FEAST 3 continues from the exact moment that the second film left off, with the last remaining survivors trapped on a rooftop while attempting to outrun the alien menace in the streets below. After a brave escape, the group takes off into the sewers to try to make their way back to the big city, but new dangers lurk in the subterranean passageways under the deserted town. FEAST 3 has all of the same failings that cluttered the last film, without the benefit of having even half as many gory deaths or sickening gross-outs. It continues to add to its list of missteps through the inadequate lighting in the sewer scenes, horribly shot action sequences, and poor pacing. Audiences can expect all of the same low-brow humor and ridiculous plotting tools with no bloody payoff whatsoever. The one hope that FEAST 3 does bring is that this will be the final film in a failing series.