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Sometimes They Come Back... for More (1998)
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Daniel Zelik Berk
Clayton Rohner Faith Ford Max Perlich
1h 29m

"Sometimes They Come Back... for More" is a 1998 horror film directed by Daniel Zelik Berk. It is the third installment in the "Sometimes They Come Back" film series, loosely based on a Stephen King short story. Here's a brief description:

Plot:The film is set in Antarctica, where a military research facility has become the backdrop for a terrifying and otherworldly experience. A group of researchers, led by Colonel Callie Wilson (played by Clayton Rohner), is sent to investigate an anomaly in the icy wasteland.

As the team delves deeper into the mysterious events, they discover a secret Soviet military base buried beneath the Antarctic ice. Soon, they realize that the base holds more than just Cold War secrets. Unearthed supernatural forces from the past threaten the lives of the team members, as they find themselves trapped in a nightmarish struggle for survival.

The malevolent entities haunting the facility force the characters to confront their own traumatic pasts. As the supernatural threat intensifies, the line between reality and the paranormal blurs, and the characters must unravel the mystery to escape the horrors that lurk in the frozen darkness.


  • Supernatural Horror: The film explores supernatural horror elements, blending them with the confined and isolated setting of an Antarctic research facility.
  • Confronting the Past: Similar to the previous films in the series, "Sometimes They Come Back... for More" involves characters confronting traumatic events from their past, with the added twist of supernatural forces.
  • Isolation and Claustrophobia: The desolate and icy Antarctic setting contributes to a sense of isolation and claustrophobia, heightening the tension.


  • Clayton Rohner: He plays Colonel Callie Wilson, the leader of the research team.
  • Faith Ford, Max Perlich, and Damian Chapa: The film features a cast of characters representing the diverse group of researchers facing the supernatural threat.

Critical Reception:"Sometimes They Come Back... for More" is generally considered a lesser-known entry in the horror genre. It didn't receive widespread critical acclaim, and some reviews noted its departure from the more straightforward horror elements of the previous

films in the series.

Note: While the film is part of the "Sometimes They Come Back" series, it takes the story in a different direction by incorporating a military and Antarctic setting. If you're a fan of horror films that mix supernatural elements with isolated and confined environments, "Sometimes They Come Back... for More" may offer a unique and chilling experience.

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