Those who think they will meet good old Michael Myers will shed a tear. Halloween 3 only uses this name to help its popularity. It is, compared to the rest of the series, what A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge is for its series, and even worse.
Apart from this fact, the movie is interesting and somewhat unique for its style. The first exclusive element is that the victims are children and that they actually die. However, the deaths are implicit but the violence is still very graphical yet more disgusting than painful. The suspense atmosphere is still present in this episode.
The story forks a few times, in an incoherent manner, making the movie suffer greatly. For example, the character that we thought human and that has all interest in being one finally reveals himself as a cyborg, without any apparent reason. Most people would hire a professional spy to accomplish such a mission, unless having money to burn.
The finale is intense. I would have preferred seeing more than this insulting ending, which concludes the whole point of the movie. All ends and we haven’t seen what we have been awaiting since the start of the movie.