Hatchet Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 4893

Average Rating: 2.6/4

# of Ratings: 55

Theatrical Release Date: 09/07/2007

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 12/18/2007

Language: English

Genre: Horror

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Adam Green

Actors: Joel Moore, Mercedes McNab, Joleigh Fioreavanti, Joel Murray, Deon Richmond, Tamara Feldman

Plot: A group of tourists in New Orleans take a boat ride of the haunted bayous and learn the tragic tale of Victor Crawley - a disfigured man who was accidentally killed by his father - with a hatchet. When they become stranded, however, the tale takes a deadly twist. -- Chris Kavan

Quick Movie Reviews

Rating of
3/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 08/23/2014

A okay spoof horror movie.

Rating of
4/4

dukeakasmudge - wrote on 08/01/2011

Hatchet is a perfect Horror Comedy & I predict 10-20 years from now it'll be a cult classic.It had just the right mix of Horror, Gore, Comedy, Suspense Etc,Etc.It's a perfect movie for Halloween, A dark rainy night or whenever

Rating of
4/4

HorrorFanatic2031 - wrote on 07/20/2011

Wow, I must say I found this movie on accident and I'm really glad I did. Adam Green's Hatchet delivers great moments, such as its brutal deaths and comedic moments in between. Victor Crowley is the next slasher of this generation, and could spawn a great franchise. I loved every character in this film and actually cared for each one of the them. Adam Green is also one of the upcoming best horror directors of this decade, and finally has given us(the fans) a movie that brings us back to the good ol' days! \m/

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Franz Patrick
Movie God

Rating of
2/4

It Isn't Bloody Good but It's Bloody Enough

Franz Patrick - wrote on 02/07/2008

It's an intentionally bad movie so I didn't have a lot of expectations. If you love gore and don't care much for the story, this is the film for you. I did enjoy the first hour up until they started running around in circles. Although some scenes are predictable and the ending was wishy-washy at best, I still adore this film a little bit. It shows that this is from a filmmaker that loves the horror genre, so earnestness can go a long way in my book. There are some funny bits between the two friends that we meet during the first few minutes of the film. The typical dumb blonde made me chuckle here and there because she says things that any of my friends would say in a stressful situation. Parry Shen (aka the Asian guy) made this movie that much more enjoyable for me because he had so much …

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