Hatchet II

2010

Action / Comedy / Horror / Thriller

9
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 42%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 35%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 12503

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Synopsis


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
December 02, 2020 at 03:27 PM

Director

Cast

Shawn Ashmore as Fisherman #1
Danielle Harris as Marybeth Dunstan
Rileah Vanderbilt as Young Victor Crowley
Tony Todd as Reverend Zombie
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784.78 MB
1280*714
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 1 / 7
1.57 GB
1920*1072
English 5.1
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 0 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MrPizza 5 / 10

Loved the first one, this one not so much

I loved the first film. I normally like straight-faced horror films (such as "Let the Right One In") but still enjoyed the humor-infused blood-fest that is "Hatchet." I was disappointed in this sequel. It looked cheaply made and wasn't as funny, but that's not its biggest problem. Unlike the first film, most of the characters are unlikeable so who cares if they get slaughtered? If you're only into gore, you'll get your fix here. This one works harder on being bloodier. I didn't like the change or additional information in the history of Victor Crowley, Marybeth and her dad. It really wasn't needed. Plus, after what she went through in the first film, I couldn't buy that Marybeth would go back for more, despite the reasons given. I also didn't care for Danielle Harris as Marybeth. As horror films go, it's not bad, it just doesn't have the clever wit of the first one, but it is gorier.

Reviewed by atinder 5 / 10

I really wanted to love this movie :(

I love Hatchet, I think it one of best slasher movies to come out in the last few years.

I really wanted to love this movie, the gore was good and some really good nasty gory deaths scenes, Victor did not look that scary this time around.

I Really hate it when sequels recast one of the main characters in movie, (It did not work in A Nigthmare on elm street 4 and it did not work in this movie for me) I liked the old Marybeth better as I have seen her in 8 Simple Rules and USA High and then they replace her with the girl in this movie.

New recast sucked all the fun out of this movie for me, it took me to long to get used to her playing Marybeth.

Gory sequel. no were near as good as the first movie.

I was dying to see this movie from the start of this years, I was saying I going to give this 10 out of 10 When come out but ended up giving it disappointing 5 out of 10 :(

Reviewed by jdrakeh-1 4 / 10

Worse than the original in pretty much every way.

First, let me start off by saying that I liked the original Hatchet very much. It was a fun, if cheesy, return to the glory days of American slashers in the early 80s with surprising good special effects and a relative cast of unknowns acting their hearts out. The sequel *probably* could have been something awesome, unfortunately it looks like most of the budget got frittered away on:

1. Danielle Harris, 2. Tony Todd, 3. Kane Hodder

Not that these actors aren't worth a few extra dollars. They absolutely are. There is, however, this thing called *budgeting* that you need to be familiar with when you make a movie and, if you blow your whole budget (or most of it) on recruiting name talent, then everything else will suffer.

I knew there were going to be problems right from the very start of the film. The film opens with Danielle Harris (Hey! That's not the chick who played the heroine last time!) wrestling with Victor Crowley (Hey! The make-up isn't applied to the area surrounding his eyes in the close-up!) and eventually eye-gouging him (Hey! That shot is obviously staged with a dummy head!) to get away.

It's really a bad, bad, opening scene in a very jarring kind of way and, unfortunately, it sets the tone for the rest of the film. I really think that this sequel would have been deserving of its theatrical release with a better eye toward budgeting things differently. As it stands, it's really more worthy of a straight to DVD release.

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