While Amando de Ossorio’s third Blind Dead film is easily the least of the series (IMHO) it has some good elements that keep it from being a total disaster. The not-good elements do add up over the course of the tale though, with the worst thing you have to overlook being the truly sad shots of the titular Galleon itself. Never believable for a second onscreen Ossorio wasn’t even able to convincingly fake shots of people on the clearly tiny model floating in what looks like a backyard pool. The darkness and fog does not hide the crappiness of the effect at any point and the fact that shots of two watercraft that are supposed to be be right next to each other never match backgrounds causes much eye rolling.
Still- it is a pretty creepy movie if you can forgive it its faults. And if you can keep from shouting Toy Boat every time the damned Ghost Galleon appears.