Director: BJ McDonnell
Starring: Danielle Harris, Kane Hodder, Zach Galligan, Caroline Williams, Parry Shen
Some legends never die
Marybeth Dunston is the last survivor after the massacre created by Victor Crowley. She was able to finally end the life of the bloodthirsty maniac and with her final strengths, she walks into the local police station holding the remaining piece of Crowley’s scalp before she passes out.
Sheriff Fowler believes that Marybeth is responsible for the murders that has happened out in the woods and locks her up before he heads out to investigate the events that took place the night before. Victor Crowley might be cut to pieces and presumably dead… but that doesn’t seem to be enough to stop his unrelentless spirit.
I was never a fan of the first two Hatchet movies. I’ve so far found this series to offer little new to the slasher subgenre in terms of originality, suspense or even fun. They might not be made to be taken very serious, but when the films isn’t even funny then there’s little to none entertainment quality to be found.