Troll 3

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For the film also known as Troll 3, see Quest for the Mighty Sword.
Troll 3
Troll 3 dvd.jpg
Poster under the name The Crawlers
Directed by Joe D'Amato
Fabrizio Laurenti
Written by Fabrizio Laurenti
Albert Lawrence
Daniele Stroppa
Starring Mary Sellers
Jason Saucier
Bubba Reeves
Chelsi Stahr
Vince O'Neil
Music by Carlo Maria Cordio
Production
  company
Filmirage
Distributed by Columbia/Tri-Star Home Video
Epic Home Video
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (current)
Release date(s)
  • 29 December 1993 (1993-12-29) (US)
Running time 91 mins.
Country Italy, Canada
Language English

Troll 3 (also known as Creepers, Contamination .7, Troll III: Contamination Point 7, or The Crawlers) is a 1993 Canadian-Italian horror film directed by Joe D'Amato and Fabrizio Laurenti.

Like Troll 2, Troll 3 has no plot connection to the original Troll, features no trolls, and is also a horror film, not fantasy-comedy. The film has none of the original cast, nor storyline continuation, from either Troll film. An early script was made with the original cast in mind.[citation needed] In one scene in a bar, a banjo centric song from Troll 2 can be heard in the background.

Plot[edit]

After a small town nuclear power plant dumps hazardous waste into a forest surrounding the small town, people begin dying in increasingly gruesome ways. People cannot pinpoint the source of the deaths, until the EPA investigates, proving that the forests' roots were mutated due to the waste, beginning to kill and eat people. The plants attempt to break loose, however the EPA arrives again and bulldozes the plants, killing them, leaving the possibility that some more plants may have survived.

Cast[edit]

  • Mary Sellers
  • Jason Saucier
  • Bubba Reeves
  • Chelsi Stahr
  • Vince O'Neil

Distribution[edit]

Originally slated for a U.S. theatrical release in 1990, the film ended up as a straight-to-video release in 1993 by Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment. It is also available for DVD rental through Netflix under its alternate name, Contamination .7.[1] Scream Factory (under license from MGM Home Entertainment) has released the film on DVD for the first time along with The Dungeonmaster, Catacombs & Cellar Dweller in a 4 Horror Movie Marathon collection on October 29, 2013.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contamination .7 (1990)". Netflix. Retrieved 2011-01-23.

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