An all new one-sheet for Adam Green's highly anticipated slasher flick Hatchet II has reared its head with echoes of the mighty Excalibur!
The time has come for your first look at the freight train of terror that is Victor Crowley causing the kind of mayhem that only he can. Strap in, kids, and stay out of the swamp!
The official website for Adam Green's highly anticipated sequel Hatchet II is now open for business, and we've got the directions and scoop on what's waiting for you when you get there! Right now the site is still in its infancy, but you'd be pretty damned wise to bookmark it for future updates. Head on over now to see the red band trailer, dig on a photo gallery that's home to a couple of new and splattery good images, and more.
Last week when I wrote up the story about Adam Green's Hatchet II being released unrated, I included my feelings on the subject, and they were that this could be a chance to change things for the better.
After a very successful premiere at London's Film4 FrightFest there's been a constant buzz surrounding Adam Green's sequel to Hatchet and we've got another still for you to keep your slasher high going! This second installment in the now franchise for Dark Sky Films focuses on Marybeth as she escapes from the clutches of Victor Crowley, learns the truth about his curse, and heads back into the haunted New Orleans swamp to seek revenge for her family and kill Victor Crowley once and for all.
The moment you've been waiting for all year is upon us! Our man Gareth Jones just wrote in from the Film4 FrightFest and supplied us and YOU with one of the first ever reviews of Adam Green's Hatchet II!
It was just yesterday that we announced Adam Wingard's latest film, A Horrible Way to Die, would be playing at the Toronto International Film Festival, and now we have a pretty friggin' sweet trailer for you to dig on.
Horror fans, you are looking at history in the making. Back in the Seventies and even early Eighties, an unrated movie opening wide in theatres was like a badge of honor. Hell, an X-rated movie even won three Oscars. Since then people have become very conservative and just plain afraid to take any chances. With Hatchet II that stops ... NOW.
One film we've been looking forward to for quite some time now is Adam Wingard's indie terror tale, A Horrible Way to Die. Well guess what? Just like ever other badass film in the world, it will be playing as part of this year's Toronto International Film Festival. Read on for the details!
Attention, Hatchet Army! The moment you have been waiting for is finally here! Turn down your lights. Turn up your volume. Then dig on a glimpse of the mayhem to come in Adam Green's long awaited sequel, Hatchet II. What? You want more? Okay. We even have a release date and info on which theatre chain is willing to show it unrated.
Usually when I start off a set visit report, the story begins for this writer as I walk onto the set. For Hatchet II, however, the story starts about three years earlier than that. See, in October 2007 I was just starting off my horror journalism career, and one of my very first in-person interviews while visiting LA was an up-and-coming horror director, Adam Green.
The Hatchet II panel at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, entitled Old School American Horror, has just expanded by two. Parry Shen and AJ Bowen will be joining the previously announced Adam Green, Danielle Harris, Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Tom Holland, and R.A. Mihailoff.
One of the great masters of horror of our time, Tom Holland, is back with "Twisted Tales", a brand new series of short films created in the great tradition of anthology shows like "The Twilight Zone" and "Outer Limits", and we have an exclusive look at one of the films you can expect to see in this collection, Vampire's Dance!
If anyone would be surprised that Adam Brooks became a filmmaker, it very well might be the man himself. With a background in graphic design and music, filmmaking wasn’t necessarily in his immediate mindset while he was living in eastern Iowa. But his inexperience in filmmaking and geography did little to deter Brooks from making a name for himself in Hollywood.