison Sealy-Smith ...
Dr. Franks


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 »




Release Date:

23 March 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Sociedade Secreta III  »

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When Taylor is running and Ethan stops her for the "apology break," he drops his book bag from his shoulder to the ground. Two shots later it's back on his shoulder, but he never picked it back up; then, in the next shot, it's back off when he grabs her arm. See more »


Veronica Bell: Well, unless you plan on growing a penis, you're not gettin' in.
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And the first Skulls was so good...
13 October 2004 | by (New Hampshire) – See all my reviews

I really liked the original Skulls. There were good actors, writing/script/plot etc. And I haven't seen Skulls II yet (I didn't know there were any sequels until I saw Skulls III was on TV).

Skulls III is poor. The actors are fine, but the plot is so easy to predict. There's no suspense. No surprises. And I'd almost call Skulls III slow most of the time.

Skulls III certainly gives you nothing worth watching for 2 hours. You'd be better off renting/watching the original Skulls again, than to watch this version.

If they plan to make a Skulls IV, bring back the writers and director types which made Skulls (I) a success.

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