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Tales from the Hood 3 (2020)

R | | Horror | Video 6 October 2020
As William, a lumbering man in his 50s, and Brooklyn, a six-year-old child, try to outrun an unseen evil, Brooklyn decides to tell William four moralistic but deeply horrific stories to ... See full summary »




Credited cast:
Patrick Abellard ... Percy Woodhouse
Frederick Allen ... First Monk
Djouliet Amara ... Grace
Sage Arrindell ... Brooklyn
Graham Ashmore ... Coroner Phil
Ese Atawo ... Connie Conjurer
Savannah Basley ... Chela Simpson
London Brown ... David Burr
Natasha Burnett ... E-Lips
Jaime M. Callica ... Park
Alec Carlos ... Victor
Rita Deverell Rita Deverell ... Momma Conjure
Morgan Easton-Fitzgerald Morgan Easton-Fitzgerald ... Girl w. Teddy Bear Mask
Olaoluwa Fayokun ... Morgue Security Guard
Kevin Harris Kevin Harris ... Second Doctor


As William, a lumbering man in his 50s, and Brooklyn, a six-year-old child, try to outrun an unseen evil, Brooklyn decides to tell William four moralistic but deeply horrific stories to distract herself from the impending danger. The first story deals with a greedy real estate agent, David, who burns down an apartment to drive its last remaining tenants, The Bradford Family, out of their home. The second story concerns some frat boys who throw a white supremacist party, and the American Terrorist, Psycho Johnny, who puts a violent end to the party. The third story revolves around a struggling singer, Chela, and her rich employer, Miss Marie Bastille, who Chela wants to kill and use her money to further her career. The fourth story is about a petty thief who ends up killing one of his victims and becomes cursed in the aftermath of his sin. Written by lovejam

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Rated R for horror violence, disturbing images, sexual content, and language including racist epithets | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


In the first story, when the bad guy looks at his phone, some of the other recent calls are from Andrew Vona, Rusty Cundieff, John Quinn, and Darin Scott - all people who worked on the film. They are the additional editor, director & writer, editor, and director & writer, respectively. See more »


When William runs from the little girl out into the main part of the catacombs, if you look into where he ran from, you can see a piece of the set rocking back and forth. It initially looks like someone chasing him, but it is not. See more »


Follows Tales from the Hood 2 (2018) See more »

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All and all a return to form for the series and a good fallow up to the first
9 October 2020 | by echedSee all my reviews

The original Tales From the Hood is a cult classic for good reason. It is my second fave horror anthology(ABCs of Death just! beating it) and is a horror film I love very fondly. If you haven't seen it, see it!

Part 2 was full of bad camera work, worse acting, and some of the most bonkers stuff you could think of to put on screen. It is a Z grade film, that gets everything so wrong on a technical level that it becomes oddly charming. In other words it is a pure so bad it's good and I find it hilarious. A lot of people hate it(and I can see why!) but I love it for much the same reason so many people like Troll 2.

But that of course asks, what kind of film would part 3 be? A cult classic social commentary dark horror film like the original, or a trash fire comedy miss step like part 2?

Well part 3 feels very much like it was made in response to the bad feed back part 2 got. The film plays itself VERY safe. Only one of the four stories is even actually a commentary on racism. The rest could take place in any old anthology series. All the stories are a lot more down to Earth and much less over the top then anything was in part 2, or even the original. This does make the film pretty predictable. Since it is playing things so held back and safe you will be able to call out the plot twists well before they happen. A lot of people are going to complain that this film is very paint by numbers and formulaic.

BUT along with playing things much more by the numbers the film makes itself much more competently. Camera work, good, acting good, pacing, good. Nothing is AMAZING! But there are no bad miss steps anywhere besides some weak CGI here and there. I do feel the one story about racism, the second one, is pretty darn good and feels like it would have been at home in the first film. The third story, though as said it could be from any horror anthology series, is still a good story that is well done and charming. It also has the first queer character for the series! Cool! :) The other two stories though predictable are by no means bad. So yes, this is an anthology with not a single bad story! Which is pretty good in my book.

Ya, you can nit pick it(the idea of this like six year old telling a grown man about a story where a man has sex with a blowup doll is pretty wonderfully absurd), but if you do you'll be just hating it for hating it sake.

No, this is a light going, turn your mind off, grab some Halloween candy with friends, kind of horror film. It's time killer, but very well done time killer and I think fans of the original will be over all pleased.

6.8 out of 10.

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6 October 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Korku Masallar─▒ 3 See more »

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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1.78 : 1
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