Okay, so a sequel that I have some background with. I've seen the original From Dusk Till Dawn, which was written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Robert Rodriguez. From Dusk Till Dawn 3 is written by Robert Rodriguez's cousin, Álvaro Rodriguez. I know that sounds like it's made up, but it's true. It was filmed by a guy whose credits include unnecessary sequels to films that were already great (such as Lost Boys: The Tribe) and TV shows based off of films (but not the From Dusk Till Dawn TV series). This gives you an idea of what's going to go on here.
Actually, I'm not entirely sure what's going in here. Our two groups of characters end up all at the bordello where Danny Trejo serves up tequila and angry looks. One group is banditos and the other group consists of a pastor, his wife, and the American author/journalist Ambrose Bierce. Ambrose was a real person that went to join Pancho Villa's army and was never seen again. That's what happens when a white guy from Ohio does stupid shit. Equally stupid shit people from Ohio have done, worn a Brown's jersey at the one diner in Pittsburgh and supposedly got stabbed in the bathroom. I'm pretty sure that's an urban legend, but it's one Yinzer's like. Also, it's a better story than this film.
This is all pretty much what you expect from a From Dusk Till Dawn film. Vampires, snake women vampires, debauchery, lots of killing and like a half hour fight scene, and my favorite part where the main vampire woman (that isn't the hangman's daughter) dies. Dawn comes, she gets caught in the sun and is trying to back into the bordello. She ends up getting trapped in the door spike/lock things and becomes burnt super crisp for a second. I half watched the scene and was exhausted from work so I looked over and just said out loud "Whoopie Goldberg?!" before the vampire turned to dust. The whole movie then ends with some shitty SyFy channel style CGI where the entire screen is just a computer generated shart.
I give From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter 1 plastic vampire fang out of 5: