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When I heard that Cold Prey 3 was a prequel, I was a bit upset but than I thought hmmm maybe the Norwegians can to do it and right I was. So we are now onto the origins of the killer and why he is killing. To me I was riveted from the get go and bought in to the motivations behind our antagonist. Sure this was well done but maybe my liking has a lot to do with me watching these three films 18 months apart in which I didn't have that attachment to the killer and not wanting to know his past. When Rob Zombie re-invented Halloween's Micheal I just didn't care. To me Michael Myers was no longer scary and not knowing the true origins of Michael for 35 years was fine with me. The remake of Friday the 13th in 2009 I felt the same way. Did we really need to know about Jason's Lair underground...ahhh No and I think Friday the 13th Part 2 explanation was enough. Anyway Cold Prey 3 is as good as its going to get for a prequel and it really ties the three movies together. I give it 8 on principle that I just won't give a prequel a 9.
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