Troll 3, aka The Crawlers, aka Contamination .7., aka Troll III: Contamination Point 7, aka Creepers is a 1993 horror film directed by Joe D'Amato under the pseudonym David Hill. Much like Troll 2, Troll 3 has an utter and complete lack of Trolls and like Troll 2, Troll 3 has no connection to any of the previous films. if I had to rate the Troll films against one another I would say the order would go as such, Troll, Troll 3, and last Troll 2. Luckily D'Amato succeeded where Claudio Fragasso failed. As unlike Troll 2, Troll 3 isn't completely boring.
Troll 3 opens on a bus and we are quickly introduced to the films heroine Josie (Mary Sellers), who is returning home via bus after living in the "big city" for an undisclosed number of years. She meets another woman Susan (Chelsi Stahr), who is traveling to Seattle see her boyfriend. When the bus stops momentarily at a gas station Susan gets accidentally left behind. Josie returns home, never informing the bus driver that he left Susan behind even though the bus isn't full, they were just talking and Josie saw her get off to use the bathroom, where she is reunited with her family. We then get introduced to Dr. Taylor (Bubba Reeves), who works for a nuclear power plant. After taking reading of radiation outside the plant he starts digging, uncovering that the plant manager has been skimming money for the disposal fund and having the waste buried in the woods. Susan who has befriended the best character in the film Jack (Eddy Eby), the old man who runs the gas station, She manages to catch a ride with a customer in hopes of catching up to the bus. Unfortunately…show more content… But, maybe just maybe when viewed under the right light could pass for ok, maybe fair. The acting is an improvement over the previous installment. But this is due to a script that while still clunky and padded out at times, is at least closer to how real people