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actually works better than the original theatrical release of Pulse because the bar is a bit lower.
An obvious improvement over its immediate predecessor...
I really don't know why they keep making these trashy sequels to an already bad remake. Oh wait the money. Pulse has nothing going for it to make it truly interesting. The only thing that's going for it is how awful it can get. Well for the series this is an awful third entry with nothing interesting. The script is awful, the scares are cheap, with nothing creative about them, and the film looks very low budget. Of course straight to DVD titles will always suck, but on the rare occasion they'll be one that stands out as actually quite good, unfortunately, Pulse 3 doesn't do that whatsoever. This is a stupid franchise, and these sequels and remake included are pointless and an insult to the original work. They really should get a hint that these films suck. Hollywood should focus on quality, not quantity. These films are awful and have nothing creative about them. The actors are crap, the directing is awful and everything else is out of place. These films should've never been made in the first place. I really don't understand the point of making awful sequels to an already awful remake. Do yourself a favor, watch something other than this trash, I found it's more of the same than the first two films in this dreadful series and it doesn't pay off. Avoid it.
Don't waste your time - again.
This is real bad. Looked so fake and even though I thought the idea of this one was pretty good the overall result was bad and the acting by the main girl especially.
This is an interesting installment in the 'Pulse' collection that follows closely after the second Pulse movie. It follows young Justine after seven years had past, and is now living amongst a family in a West Texas safe-zone. She is struggling to understand the reasons for becoming estranged from the previous life before the attacks, and uneasily becomes connected with a ghost back in the city. Interesting cast. Worth seeing.
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