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Hatchet (Unrated Director's Cut)

Kane Hodder , Joel David Moore , Adam Green    Unrated   DVD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Jenny J.J.I. TOP 500 REVIEWER
What's good about this? The gore is fantastic. The problem with this movie is that it is such a throwback to the 80's, it belongs there. If this film was released 20 years ago, I have no doubt that it would now be referred to as a classic. In 2007, though, this film feels too much like 'we've seen it all before.' The humor soon dries up, the best lines having been used within the first 20 minutes, and we are left with some groan worthy dialogue, which far out ways the few funny lines that are in the rest of the film. And once we've seen one bloody murder, there are no surprises, as all the murders are pretty much the same but very gory.

Crowley himself is shown in his full glory pretty much the first time we meet him, and I couldn't help but feel that if he had been kept in the shadows a bit more he would have been a little scarier. As it is he looks like he has walked off of the set of 'Wrong Turn', a far more imaginative horror movie.

At the same time this film pays homage too many horror classics like many have stated on this site and the ending is a blatant rip off of one of these. I won't say which one, because I don't want to ruin what little surprises this film has.

Yes, I know this isn't supposed to be an intellectually challenging movie, but it is supposed to be fun. Joel Moore is an unlikely leading man and he just isn't the hero type. The rest of the cast aren't given a lot to do, and a couple of the ladies (including Mercedes McNab of 'Angel' fame) are there with no other purpose than to show their female parts and scream to the point you wish they would stop and get on with the film.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Blood in the bayou Jan. 16 2008
A cast of unknowns, a swampy abandoned bayou, a ruined house, buckets of gore, and a deformed backwater psycho. Classic horror, in other words.

And you have to admit, "Hatchet" never pretends to be anything it's not -- a horror movie in the classic slasher vein, with lots of blood and dismemberment. Adam Green doesn't do anything we haven't seen before, but he does it with such gleeful enjoyment. And gloriously satirical dialogue ("Your nipples are dumb!").

A bunch of guys are at Mardi Gras, enjoying the beer, beads and breasts. Ben (Joel Moore) is depressed about a recent breakup, so he decides to drag his pal Marcus (Deon Richmond) on a haunted boat trip. Since the main guides no longer do night tours, Ben and Marcus end up on a tiny boat with two dumb tourists, two softcore porn actresses, their "producer," and a mystery girl with a gun.

But then the newbie guide accidentally runs them into a rock, and they run afoul of gaters. And then Marybeth (Tamara Feldman) reveals the horrifying truth -- she's there to find her brother and father, who vanished in this same swamp. Supposedly it's haunted by the ghost of Victor Crowley, a horribly deformed boy who was accidentally killed by his father during a fire.

Of course, nobody buys this until a grotesque creature comes jumping out of the old Crowley house and hacks up the tourists with a hatchet. Terrified, the people go running through the woods, with Victor hot in pursuit -- and their only hope of escape is to get back to New Orleans. But how can they escape someone who cannot be killed?

Again, this has all been done before -- think "Halloween" meets "Friday the 13th," with dashes of other horror classics thrown in there.
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By Vader
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
If you love over the top graphic horror violence and gory scenes, then this is the movie for you. Hatchet is an old school horror film. I can see why this movie was a solid NC-17 movie. This is definitely not for anyone under the age of 18. Uncensored and uncut. The scenes were disturbing and graphic. Gore throughtout the film. Hatchet is for every horror movie fan.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Slasher Is Back July 17 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Everything an 80's slasher fan could ever want. This movie is an excellent return to a genre extinct for many years. Victor Crowley, played by Kane Hodder (Jason, Friday The 13th), is the perfect slasher movie killer; Disturbing origin story, hideous appearance, and he just won't die. Fans of Friday the 13th, Halloween, and A Nightmare On Elm Street will love this movie.
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