Poltergeist III

Synopsis: Carol Anne has been sent to live with her Aunt and Uncle in an effort to hide her from the clutches of the ghostly Reverend Kane, but he tracks her down and terrorises her in her relatives' appartment in a tall glass building. Will he finally achieve his target and capture Carol Anne again, or will Tangina be able, yet again, to thwart him?
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Gary Sherman
Production: MGM Home Entertainment
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
98 min

- Good morning. | - 'Morning.

Can you spell "parakeet"?



- Wrong. Try again. | - Wrong?

Wrong, Aunt Trish. Try again.

- What's for breakfast? | - My turn?

Darling, Donna has locked herself | in our bathroom.

Would you get her out of there?

- My favorite role, the wicked stepmother. | - Absolutely.

- It's chilly in here this morning. | - I'll check that.

- You making breakfast? | - Aunt Trish said it's my turn.

Shh with that "Aunt Trish" stuff.

I have been begging you since you got here | not to call her that.

- It's been a month already. | - Bruce, old habits die hard, you know.

- Right, they do. | - My mom always calls her Trish.

My grandma always called her Trish.

But Aunt Pat hates it. | She thinks it's dclass.


- Call her Pat, will you? | - I'll try.

- You want to help me make breakfast? | - I'd love to.

What does "dclass" mean?

Come on. | I heard Mom and Pop called last night.

Yeah, they did.

Just a second.

We're gonna be late again, | and you still have to use my eyeliner...

which I have.

- Here. | - Thanks.

You look great.

Now remember, less is more.

We got eggs, sausage, bacon, dill pickles. | What will it be?


No. Not again.

I cook. You set the table.

- Done. | - A masterpiece.

- A veritable Picasso. | - He would have put your nose over here.

Can I borrow this?

- You look like an Eskimo. | - I'm a California person.

I'm not used to wearing this stuff.

Listen, surfer girl, | the week before you got here...

the temperature got above zero | for about six minutes.

If it's this cold inside, you're gonna | appreciate those when you get outside.

Doesn't it ever get warm in Chicago?

You are going to regret | that remark come August, young lady.

August? I'm supposed to go home | before August.

If I had my way, I'd keep you here forever.

- What are you gonna wear tonight? | - Last year's salary.

- It wasn't that expensive. | - Yeah?

- What are you gonna wear, Dad? | - My tux.

- The one you wore to your wedding? | - Yeah, that one.

- Fashion's never been your father's thing. | - It's a year old, dear.

I think he looks handsome | in his wedding pictures.

- There you are. The voice of sanity. | - I agree.

- Handsome, but conservative. | - I agree.

Wait a minute, | you're on my side, remember?

A woman's entitled to change her mind.

No, thanks. We'll take the next one.

- Who's driving me to work? | - Me.

Let's go.

All aboard.

Thank you, my lady.

Fasten your seat belts.

You better be careful, honey.

- Remember what happened to Narcissus. | - Who?

Greek mythology. He loved looking | at his reflection in a pond so much...

he fell in and drowned.

- Only a boy could be that clumsy. | - You got that right.

What's wrong?

Every new building has its problems.

We'll get those problems | before they get us, right?


Hold it, please!

- Bye, honey. | - Have a good day.

- Thanks for the lift. | - 'Bye, Dad.

'Morning, Gene. How you doing?

- 'Morning, Bruce. | - 'Morning.

- 'Morning, Mr. Gardner. | - 'Morning. What's with the heat?

I'm checking it now. | Probably a thermo on the fritz.

Get it fixed and have somebody check out | Freight Elevator 15. It's got a stutter in it.

15? Sure.

Wait up!

Great! I don't have to go | to that creepy school today.

Oh, no.

Come on, we'll cut them off at the pass.

Our 50 elevators will be carrying...

approximately 12,000 passengers a day...

swiftly and conveniently, | to our many shops, offices...

condominiums, and restaurants.

Come on!

Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, | to a glimpse of the future.

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