Taste Me: Death-scort Service Part 3 (2018) (MOVIE REVIEW)

Taste Me: Death-scort Service Part 3 (2018) (MOVIE REVIEW)
DIRECTED BY: Chris Woods
STARRING: Eight The Chosen One, Ashley Lynn Caputo, ‘Sushii’ Xhyette Holder
RATED: UR/WIDESCREEN
LOOK FOR IT ON BLU-RAY & DVD FROM THE SLEAZE BOX

There’s a killer on the loose and there strangling hookers mostly from an escort service called Tasty Chicks. Police are on the case and are trying to track down the killer. Meanwhile, a drifter is picked up by one of the hookers after he saves her from an abusive john. He is brought back to there whore house after he was shot by the john and is nursed back to health. He is offered a job to protect the girls from the killer targeting them. But he soon discovers something is strange going on in the house and there is more of a threat than just the strangler on the loose.

The Sleaze Box is back with Taste Me: Death-scort Service Part 3! And while you still get the over the top violence and nudity you’ve probably come for with a Sleaze Box movie, you also get a different take this time around in the plot. Gone is the mysterious masked killer where we try to guess who the killer is. Here we have a escort service filled with man earing cannibals! I for one welcome the new concept for the series. This also allows us to bring back some of the women who died before to play different roles here. Topping this one off is Eight The Chosen One who is playing a pretty big role and a different role than we’ve seen him play before. He really brings the goods here and gives a great acting performance. Something you might not expect in a movie that is still mostly made up of blood and reasons to get hot women naked.

So while the plot and concept is a little different in Death-scort Service Part 3, you should fear not loyal Sleaze Box fans because we still have naked women showing all the goods, we still have lots of gore, and we still have Bob Glazier running around with his junk on display! I’ll admit that the plot for this one actually had me enjoying this entry into the franchise a bit more than I did any of the ones before it. Sometimes doing something a little different in a series isn’t a bad thing and Taste Me: Death-scort Service Part 3 is proof of that way of thinking.