mook’s review published on Letterboxd:
This continues straight on from Part 2 and the story relates to events two years prior. However it's a gimmicky, unsatisfying and slightly tame effort - although it does see the first appearance of a certain hockey mask.
The action moves to a third location and even throws a biker gang into the mix but the tone seems too light and it lacks any tension.
I watched this in "eye-popping" 3D which helped a little, especially with any and all opportunities being taken to wave or throw objects at the camera. 4/10.
Three down, nine to go!