The second straight-to-video sequel to the 2000 thriller The Skulls marks the feature directorial debut of television producer/director J. Miles Dale. Again focusing on the secret fraternal society of The Skulls (based on the real-life Skull and Bones), The Skulls 3 stars Bring It On's Clare Kramer as Taylor Brooks, a new student who aims to become the first female member of the powerful organization. Met with resistance from many of The Skulls, Taylor shows that she's willing to resort to any means necessary to gain acceptance. Bryce Johnson and Barry Bostwick also star. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi
I haven't watched the second of the series (it got some pretty bad reviews), but I really liked the first one. so I thought I would look at this movie. The first hour is a long, drawn out piece about how a Yale girl pushes her way into the Skulls using legal maneuvering, in order to gain acceptance from a father who mourns the loss of his son. Unlike the first movie in the series, only in the last 30 minutes is there any significant mystery and action. And, unlike the first movie, very little male skin is shown. It seems to be late Fall, and everybody seems to be bundled up for most of the movie. The last 20 minutes are fun, but for most of the movie, I was thinking "when is this movie going to pick up?". It's well-acted and edited, though.
This was a bit confusing. BUt good I couldn't tell the difference between most of the guys. BUt good plot trying to make the girl think shes the killer, very intriguing. Very good movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I loved it a 4 star movie.