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Time Out
Yuzna and fx maestro Steve Johnson put human flesh on the plot's bare bones, without ever losing sight of the central offbeat romance.
The third entry in this uneven franchise is a straightforward, gruesome, and relatively successful exercise in disturbing frights.
A pedestrian and gruesome, but never really scary, story of how the undead zombies interact with the living.
Return of Living Dead 3 isn't bad for what it is but it's the genre itself that needs reanimation.
Return of the Living Dead 3 has more visual than dramatic flair, with the actors most memorable for their sharply-lit cheekbones and upstaged regularly by the macabre special effects.

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