Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence (1992)

USA, 1992
85m
35mm film, Clairmont-Scope, colour, 2.35:1
Dolby, English

An American horror film directed by William Lustig.

Plot Summary

A female cop is shot and wounded while trying to free a hostage. In the aftermath, she’s accused of using excessive force and the undead avenger, Matt Cordell, again returns from the grave to set things straight…

Credits

Crew
Director: William Lustig
Neo Motion Pictures/First Look Pictures
© 1992 by Overseas Filmgroup, Inc.
Executive Producer: W.K. Border
Producers: Joel Soisson, Michael Leahy
Co-producer: Larry Cohen
Script/Film Based on Characters Created by: Larry Cohen
Director of Photography: Jacques Haitkin
Editors: David Kern, Michael Eliot, Rick Tuber
Music: Joel Goldsmith
Sound Mixers: Rick Waddell, Kim Ornitz
Wardrobe Design: Hollywood Raggs Inc
Key Make-Up: Bill Miller-Jones
Key Hair Stylist: Steve McGlocklin
Special Make-Up Effects: KNB EFX Group Inc
Special Effects Supervisor: Larry Fioritto
Production Designer: Clark Hunter

Cast
Robert Davi (Detective Sean McKinney)
Robert Z’Dar (Matt Cordell)
Caitlin Dulany (Dr Susan Fowler)
Gretchen Becker (Katie Sullivan)
Paul Gleason (Hank Cooney)
Jackie Earle Haley (Frank Jessup)
Julius Harris (Houngan)
Grand Bush (Willie)
Doug Savant (Dr Peter Myerson)
Robert Forster (Dr Powell)
Bobby Di Cicco (Bishop)
Frank Pesce (Tribble)
Lou Diaz (Leon)
Brenda Varda (Lindsey)
Vanessa Marquez (Terry)
Denney Pierce (pedestrian heckler)
Ted Raimi (TV reporter)
Vinnie Curro (Kenyon)
Jophery Brown (Degrazia)
Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter (janitor)

Alternative Titles

Maniac Cop 3
Maniac Cop 3: O Crachá do Silêncio – Portugal
Mielipuoli kyttä 3 – Finland

Sequel to
Maniac Cop (1988)
Maniac Cop 2 (1990)

Cast Gallery

Books

  • The Films of the Nineties: A Complete, Qualitative Filmography of Over 3000 Feature-Length English Language Films, Theatrical and Video-Only, Released Between January 1, 1990, and December 31, 1999 by Robert A. Nowlan and Gwendolyn L. Nowlan p.349
  • Horror and Science Fiction Films IV by Donald C. Willis p.311
  • Horror Films of the 1990s by John Kenneth Muir pp.294-295
  • Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Film Sequels, Series, and Remakes by Kim R. Holston and Tom Winchester p.328-329