Since the conception of Night of the Demons, the two spin-offs have definitely declined in "production value." This seems to be the doom of all sequels, though, often operating on a portion of the budget their predecessor had. Night of the Demons 3 is no exception to that rule, either. The storyline has remained about the same, the effects have fallen a bit from grace, and the acting, well, its remained at an 80's horror level. Despite these reasons, however, the film still shines with a mesh of predictable characterizations and spoof horror that makes a fan willing to watch a third sequel smile.
The plot is an easy one, a group of friends "accidentally" hold up a gas station and find themselves at odds with the law. In a very awkward moment of panic, they find themselves needing some sort of refuge and almost out of gas. The solution? Hiding at Hull House, of course! Here, we get to follow the troupe of victims, a hodgepodge of comic relief and bad attitudes, as they meet Angela and learn why Hull House needed that underground stream.
If you aren't a fan of enjoyable sequeling, then you might want to give this one a rental glance. If you do like your demons returning every Halloween to play, however, you won't be disappointed with it.