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Hatchet 3 – Victor Crowley’s final chapter

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Category: Gore/Horror
Actors: Danielle Harris, Zach Galligan, Kane Hodder, Caroline Williams
Duration: 81 min
Rated: R

You might like this movie if you enjoyed:
Hatchet (2006), Evil Dead (1981/2013), Texas Chainsaw (2013)

The Story: Marybeth (Danielle Harris) has finally killed the ghost of Victor Crowly – oh so she thinks. Leaving a huge blood bath and countless corpses behind her, she walks into the local police station where she gets arrested immediately. No one wants to really believe her story, so they suspect her of having killed all these people. But when the police arrives at the crime scene, they have to find out the hard way that Marybeth wasn’t lying. In the meanwhile Amanda (Caroline Williams), a former news reporter, tells Marybeth that she might know a way to kill Victor Crowley once and for all…

Review: Hatchet 3 probably had the lowest budget, because the picture quality is not as good as in the previous two movies, and the probs seem to be random people they pulled from the street, and didn’t have a clue of what they were doing. The setting and mood are still the same: dark and scary, yet unlikely funny. One thing that is great about the Hatchet-movies is that they always start exactly where the previouse movie left off at. The gore effects are great, however, still over the top and remind me of movies of the 80’s such as Evil Dead. Danielle Harris does an excellent job for this genre. But personally, I wasn’t a fan of Caroline Williams’ acting, it didn’t convince me. Let’s face it, Hatchet is not meant to deliver Oscar performances or an overwhelming story, its major purpose is to entertain and I think that’s what it does.

Rating: 5/10

To read the legend of Victor Crowly click here

2 Comments »

  1. I also had the same thought that maybe the cast of Crowley victims were just people they pulled from the crew (or off the street!) but it was enjoyable for the type of movie it was and the budget limitations. Plus I really like Danielle Harris.

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