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What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than by watching the death scenes from Adam Green’s 2006 splatter opus Hatchet?
Yes, on this week’s Sunday Bloody Sunday I’m going all Victor Crowley on your ass with his personal highlight reel from the ‘ode to old school horror’ movie, Hatchet. You have to just step back and appreciate and respect the sheer brutality and practical effect goodness of this one and realize that when Hatchet was released, it was a breath of fresh horror air. The sequels weren’t quite up to par for me, but overall Victor Crowley was and is a great addition to the horror villain family. Now click play below and enjoy the messy madness!
I love a movie that knows where it belongs. And Adam Green definitely knows that his 2006 throwback slasher flick Hatchet (and the sequels for that matter) belongs in the 80’s. The only problem is that the original poster didn’t exactly have that true 80’s feel, but this one below done by artist Justin Osbourn sure as hell did.
Boing! Horror boner going on over here. TMI. Fright Rags put 250 of these beauties up for sale a while back and all were numbered and signed by Victor Crowley himself, Kane Hodder. This poster just screams 80’s and is everything that is right in the horror world. I read that Adam Green was so impressed as well that he would have used it to promote Hatchet during the release. Bad news is that I see none of these up on Ebay for sale. The good news is that you can just gaze at it here and get your fix.
Another edition of Sunday Bloody Sunday is here and what better way to spend the Lord’s Day than with some sick pics from some of your favorite horror movies! This week, I give you some pictorial praise from Adam Green’s 2006 ode to the classic slasher, Hatchet. Now, Hatchet is one of those movies that definitely reminded me of flipping through a Fangoria magazine when I was 10 years old, which is the purpose of this weekly feature that I do. No Youtube clips here. Just some gory-ass pics for you to drool over. And when it comes to Hatchet, how do you even choose what pics to put up? This movie was on a whole other level when it came to the practical gore effects, and for that, I applaud you Adam Green. So much gore, so little time. So I’ll share the Victor Crowley head rip of poor Mrs. Permatteo and the belt sander demise of the super hot Jenna. Enjoy!
*just have patience when ripping open your first head….*
*it’s important to not go against the grain when sanding*