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Hatchet II
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Directed By
Adam Green

Written By:
Adam Green

Danielle Harris, Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Tom Holland, R.A. Mihailoff, Parry Shen, AJ Bowen, Ed Ackerman, Rick McCallum, John Carl Buechler, Kathryn Fiore, Alexis Peters, Colton Dunn, David Foy, Erika Hamilton

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Hatchet II (2010)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
October 1st, 2011

Favorite Movie Quote: "Bbrrreeeeeeacccch!"

First up, those that are not used to gore need to stay away from this film. It is a gore-fest in the extreme.

Yes, there is also a bit of nudity in the beginning, but it is just there to titillate you. It's not part of the story.

Danielle Harris (Halloween 4, Halloween 5, Halloween, Halloween II, and, hopefully, Hatchet 3) is great as the girl who has seen Victor Crowley and wants to go back and retrieve her family.

She enlists the help of the Reverend Zombie (Tony Todd the Candyman), who has his own agenda, and a gang of idiots that will risk their lives for $500.

One of those was Cletus (Ed Ackerman), who lost his head, figuratively and literally, when Avery (Alexis Peters) kept after him to tell her that he loved her while they were having sex. Laugh out loud funny.

A throwback to good old fashioned slasher films.

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