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Species III -- In the ongoing fight for supremacy between mankind and the human-alien hybrids, a fatal hybrid weakness has given humans the advantage.  Until now, when Sara (Mabrey), the daughter of Eve (Natasha Henstridge), is born, she develops into the most genetically perfect alien form yet!  Seeking to repopulate her kind, this dangerously beautiful femme fatal heeds an overwhelming drive to mate... while a crack military team trails her in an attempt to end the war between the two species forever!
Species III -- Pre, "Coming Soon"
Species III -- Sara tries to seduce Dean.
Species III -- Sara learns to play chess in a matter of seconds.
Species III -- Sara severs her arm chasing a train and demonstrates her amazing ability to heal.


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Writers (WGA):
Dennis Feldman (characters)
Ben Ripley (written by)
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Release Date:
27 November 2004 (USA) See more »
Beauty is only skin deep. See more »
Sara (Sunny Mabrey), the daughter of Eve (Natasha Henstridge) begins her mission to mate with humans, while a specialist military team hunt her down to kill her before its too late. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Robin Dunne ... Dean

Robert Knepper ... Dr. Abbot

Sunny Mabrey ... Sara

Amelia Cooke ... Amelia

John Paul Pitoc ... Hastings (as J.P. Pitoc)

Michael Warren ... Agent Wasach

Christopher Neame ... Dr. Nicholas Turner

Patricia Bethune ... Colleen

Joel Stoffer ... Portus

James Leo Ryan ... Yosef
Savanna Fields ... Young Sara

Natasha Henstridge ... Eve
Reed Frerichs ... ISD Staffer

Marc D. Wilson ... Crew Chief

Matthew Yang King ... Specialist Robert Kelley
Christopher R. Gillum ... Young Portus
Billy Bacon ... Commander

Jim Cody Williams ... Farmer at Gas Station
Mark Zecca ... Tour Guest
Sean C. Ching ... Grad Student

Dan Wells ... Jake

Frank Crim ... Communications Officer
Rick Dean ... Cobb the Gas Station Guy

Boni Yanagisawa ... Female Student
Rob Hinderstein ... Security Guard #1

Carl Ciarfalio ... Security Guard #2

Troy Blendell ... Autopsy Tech
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Keith Camire ... Military Soldier (uncredited)
Josh Cook ... Jock (uncredited)
Kari Ann Peniche ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Jason Sarcinelli ... Adult Male Alien (uncredited)

Marc Scizak ... Football Player (uncredited)

Directed by
Brad Turner 
Writing credits
Dennis Feldman (characters)

Ben Ripley (written by)

Produced by
David Dwiggins .... producer
Frank Mancuso Jr. .... executive producer
Original Music by
Elia Cmiral 
Cinematography by
Christian Sebaldt 
Film Editing by
James Coblentz 
Casting by
Zora DeHorter 
Paul Weber 
Production Design by
Cameron Birnie 
Set Decoration by
Halina Siwolop 
Makeup Department
Kathleen Crawford .... makeup department head
Joel Harlow .... special makeup application
Joel Harlow .... special makeup effects artist: Harlow FX
Maggie Hayes-Jackson .... key hair stylist
Kent Nelson .... key hair stylist
Hiroshi Yada .... mold maker: Harlow FX
Production Management
Bryan Gawron .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Peter Dress .... second assistant director
Patrick A. Duffy .... first assistant director
Libby Minarik .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Ruben Abarca .... drapery foreman
Gary Antista .... property master
Brendan C. Fenton .... on-set dresser
Jeff Hay .... set dresser
Jennifer Kelly .... shopper
Thomas D. Krausz .... set dresser
Kay Kropp .... lead painter
Scott W. Leslie .... set dresser
Julián Navarro .... on set dresser
Richard Redlefsen .... lead painter
Brent Rice .... lead man
Andy Schoneberg .... art department
Maret Wicken .... painter
Sound Department
Michael Babcock .... creature sound designer
Michael Babcock .... sound re-recording mixer
David S. DiPietro .... adr recordist
Paul Drenning .... adr mixer
Shelik Fernandez .... sound effects recordist
Victor Iorillo .... supervising sound editor
Kurt Kassulke .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Lanza .... sound effects editor
Marla McGuire .... adr editor
Stacey Michaels .... foley mixer
Phillip W. Palmer .... production sound mixer
Timothy Pearson .... foley artist
Jeff Rosen .... sound effects editor
Noel Vought .... foley artist
Jeffrey Lee Zimmeran .... utility boom operator (as Jeff Zimmerman)
Special Effects by
Jaremy Aiello .... lead sculptor: Harlow FX
Darin Bouyssou .... moldmaker: Harlow FX
Tamara Carlson .... suit fabricator: Harlow FX
Andy Clement .... animatronic baby effects
Glen Eisner .... sculptor: Harlow FX
Pete Farrell .... moldmaker: Harlow FX
Rachel Fionda .... foam rubber seamer: Harlow FX
Jack Firman .... silicone fabrication: Harlow FX (as John Firman)
Frederick Fraleigh .... suit fabricator: Harlow FX (as Fred Fraliegh)
Anthony Francisco .... concept designer and storyboard artist: Harlow FX
Chris Garnass .... shop coordinator: Harlow FX
Chris Grossnickle .... silicone seamer and fabricator: Harlow FX
Joel Harlow .... creature designer and special makeup effects creator: Harlow FX
Joel Harlow .... prosthetic designer and sculptor: Harlow FX
Rob Hinderstein .... creature designer: Harlow FX
Jeff Jingle .... animatronics supervisor: Harlow FX
Tom Killeen .... painter: Harlow FX
Boyd Lacosse .... key effects coordinator
Rick Lalonde .... hair technician: Harlow FX
James McLoughlin .... moldmaker: Harlow FX
David Monzingo .... creature effects supervisor: Harlow FX
Larry Odien .... puppeteer: Creative Character
Robert Ramos .... moldmaker: Harlow FX
Richard Redlefsen .... painter: Harlow FX
Todd Rex .... sculptor: Harlow FX
Christian Ristow .... animatronics engineer: Harlow FX
Andy Schoneberg .... sculptor: Harlow FX
Douglas J. Stewart .... painter: Harlow FX
Douglas J. Stewart .... special creature/character effects
Gregory C. Tippie .... special effects coordinator
Brian Van Dorn .... mold shop supervisor: Harlow FX
Mark Viniello .... foam rubber fabrication: Harlow FX
Jeanne Vosloo .... suit fabricator: Harlow FX
John Wheaton .... sculptor: Harlow FX
Chris Wolters .... moldmaker: Harlow FX
Hiroshi Yada .... moldmaker: Harlow FX
Visual Effects by
Berj Bannayan .... software engineer: Soho vfx
Barb Benoit .... digital compositor
Dennis Berardi .... visual effects supervisor
Kristy Blackwell .... CG supervisor
Mark Della Rosa .... 3D animator: Soho VFX
Shane Glading .... technical supervisor
Rob Hodgson .... visual effects
Aazim Khan .... digital artist
Michael Kowalski .... producer: visual effects, Soho VFX
Jef Lonn .... digital compositor
Daniel Lu .... 3D animator: Soho VFX
Allan Magled .... visual effects supervisor: Soho vfx
Sarah McMurdo .... visual effects coordinator
Mike Mombourquette .... digital compositor: Soho vfx
Andrew Nguyen .... concept designs
Vladimir Popovic .... systems administrator
Matt Ralph .... 3D animator: Mr. X
Jorge Razon .... 3D animator: Soho VFX
Eric J. Robertson .... visual effects producer
Keith Sellers .... 3D animator: Soho VFX
Karl Sisson .... CG artist
Derek Sunderland .... 3D animator: Mr. X
Aaron Weintraub .... compositing supervisor
Michael Wile .... technical director: Soho vfx
Steve Wittmann .... cg animator
Nick Brandon .... stunt rigger
Richard Bucher .... stunts
Jacob Chambers .... stunt performer
Chris Daniels .... stunt double
Casey Easlick .... stunt double
Debbie Evans .... stunts
Roel Failma .... stunts
Lena Fennema .... stunt performer
Greg Fitzpatrick .... stunt double: J.P. Pitoc
Alisa Hensley .... stunt double: Natasha Henstridge
Theo Kypri .... stunt double
Michael Li .... stunts
Jalil Jay Lynch .... stunt double
Marc Scizak .... stunts
Charles A. Tamburro .... aerial stunt helicopter pilot
Jim Vickers .... stunt coordinator
Jeff Wolfe .... stunts
Boni Yanagisawa .... utility stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Saeed Adyani .... still photographer
Matt Frederick .... second assistant camera
Ken Glassing .... camera operator
George Hesse .... first assistant camera
Paul Janossy .... first assistant camera
Greg McCurley .... lighting technician
Kevin McNeil .... grip
Evan A. Nesbitt .... digital imaging technician
Matthew Pearce .... 1st assistant camera
Gary A. Williams .... dolly grip
Ken Glassing .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Amy De Souza .... casting assistant
Ivy Isenberg .... casting associate
Brad Kenny .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Randy Beveridge .... lead colorist
Michelle Walsh .... assistant editor
Music Department
Max Blomgren .... composer: additional music
Max Blomgren .... synthesizer programmer
Transportation Department
Richard Belyeu .... transportation coordinator
Jeff Bova .... driver
Other crew
John Bocchicchio .... set medic
Keith Bohanan .... location manager
Heather Cappiello .... script supervisor
Leon Dewayne Cozy .... set production assistant
Peter Gray .... 24p high definition systems engineer
Dan Harder .... medic: construction/rigging
Blake Perkinson .... production assistant
Christian Ristow .... puppeteer: various characters
Kristian Sorensen .... military coordinator
John Tamburro .... helicopter pilot
Jim Vickers .... fight choreographer
Christine Zavala .... production coordinator
Mark Zecca .... production secretary

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Also Known As:
Rated R for violence/gore, sexual content and some language
111 min | Argentina:100 min | USA:112 min (unrated version)
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA | Canada:14A (Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-15 | Germany:16 | Iceland:16 | Japan:R-15 | Norway:15 | Singapore:M18 (cut) | Spain:18 | UK:15 | USA:R | USA:Unrated (unrated version)

Did You Know?

Sara was named after Sara Lee desserts.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): In every movie, the Species alien has been able to detect defective genes just by touching a potential mate, including Sara. But at the end of this movie, Sara walks away with a sterile mate when she was seeking a fertile one to continue her species, and they are holding hands. She should have immediately detected his sterility.See more »
Wasach:So I'm not here in an official capacity, and we won't be taking care of this in an official capacity.
Dean:What are you gonna do?
Wasach:You and I are taking care of this in an unofficial capacity.
See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in 'Species III': Set Invasion (2004) (V)See more »
Ten Kinds of PleasureSee more »


Is 'Species III' based on a book?
How much sex, violence, and profanity are in this movie?
Why the big deal over Sara's eggs? Can't she make more?
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Breeds apart., 3 November 2007
Author: lost-in-limbo from the Mad Hatter's tea party.

The first two films were big-budget, but increasingly fun and sexually lurid heatwave (well definitely the second entry) trash. The third outing is on a considerably lesser budget, and a straight-to-DVD production that for most part couldn't recapture the same spirit. Competent, but lacking. However the outgoing sci-fi splashed with action style that was formed in the first two has changed to a more laid-back atmospheric tale that draws closer attention to sci-fi / horror. The idea behind the premise starts off promising enough, to only become too familiar, drawn out and unsatisfying lame. What really brought it down though, was that it seemed to take itself a little bit too seriously with its thickly layered script. Hell this was talky, but wasn't as fun as it could've been. Sure it breaks out towards the latter end, but it's pretty cookie-cutter stuff that's not quite as exciting. Nudity is abundantly flowing, but thrills are little and without much bite, penetration and the rush. The premise is well organised with some neat twists, and gels well with the other films making it easy to follow. It's holds your interest with an old-school type of plot line, but it's to bad that it's mostly lifeless, and anticlimactic despite an attractive lure in Sunny Mabrey. In its favour the special effects that are used do stand up, and the icky make-up FX are finely executed. No CGI overload, but back to basics. The performances are fair. Natasha Henstridge shows up again, in nothing more than a cameo. Robin Dunne goes about things an almost blank manner, and Robert Knepper adds an edgy quality to his part. In the few scenes Amelia Cooke gets as a half-breed, she pretty much smokes up the screen in a generally enjoyable and outrageous performance. Brad Turner's direction is pedestrian, but capably staged. The look of the film shows its limitations. Sound effects come through, though the music score stayed in the background and the cinematography is typically bland.

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