Victor Crowley's Most Gruesome Kills - The Best and the Bloodiest!
Layton and Avery's Interrupted Screw (Hatchet II)
Layton and Avery (played by AJ Bowen and Alexis Peters) thought they had found a nice quiet place to have a little 'alone time' together. However, Victor Crowley had other thoughts. While Layton does his best to please his woman from behind, Crowley appears behind him and lops off the poor boy's head (but, as Nicholson said in Batman, "If you've gotta go, go with a smile!"), And although his death throes actually make for a better sexual experience for the unknowing Avery, it isn't long before the unfortunate girl turns around and realizes she's being jackhammered by a headless corpse. In her attempt to escape, Crowley gives her a hatchet mark in her… well, hatchet mark… before finishing her off with a couple more strikes to the chest. Without a doubt, Crowley's funniest kill!
Jim and Shannon Permatteo (Hatchet)
Although technically he does kill Sampson and Ainsley Dunston first, the Permatteo couple are the first to really get the full Crowley treatment. Already suffering from a nasty crocodile bite, Jim Permatteo (played by Richard Riehle, known for the infamous 'Jump to Conclusions' mat in Office Space) is throttled by Crowley and literally chopped in half. In a brutal fit of rage, Crowley repeatedly slams his hatchet into Richard's neck and chest before finally removing the top half of his body. And when Shannon (played by Patrika Darbo) tries to flee, Victor quickly catches her, puts his hands in her mouth and pulls her head apart. It was shortly after this moment that Hatchet audiences, seeing Shannon's tongue dance in her half-head, realized they were in for something special.