The Brotherhood III: Young Demons (2003) Kristopher Turner, Paul Andrich, Ellen Wieser, Julie Pedersen Movie Review

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The Brotherhood III: Young Demons (2003)

The Brotherhood of Oh Man

A group of high school students decide to take their love of role-playing games in to the real world by using their school on a weekend as the setting of their adventures. And to make it more exciting one of them has unearthed an ancient book of magic spells which they decide to use to make their game playing more authentic. What they don't expect is for the ancient incantations to actually work and through their messing around have unearthed a dark force which puts them all in danger unless they can find a way to reversing what they have done.

So first things first and "The Brotherhood III: Young Demons" is a bad movie, the storyline is pointless, the acting is terrible and the editing is as basic as it comes. But then in truth I am not shocked or surprised as having endured the previous two "Brotherhood" movies I knew exactly what to expect from the poor acting to the heavily choreographed and suggestively erotic scenes of a man showering in a pair of white briefs whilst elsewhere some characters where bondage style outfits. The thing is that whilst I may have expected trash it didn't make me any more accepting of it and out of the three "The Brotherhood" movies I have watched so far this is the worst.

The trouble with "The Brotherhood III: Young Demons" it is anything which is wrong about it from the excruciatingly weak story to the acting. In fact with this being set in a school at weekends it kind of made me think of the amateurish sort of movies that students make in school with over exaggerated reactions as well as over staged scenes which always seem to linger on longer than is necessary. It gets to the point that there is really nothing in "The Brotherhood III: Young Demons" which is praiseworthy, well unless you like the look of any of the vast who unsurprisingly get to where bondage style outfits.

What this all boils down to is that "The Brotherhood III: Young Demons" was a bad movie and there is no way, even with another 100 viewings, would I change my mind. And if you have watched the previous "Brotherhood" movies, well this is in fact worse than those.