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Concluding the saga begun in Adam Green's hit 2006 thriller, Hatchet III follows the vengeful Marybeth (Danielle Harris) as she continues seeking out a way to destroy Victor Crowley (Kane Hodder), 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 (Zach Galligan) and his ex-wife (Caroline Williams) - an expert on the maniac who may have uncovered the secret to ending his murderous rampage once and for all.

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  • Actors: Danielle Harris, Kane Hodder, Zach Galligan
  • Directors: BJ McDonnell
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Dark Sky Films
  • DVD Release Date: August 13, 2013
  • Run Time: 81 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CERJI5U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,379 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
If you've enjoyed the previous editions of the modern horror franchise "Hatchet," let's just say that the third chapter serves up exactly what you might expect. That is meant both as a compliment and as a criticism. Unlike some, I can't proclaim that I thought the series was ever a brilliant new addition to the horror canon, but I did think it offered an amusing throw-back to old school filmmaking. That's what "Hatchet" was (and is) for me: fun. A moderately scaled movie that mixes humor with gore, you look for the next grisly way that the villain will dispatch his victims. It's all about the creativity of the confrontation and the subsequent slaughter. Everything is so over-the-top in effects and execution, it is hard not to laugh even when the series is at its most brutal. "Hatchet III" maintains the body count and the bloodshed of its predecessors, but the series is definitely showing signs of wear in the creativity department. Although there are a few clever murders, most are relatively mundane. When you've already seen Victor Crowley dispatch dozens of people over the course of two films, the makers here didn't know how to up the ante. Instead of feeling fresh and new, the movie didn't really offer any surprises to elevate the material. You simply don't get that "did they just do that?" feeling anymore, and I missed those moments.

Picking up mere seconds after the conclusion of "Hatchet II," we are again presented with the plucky heroine played by Danielle Harris. Convinced that she has finally ended the reign of Victor Crowley, she turns to the local New Orleans cops to share her story. Mistrustful of the bloodied woman, they incarcerate her until the situation in the swamp can be sorted out.
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I consider this the best of the Hatchet series. The first two Hatchet movies were enjoyable, but I find this the most entertaining.

Danielle Harris returns from Hatchet II as Marybeth, starting where Hatchet II ended and has her going to the police station. There she is arrested for having a shotgun, Victor Crowley's scalp, and being covered in blood. The police investigate the swamp and are killed by Victor Crowley. Kane Hodder returns as Victor, giving a menacing and gruesome portrayal of the character. There's several graphic kills and the practical effects look fairly believable. The movie features several horror movie stars including: Danielle Harris, from Halloween 4, 5, the remakes, and Hatchet II; Kane Hodder, from Friday the 13th Parts VII to Jason X and Hatchets I and II; Derek Mears from the Friday the 13th reboot; Zach Galligan from Gremlins; Caroline Williams from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre II; and Sid Haig from House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects.

The story is basic, Marybeth is arrested for believed murder, the police investigate the swamp, the SWAT team led by Derek Mears arrive, and they are killed by Victor. Caroline Williams' character talks the remaining cop to take Marybeth to give Victor his father's ashes, believing the spell will be released. The entire police and SWAT teams are killed except for one coroner. Marybeth is impaled on a tree and spills the ashes on Victor and as he melts, she blows him up with a grenade launcher. It is unknown whether she is alive or dead. I believe she is alive.

This is easily the most entertaining, violent, graphic, and probably the funniest of the whole trilogy. If you are a fan of the Hatchet movies or movies that are darkly comedic, I recommend this movie.
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If you enjoyed "Hatchet" and "Hatchet II", you'll enjoy this latest sequel. Following right on the events of the 2nd film, Marybeth (Danielle Harris) seeminly finishes off Victor Crowley (Kane Hodder) and stumbles into town to report the latest mass murder to the police, only to be arrested as the prime suspect in the killings. There is some hoodoo about Marybeth being the daughter of the man that set the fire years ago which led to Crowley's rampage, and that because of this, Marybeth is the only one who can stop Crowley. This is just an excuse to get a bunch of people back out into the woods so that Crowley can take them out in inventive and gory ways.

This series is so much fun, and while I don't feel this entry lives up to the previous films, the formula still works. Populated with fun cameos by genre favorites, and featuring some fun dialogue and extra gooey gore F/X, "Hatchet" is a horror series created by horror fans, for horror fans. While I doubt you'll actually be frightened by the film, you will be having such a good time, you won't really care.
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This story picks up with Marybeth (Danielle Harris) "killing" Victor Crowley (Kane Hodder) again. It was nice of the producers to use the same person to play Marybeth this time. She is in jail while local police check Honey Island Swamp only to find a bloody mess. Like Jason, Victor never dies so you can figure out the rest.

Sid Haig has a bit part in this film having comedic "Paula Deen moments." I did not enjoy this as much as the one with Tony Todd. This film had its comic and dark comedy moments, but was pretty much an over the top slasher with blood spraying unrealistically all over the screen as if it was coming out of a pressure washer. The characters were decent in this one, but the film lacked a certain eye candy. Plenty of blood and gore, easy on plot.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity. Danielle Harris being hosed in shower with discreet arm and leg placement.
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