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Rotten: This low-budget horror spoof lasts only 84 minutes, but seems to take forever.
- Anthony Quinn, Independent, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Rotten: In its gore, Hatchet is not especially inventive
- Bill Stamets, Chicago Sun-Times, Friday, September 7, 2007
In a time when horror is dominated by remakes, Hatchet is a true breath of fresh air. Adam Green is one original director, and he knows what makes a great horror film. Every element that makes a good horror film is here, laughs, boobs, scares, gore, violence, you name it. What I loved the most about Hatchet is how the filmmakers simply went ahead and made a film with a true horror vibe. Especially for today, director's tends to concentrate more on CGI horror, thus it seems like they're not having fun with the films that they are making. But with Adam Green's Hatchet you get something different, you get a cheaper made film, but the effects are vintage old school stuff like they did back in the day. Hatchet is unfortunately an overlooked horror film, only the die-hard fans have heard of it, but not the mainstream audience. Well, if you're one of diehards, this film has great gore and has cameos by Robert Englund, Tony Todd and the killer Victor Crowley is played by non other than Kane Hodder, the best Jason Voorhees. If you come across Hatchet, give it a rent, you will most likely love it like I did.
- TheDudeLebowski65, Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Kane Hodder as another blade wielding mongoloid, what more could you ask for? Maybe ultra violence and a Robert Englund cameo, which this has. It's a simple plot, but was done very well.
- ythelastman89, Wednesday, November 18, 2009