Well, I don't really write reviews, so I'll just tell you what I thought - without giving anything away. First off, I'd say part three is definately the best looking film of the three(waaaay bigger budget than part two) - from set design to film quality, every scene is picturesque and quite beautifull. This one takes place in the 1800's so I guess that allowed for more artistic creativity as far as sets/costumes go. However, the plot is fairly basic and as far as I could tell. There was no underlying theme behind the premise like in the previous two - it's just a horror film. Way more and better gore/wolves/Ginger than part 2, and about about on par with part 1 in that respect. Overall I would place it a close second behind part one only because part one had a clever theme worked into the plot. Just wanted to add, if you liked the first one, definately check this one out - it's a lot of fun.