‘Skye Rotter’ is finally ready to put her bloody past behind her.
Here we are at the end of the trilogy.
With ‘Charlie Rotter’ now dead there was no absolutely no doubting that ‘Alex’ would be the one to take over the villainous role, this was made evidently clear at the end of the last film and as much as we all saw it coming I thought ‘Charlie’ may have made it to the end.
With that in mind this film becomes highly predictable and for some reason it turns its attention more to the comedic side than Horror which I found to be a very strange idea, this becomes highly irritating very quickly and doesn’t help build anything like we’ve seen in the first two films.
Fortunately it doesn’t stay this way and it does find that spirit of the first two releases once again. Although the appalling beginning does admittedly leave a bad taste in your mouth throughout the rest of the film and you wonder why they did that.
The feature brings the climax we all waited for but as I stated earlier this was all just so very predictable and it has a slow pace that tries to stretch out a very thin story, nevertheless it does have some fun scenes and witty dialogue but it’s just not enough.
“My Super Psycho Sweet 16 – Part 3” finishes up the trilogy but unfortunately for viewers it’s on a whimper.