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Headsup: 3 Movies With A 3 For The 3rd

Basket Case 3. Duane and Belial Bradley have had their problems with Belial being a monstrous freak and Duane not being the sharpest knife in the drawer. Things are looking up with Belial about to be a father and the family staying with Granny Ruth and her home for ‘unique individuals. Unfortunately, the cops stumble upon with this unusual group and… let’s just say it won’t be pretty. The last of the Basket Case trilogy has plenty of tongue in cheek humor, impressive amounts of gore, and more latex than a fetish party. (Click here to buy it from Amazon.)

[ad#longpost]Child’s Play 3. You’d think the bastard offspring of a Teddy Ruxbin and My Buddy would be scary enough. Adding the soul of a Satan worshiping serial killer is just icing on the cake. Evil icing. So everyone’s favorite doll of death, Chucky (Brad Dourif), is back. He’s stalking his favorite playmate Andy (Justin Whalin) at military school, but Chucky may have found a new friend in Tyrone (Jeremy Sylvers) and he could end up on the losing side of Let’s Switch A Soul. So come for the bloodshed, but stay for the one-liners. Click here to buy it from Amazon.

Three Steps To Heaven. Revenge is always a dangerous path to go on. But when her young boyfriend mysteriously drowns and the police assume its an accident, Suzanne (Katrin Cartlidge) has no choice. She knows that her man Sean was in the company of three unsavory character before his death: a sleazy businessman, a sleazy politician, and a sleazy TV personality. With gun in hand, she is going to find the truth. Of course, the problem with the truth is you will discover more than you bargained for. This Miramax release is a mix of dark comedy and high tension. (Click here to buy it from Amazon.)

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