Species III (2004)
Returning for a third bite of the SPECIES cherry, director Brad Turner replaces the curvacious Eve (Natasha Henstridge, who makes a brief appearance) with her daughter and fellow hottie Sara (Sunny Mabrey). The battle between mankind and the human-alien lifeforms has gathered pace since the last frenetic round of SPECIES action, with the humans gaining a slight upper hand.
Genre: Horror,Science Fiction,Thriller
Director: Brad Turner
Release Date: November 27, 2004
Producers: David Dwiggins
Actors: Robin Dunne,Robert Knepper,Sunny Mabrey,Amelia Cooke,John Paul Pitoc,Michael Warren,Christopher Neame,Patricia Bethune,Joel Stoffer,James Leo Ryan,Savanna Fields,Natasha Henstridge,Reed Frerichs,Marc D. Wilson,Matthew Yang King,Christopher R. Gillum
             
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