Concluding the saga begun in Adam Green's hit 2006 thriller, Hatchet III follows the vengeful Marybeth as she continues seeking out a way to destroy Victor Crowley, a hulking, seemingly-invincible sociopath rampaging through a sleepy Louisiana swamp.
While a heavily-armed team of mercenaries takes to the bayou surrounding Crowley's home, Marybeth finds herself begrudgingly teaming up with a local policeman and his ex-wife - an expert on the maniac who may have uncovered the secret to ending his murderous rampage once and for all.
||June 14th, 2013 (Limited) by MPI Media Group|
||August 13th, 2013 by MPI/Dark Sky|
||R for pervasive strong bloody horror violence, and for language.|
(Rating bulletin 2280, 7/10/2013)
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||Teenage Slasher, Voodoo, Curses, Sequels With Returning Stars, Unbelieving Police, Sequel With Returning Stars Playing New Characters|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Dark Sky Films, ArieScope Pictures|
August 15th, 2013
We are entering the beginning of TV on DVD season on the home market. As the fall schedule ramps up, more and more TV on DVD releases will come out. This week we have Once Upon A Time: The Complete Second Season on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as Girls: The Complete Second Season, also on DVD and Blu-ray Combo Pack. Both are worth checking out, but I'm waiting for the screeners for both, so I don't want to award either the Pick of the Week. Instead, I'm giving that honor to The Muppet Movie: The Nearly 35th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray. Meanwhile, What Maisie Knew on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack is a close second.
August 12th, 2013
I've previously reviewed the first two installments in the Hatchet franchise. Hatchet III looks like it will be the end of the franchise. Will it please fans of the first two movies? Does it have broader appeal?
June 14th, 2013
This week's list of limited releases is dominated by horror films and documentaries, which is not a good sign, as neither genre tends to do well at the box office. Documentaries tend to have a better shot at thriving in the art house circuit, but rarely expand wide enough to earn any of mainstream success. On the other hand, one film is opening that has a lot of buzz: The Bling Ring. Given its pedigree, it should open well. But given its reviews, it likely won't last very long.
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