Hatchet 2 2010 (2010) Other movies recommended for you
Hatchet 2 2010(in Hollywood Movies) Hatchet 2 2010 (2010) - Download Movie for mobile in best quality 3gp and mp4 format. Also stream Hatchet 2 2010 on your mobile, tablets and ipads
Plot: Marybeth escapes the clutches of the bayou-butcher Victor Crowley and returns to the swamp with an army of hunters and gunmen, determined to end Crowley's reign of horror once and for all. Runtime: 85 mins Release Date: 01 Oct 2010
Review from the LA Premiere of Hatchett II at The Egyptian Theater (by JD27)
Girls and Copses Magazine review of Hatchet II by Robert "Corpsy" RhineI don't usually do film reviews anymore, leaving it to my capable corpsepondants. But Hatchet II is a must see! An instant horror classic, even better than Hatchet I, which I also enjoyed. Director Adam Green ratchets everything up in this bloody swamp romp and proves that a sequel can be better than the original. Hatchet II will be up there with the best horror sequels of all time. Adam Green combines the right amount of guffaws infused with saws creating some of the most clever and gruesome 'gorror' <more>
ever on film. But what makes Hatchet II truly noteworthy are the stellar performances by the cast; starting with star Danielle Harris, as the vengeful Marybeth, and Tony Todd, as the devious Voodoo master Rev. Zombie. Harris is at her very best as Marybeth who returns to the Louisiana swamp head-hunting for the axe swinging, legendary mongoloid know as Victor Crowley who could use some meds . Harris exudes angst, fear and revenge like a gladiator returning to the Coliseum, after years of bloody battles with Michael Myers. The Motion Picture Academy will overlook this horror film as they usually do with horror but Harris's performance is of Academy Award caliber. Tony Todd relishes his voodoo role as if he's been hiding in a swamp for twenty years to prepare for it. There are so many excellent performances it's terrifying. I give high marks for Alexis Peters in one of the most memorable sex scenes ever in a horror film; RA Mihailoff Leatherface in Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 plays Trent and shows that he's still can kick butt and take no prisoners. But an unlikely suspect nearly steals the show, Colton Dunn as Vernon. His improvised 'chicken and biscuits' riff had this corpse in stitches. Dunn, it turns out is Green's real life X-Box playing buddy, part of Green's unique casting process. Also, Kane Hodder inhabits Victor Crowley's body like a mutated meth-head searching for a fix inside your skull. There are a few noteworthy cameos: Uncle Lloyd Kaufman pops into a scene as does Hatchet director Green credited as "puking guy." The special effects are gore-licious. Everything in this movie is on steroids, including a chainsaw. One can only hope that Victor Crowley continues to haunt the swamps in search of more hapless victims to hack into goo.Girls and Corpses Magazine gives Hatchet II five out of five skulls!
Gore Beyond Belief!!! Keep it away from small children!!! (by Vivekmaru45)
The most unimaginable ways you could think of people getting slaughtered or butchered is right here in this film. As with the first Hatchet film, you can expect the very best of gore-effects and photography. Picking up immediately where the first film ended, Marybeth Danielle Harris is attacked by Victor Crowley Kane Hodder , but manages to escape. Jack Cracker John Carl Buechler finds her and pulls her out of the river, and takes her back to his cabin. After finding out her last name, he forces her to leave, telling her that if she wants help, she needs to see Reverend Zombie Tony Todd <more>
. Moments after she leaves Jack is killed by Victor Crowley. Marybeth returns to Reverend Zombie's shop, and after demanding to speak with him, he reluctantly lets her in. After learning her last name, he tells her that her father was one of the boys responsible for causing the fire that killed Victor Crowley. He also tells her that Thomas, Victor's father, had an affair with his wife, Shyann's nurse, after Shyann was diagnosed with stomach cancer. Moments before dying, Shyann places a curse on the child conceived by Lena from the affair. Lena dies after giving birth to the deformed Victor Crowley. After Victor is killed in the fire, Thomas confronts the three boys responsible. Both they and their parents deny it. Thomas becomes a shut-in and eventually dies.Marybeth tells him she wants to go back and retrieve the remains of her father and brother. He agrees, but tells her she must bring a family member with her. After she leaves, Zombie calls Justin Parry Shen and tells him his brother Shawn, the tour guide who was murdered the night before, never came back with the boat. He lies and says they are going into the swamp to find Shawn and the boat. He tells Justin to gather a group of hunters and a man named Trent R.A. Mihailoff to go with them. Marybeth returns home, where her uncle Bob Tom Holland later shows up. He tells her she needs to stay away from Reverend Zombie, but reluctantly goes with her to a recruitment meeting in Zombie's shop. Zombie tells the hunters that he will pay them $500 dollars each to retrieve his boat and $5,000 dollars for the head of Victor Crowley. He tells Trent that he will pay him double to go, and Trent agrees. The hunters leave and go into the swamp, including Marybeth and her uncle.They find the boat and as the rest leave two of the hunters, Cleutus and Chad Ed Ackerman and David Foy stay by the boat. The others split up to find Victor. Marybeth, Zombie, Justin, Bob, and Trent go looking by Crowley's shed for the bodies. Along the way Zombie tells Justin that Trent, Bob and Marybeth's father were the kids who started the fire that killed Victor. He says that once Crowley kills Bob and Trent, his soul will leave the swamp. After not finding the bodies in the shed, they check the main cabin. Meanwhile, the rest of the hunting party are killed off by Crowley. First Chad and Cletus, then Layton and Avery AJ Bowen and Alexis Peters and finally John and Vernon Rick McCallum and Colton Dunn . While searching the cabin, they hear Victor outside. While hiding, Justin tells Marybeth of Zombie's plot to get her uncle and Trent killed. She runs to warn Bob but Justin jams the door shut with a chair. Victor turns up behind him and kills him. Bob and the others attempt to get into the room. Victor breaks down the door, and Marybeth attempts to attack him but is tossed against the wall. Trent attempts to fight him, but is killed. Zombie grabs Marybeth and drags her out of the house against her will and traps Bob inside with Victor. Marybeth screams as she hears Bob murdered by Victor inside. She falls to the ground crying and Zombie declares Victor Crowley dead. Marybeth says she will go to the police. Zombie tells her she is wrong as he points his gun at her head. She tells him Bob wasn't her real uncle. Her father's brother died of leukemia when she was twelve. Victor breaks through the wall of the cabin and goes after Zombie, and kills him. Marybeth attacks Victor with a hatchet, knocking him to the ground and strike him repeatedly with the hatchet. She stops and walks off just as Victor's hand twitches. Marybeth returns and stands over him with a shotgun, yells "Fuck You!" and fires the gun into his head.Verdict: 10/10 for the effects. A very good addition to your horror DVD collection. And remember keep it locked away from your children.
MAY CONTAIN MINOR PLOT SPOILERS. The movie opens with Marybeth escaping from the monster Victor Crowley. She is helped by one-eye Jack. Later Jack discovers Marybeth is a Dunstan and orders her out and to go talk to Rev. Zombie. Victor shows up at Jack's shack, rips out his intestine then uses it as a cord to pop off his head. The killing and gore in this movie can best be described as "Troma" style. Every death scene hits a major squirting artery. This beginning scene also has the bulk of the movie's nudity as Jack views a found video camera.Marybeth, who is perhaps the <more>
worst at acting in this film, visits Rev. Zombie Tony Todd who explains how Victor Crowley became a ghost/legend/killer with a remarkable story telling voice aka the James Earl Jones of horror movies. As it turns out, Zombie's boat was lost in Honey Island Swamp. He forms a posse including one hot blond for one last nude/sex scene to retrieve his boat and to kill Victor Crowley once and for all.People die in all kinds of ways as Crowley seems to have an endless supply of gasoline powered tools. Notice when faces are being smashed, they have a tendency to bounce back as if they are made of rubber. In the old house, where everything is grown over, there is a new door. Cletis was my favorite redneck character. He was realistic.Caution: If you are an easily offended Christian, there is one scene in addition to all the killing, gore and nudity that you might find offensive. You will know it when you hear it.
Hatchet 2: The Best of the Horror Franchises of the Present (by kalebedward)
Adam Green gets it. Horror movies are fun. Hatchet 2 may be the funnest horror movie of them all, and to it's slight detriment, the film has so much fun, that we forget that people are being viciously murdered. Once again, Green populates the slasher film with a bevy of extremely likable fodder for Hodder. Hatchet nods in the general direction of it's forefathers, the horror franchises of the eighties, before it takes a belt-sander to what is expected from a slasher film. It is a greatest kills marathon, full of kills you have never seen before. The story expands upon and strengthens <more>
the first film and leaves you wanting oh so much more Victor Crowley. No CGI gore. No excruciating torture scenes, just lots and lots of body rippin' and mutalatin'. Go see it, but try and come out with all your pieces.
Awesome: Certainly as good as the first one !! (by homecoming8)
Once again directed by Adam Green, "Hatchet II" once again delivers. Entertaining and full of gory deaths, it's a thrill ride from start to finish. John Carl Buechler director of Friday 13th Part VII did the special effects of the first one and so could take 'revenge' on the ridiculous MPAA organization; that time he could show the gore which was cut out of Friday VII back in 1988. those films are kind of the same . He had a cameo in the first one and is also in the sequel. Also returning is Kane Hodder stuntman and horror-icon, he played Jason a couple of times 4 <more>
if I'm right , starting with.. Friday VII. For the fans it's nice to see Tony Todd once again Candyman . So why is "Hatchet II" awesome ?? Well, it's one of those few films that's funny and scary at the same time. The combination between comedy and horror is flawless. The hilarious characters are extremely funny with some great dialog. The killings are spectacular and original. After so many slashers, you've seen it all. That's at least what you've thought. "Hatchet II" takes it to the next level and goes over the top without being ridiculous or being sadistic. Bring on the third one if Adam Green's still on board !!
A sequel better than the original (by ericostendorf)
I loved the first hatchet movie and as you can see from my rating, i love this one even more. And yes, i know many people think that this is the worst one of the series, i think it's actually the best one. They went from "pretty over the top but still quite realistic kills" to "extemely over the top and unrealistic kills". And that's what many people hate. I love the kills in this movie. And the effects, again, are great. I actually think that Victor Crowley looks better in this film. He doesn't look much different, but a little different. The main character in <more>
the second one is not being played by Tamara Feldman anymore, but by fan favorite Danielle Harris. I love her as Marybeth. I think she's awesome in this movie and i think she's an awesome actress in general. One of my biggest complains about the first movie was that some of the jokes were not funny. I have to say, i think every joke in this movie is at least a little funny. I pretty much like all of the characters. I think they're all really fun. And the acting in general is actually decent. My biggest complain about the second is again the pacing. I already mentioned that in my Hatched 1 review. I think this movie really is too slow. It takes too long for the action to get started. And my second biggest complain would be that the story is actually not very good. I don't hate the story, but i think it could have been better. Marybeth just decides to go there again, although she knows that everyone who's coming with her is probably going to die. I feel like it would've been better if she was somehow forced to go there. And i have to say, i think this movie has some of the best kills in the entire franchise and i overall love this movie. I think this definitely is one the best modern slashers. And the fight at the end between Tony Todd who played Candyman and Kane Hodder who plays Victor Crowley in this movie and who also played Jason Voorhees in some of the Friday The 13th movies is awesome. I'm just going to rate it now. 9 out of 10. absolutely love this movie.
A disfigured killer Victor Crowley comes back in this extremely gory sequel of Adam Green's "Hatchet".Marybeth Danielle Harris and Reverend Zombie Tony Todd organize a hunting party to kill Crowley once for all.Unfortunately Victor is more deadly than ever slashing,butchering and killing his hunters one by one...Completely unoriginal and clichéd slasher flick with tons of gore and seriously high bodycount.The killings are creative and utterly insane with rivers of spurting blood.The characters are paper-thin,but the pace is fast and the gore is truly gross.If you liked the <more>
first "Hatchet" you can't miss this hugely enjoyable sequel.8 hatchets out of 10.A man being choked to death with his own intestines-priceless!
So much unchecked horror energy and gore you have to love it! (by Hellmant)
'HATCHET II': Four Stars Out of Five Splat Pack 'B' horror filmmaker Adam Green returns to the would be monster flick franchise that made him famous 'HATCHET' after trying his hand at more serious psychological horror earlier the same year with the effective 'FROZEN' . He once again writes and directs this sequel with legendary slasher actors Kane Hodder and Tony Todd both reprising their roles from the first film. Hodder once again plays the maniac killer the films revolve around, 'Victor Crowley' who is much like Hodder's other iconic movie <more>
monster character 'Jason' and there's even a joke about it in the film , and Todd returns as Reverend Zombie, expanding his bit part from the original film into a lead character. 'Scream Queen' Danielle Harris, who you might remember from four 'HALLOWEEN' films, stars as the film's heroine.Harris plays Marybeth taking over for Tamara Feldman from the first film , the only person from her Louisiana swamp cruise to survive the brutal attack of hatchet wielding maniac monster Victor Crowley from the first film . She runs to the aid of Reverend Zombie who informs her of her family's assorted history with the Crowleys and Victor's origins. She then returns to the swamp with her uncle, Zombie and an assortment of hired hunters to find the remains of the cruise boat and her families' bodies and to kill Crowley once and for all. Lots of blood and mayhem ensues! The first hour of the film is mostly just comedic buildup, once again playing with lots of somewhat funny slapstick jokes and quirky characters. Then the third act kicks into ridiculously over the top nonstop slasher gore. It goes from one insanely original and creatively grotesque death scene to another. The film does open with a man being strangled until his head bursts by his own intestines but we don't get much more of that until the last third of the film. It's worth the wait though. The film is never very scary or even disturbing at all, it's way too over the top and ridiculous, but it has so much unchecked energy. Maybe not as classic as the original but if you're a fan of these types of movies you have to love it!Watch our review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v vqvCRlRn7qY
Rare Sequel Surpasses the Original (by mattressman_pdl)
The first Hatchet is a tough act to follow. A truly enjoyable, nostalgic slasher film that caught fire as an underground cult phenomenon. So how does the sequel measure up? Plot: MaryBeth returns to the swamp with Reverend Zombie and a group of hunters to carry out revenge on the unstoppable Victor Crowley.Verdict: The first half of the film adds more back-story that not only deepens the impact of the film but enhances the first chapter as we realize that Victor's story is even more gruesome and terrifying than the audience could ever imagine. New faces include Danielle Harris the <more>
Halloween series as MaryBeth, Tom Holland director, Child's Play/Fright Night , R.A. Mihailoff Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III , and AJ Bowen The Signal, House of the Devil . All of the cult actors add to the powerhouse performance by Tony Todd, who is given a much larger role this go-around. Kane Hodder reprises his role as the powerful Crowley. As for the gore...Hatchet II blows the first film out of the water as some mighty interesting murders are portrayed as Crowley hacks through the 'mighty' hunters. It's obviously not meant for everyone, but for anyone into the horror genre, this is proof that horror isn't dead yet...not by a long shot.