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Hatchet II (2010)

Picking up exactly where the original film left off, Adam Green’s sequel to his 2006 cult slasher doesn’t waste any time getting down to business, and it also doesn’t require you to have seen the original, catching viewers up with extensive back story (rendered bearable by the ever-spooky voice of Tony Todd) after the bloody beginning. 370 more words


FrightFest 2010 Diary: Day 1

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FrightFest 2010 Diary – Day 1 – Thursday, 26th August 

This year’s FrightFest opened on a nostalgic note. A reel of hilariously hoary trailers for exploitation movies – and accompanying oldschool ads for furniture outlet stores – took us all back to the glory days of trashy genre pics shown in local fleapits. 1,238 more words

Episode 105: Jason Miller

Unidentified director Jason Miller stops by to talk about the film and it quickly turns into a Stern love fest…drink the egg nog..

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Ron Purtee

Hatchet 2

I know, I know. We haven’t reviewed the first one. We’ll get to it.

But we’re bored and drunk, so fuckin deal with it.

There’s tits, but thats pretty much to be expected. 418 more words


Red Band Trailer Drops for Hatchet III

I just watched the trailer for the upcoming third installment in the HATCHET franchise, HATCHET III, and I still have a rager going on!!  I know there’s a few horror fans who bash Adam Green’s HATCHET films as being too old school and pandering to the lowest common denominator.   229 more words

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Badass Teaser Poster Drops for Hatchet 3!!

Dark Sky Films has recently dropped the teaser poster for it’s upcoming HATCHET 3 and I, for one, am stoked.  I loved the first two HATCHET films.   379 more words

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Hatchet II

Hatchet II (2010)
★ / ★★★★

Marybeth (Danielle Harris) survives after being attacked by Victor Crowley (Kane Hodder), a disfigured serial killer who prowls the Honey Island Swamp at night. 519 more words

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