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Boys Behind Bars 3

UK 2015
produced by
Wade Radford for Live Wire Entertainment
directed by Jason Impey, Wade Radford
starring Wade Radford, Honey Bane, Renee Maddox, Debra Chant, Sky James, Zephan Carraway
story by Wade Radford

Boys Behind Bars

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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To tease her "boys" a little more, prison warden Miss Muncher (Honey Bane) sends them a drug counsellor, Carol (Debra Chat). Now there's no doubt there are drugs in Muncher's prison ward, but fact is, none of the inmates see it as a problem, actually it helps them fight the boredom of prison routine and forget that they are locked in. Still, Carol does her best to explain to her three "patients" - Aj (Renee Maddox), Ben (Sky James) and ever-mischievious Darrell (Wade Radford) - that drugs are bad, and every high will result in a powerful comedown, but the boys won't listen, because there's one thing Carol does not know: Aj and Ben have a steady supply of drugs that keep them high all of the time, and Darrell ... well, he is actually not a user, but he's the drugpusher of the ward. There's another thing too that Carol doesn't know: Miss Muncher is Darrell's accomplice, providing him with drugs from the outside, and together they run the ward. And naturally, there's one thing they could do without, and that's a state-employed drug counsellor. So while Miss Muncher turns a blind eye, Darrell, Aj and Ben overcome Carol, torture her both mentally and physically, and finally Darrell tells her she can only get out of here once she has killed one of the gang. Since all three guys are armed, and she is physically no match for either of them, this is pretty much an impossible task ... but it wouldn't be Darrell if he hadn't his own inferior motives - that of course lead to disastrous results ...


Like the previous movies of the series, Boys Behind Bars 3 is certainly not a film for everyone: It's loud, it's offensive, it certainly doesn't shy away from violence, and quite bluntly put, you might not always like what you see and hear. But to describe Boys Behind Bars 3 as nothing more than a tale of sex and violence would mean falling several feet short of grasping the film: Sure it's explicit, it's a tad trashy even, and self-consciously so, but there's also tons of psychological powerplay involved in the story that might be merciless but quite powerful nevertheless, and the film has a definite build-up of tension and suspense to it that's quite simply hard to escape. Plus Wade Radford is just so likeably despicable as Darrell yet again that you can't help but root for him bringing more evil to everyone ...




review © by Mike Haberfelner


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