If you haven't already had your fill of horror movies in which sexy high schoolers are gruesomely murdered -- either by a maniacal killer, a ghoulish monster or, as in the "Final Destination" series, by the fickle fingers of fate and death -- then "Final Destination 3" is a gorefest that should either slake your worst appetites or drive you to the exits.
In "FD3," director James Wong and co-writer Glen Morgan (makers of "FD1") continue their cycle of thematically related horror flicks, each with the same general plot: You can't cheat death. (But apparently you can cheat audiences repeatedly.)
"FD3" once again introduces a cliched teen bunch we know are headed for bad, bloody times when we see them wandering around a rat's nest of an amusement park. Once again, one of the kids -- in this case, moody teen Wendy (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) -- has an eerie premonition that causes her and a few others to avert disaster. (In the first movie, the calamity was a plane crash; in the second, a highway pileup. In "FD3," it's a roller coaster run amok.) Once again, after the clairvoyant teen saves the others, the survivors are picked off by an apparently miffed Death. And once again, the movie's main source of entertainment seems to lie in the complicated slaughters they all suffer, each constructed like one of those Rube Goldberg cartoons or a Buster Keaton comedy. (The worst scene shows two initially giggly girls getting artificially tanned to death.)