The survivors decide to lure Victor back to his house and set him on fire with the gasoline tanks in the shed. Ben goes into the shed to retrieve a gasoline tank while Misty stands guard and Marybeth and Marcus act as bait. And even more unsurprisingly, amongst the imperilled group are two shapely airheaded bimbos one played by Buffy and Angel's Mercedes McNab who bare their breasts at every opportunity because they're making a softcore gonzo porn flick. Victor Crowley, the fourth installment, was released in August 2017. In style of old-school slasher films, such as , the plot follows a group of tourists on a New Orleans haunted swamp tour, who accidentally get stranded in the wilderness, only to be hunted by a vengeful, supernatural deformed man who kills anyone that enters the swamp. Gemeinsam mit dem breitgeschlagenen Kumpel und ein paar weiteren Katastrophentouristen geht es hinaus in den nächtlichen Sumpf, wo weit schlimmere Überraschungen als hungrige Alligatoren auf die Ausflügler lauern.
Watching the film feels more like viewing a condensed reel of slasher kills with a few drunk and fun-loving friends - certainly not a bad thing, but not exactly a horror movie either. Green confirmed on March 29, 2010, the extension of the series to two more sequels, and has expressed interest. Archived from on December 26, 2010. The boat hits a rock and begins sinking, leaving them stranded. Crowley, with Todd returning as Reverend Zombie, and Buechler as Jack Cracker. Its Mardi Gras in the French quarter, so there's lots of bare breasts which is nice and some semi funny dialouge. Ben finds a tank and throws it on Victor while Marybeth and Marcus set him on fire, but rain extinguishes him.
That being said, it's obvious that the people involved in the production have a real love for the genre. Marcus decides to leave but changes his mind upon seeing two topless girls: Misty, a ditzy porn star, and Jenna, a bossy, boastful, up-and-coming actress. Victor grabs a gate pole and chases Ben and Marybeth, throwing it into Ben's foot. Shawn leads them through swamplands and past abandoned houses, including one where Victor Crowley, a deformed creature, lived. Shapiro has Misty and Jenna strip down and film a scene for Bayou Beavers as everyone boards the boat, while a homeless swamp-dweller named Jack Cracker warns them away from the swamp. Hatchet was selected for Sitges International Film Festival in Spain in 2006.
While Ainsley is urinating, Sampson falls silent; Ainsley finds Sampson dead before he too is killed by a. Incidentally, to publicise Hatchet McNab posed for a photoshoot that appeared in Playboy in late 2006 to coincide with the movie's release but this nifty piece of cross-promotion was derailed by Hatchet's release being delayed by almost a year it finally crept into American cinemas in the Autumn of 2007. During a celebration in , a group of friends including Ben and his best friend Marcus decide to go on a haunted swamp tour. I don't know why you would spend all of that money to make a bad movie. Marybeth shoots Victor with a handgun, but he gets up and resumes his pursuit. Kane Hodder's monster antics are always a delight, and Adam Green will definitely be a name to watch in the future.
Marybeth bends the pole until it is pointed at Victor, who impales himself upon it and collapses, apparently killed. New in the cast were and , who took over the role of Marybeth. My wife and I are big New Orleans fans so when we heard a movie was shot on location there, we jumped at the chance to see it. The film sold out both nights, resulting in extra folding chairs having to be set up in the theater and audience members sitting in the aisles. The cast was do able, the plot was do able, even the humor was there, it just wasn't scary. I don't have a problem with gory films, but here there's a laziness and cynicism to the bloodletting, as though the producers believe that body parts waved often enough at the camera are all that's needed to keep the audience happy. Marcus, Shawn, Misty and Jenna hear a noise in a bush.
So Hatchet has a group of teenagers, young twentysomethings and an elderly married couple stranded in a swamp and being hunted by a hulking, musclebound, deformed and seemingly unkillable psychopath. Hatchet was selected for in Austin, Texas, in 2006. Although well made, Hatchet is just too knowing, too post-modern, and too tongue-in-cheek to be effective. Meanwhile, a reporter bent on the belief of Victor Crowley takes a deputy and Marybeth out to prove the legend. When a group of tourists on a New Orleans haunted swamp tour find themselves stranded in the wilderness, their evening of fun and spooks turns into a horrific nightmare. The film spawned three sequels— , , and —and a series. Based on 43 reviews collected by , Hatchet has an overall 50% approval rating from critics, with an average score of 5.
Victor then surprises the group and injures Jenna with a belt sander. The house began burning, and Thomas returned, causing the teens to flee. As Jim and Shannon approach the house, Victor appears and kills them, causing the group to flee. Ben and Marybeth flee in Sampson's boat; Marybeth is ensnared by seaweed and pulled underwater. As the crew walks through the woods, they encounter the shabby Crowley house, and Marybeth shares the legend of Victor Crowley. Shapiro splits from the group and is killed by Victor.
This wasn't even B movie bad. Victor was killed when Thomas accidentally hit him in the face with a hatchet while trying to break down the door. In summary, Hatchet is a huge disappointment. Victor was a deformed child with a rare disease, bullied by other kids and was kept hidden by his father, Thomas Crowley. Marybeth and Marcus discover that Misty is missing, and her corpse is thrown onto Ben by Victor.
Extrablutiger Slasherspaß aus Könnerhand — einer der Publikumshits des Fantasy Filmfest 2006. The film has an ensemble cast, including , , and. Zombie, was sued for negligence. Zombie suggests they try a place farther down the street, owned by the over-the-top, inexperienced tour guide Shawn. But when the boat sinks and the ghost story turns out to be real, the group tries desperately to escape the swamp with their lives. As part of the festival, the film toured Munich, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Frankfurt, Cologne, Bochum, Hamburg and Berlin. One night a group of mean teenagers stumbled across the house and threw fireworks at it to scare Victor.
They find the tour closed because the guide, Rev. Marybeth and Ben return and attack Victor. Their sleazy director, Doug Shapiro, is also present. Hollywood just can't make a scary movie anymore. They start fleeing, but Victor grabs and kills Marcus.