A serial killer stalks a college student and her friends.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cheryl Burns ...
Claudia Wagner
Sonny Banner
Star (as Mia)
Curtis Moore
Racquel Richard ...
Chloe Bennett (as Raquel Richard)
Elizabeth Ryan ...
Michele Spencer
Fonta Sawyer ...
Brittany Evans
Leila Hashemzadeh ...
Rita (as Leila Renae)
Daniel Browne ...
Daniel Strong
Gino Maurizio ...
Christina Lepanto ...
Jimmy Blunt ...
Detective Singer


A serial killer stalks a college student and her friends.

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Rated R for violence, sexual content/nudity and language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

7 June 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Body Hunter  »

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Curtis is helping Molly seal the windows by screwing them shut. He hands the drill to Molly and she holds it up by her chest. When Claudia walks into the room Molly lowers the drill down in front of her below her waist. Then there is a quick cut back to Molly and Curtis as he says, " well that should do it", and the drill is back up in front of her chest again as she lowers it down a second time. See more »


Claudia Wagner: I knew Daniel. He was a thug and a bully, but he wasn't a serial killer.
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Undress Your Mind
Written by Michèle Vice-Maslin & Sevon Daze'(I)'
Performed by Wanda Bell
Produced and Arranged by Michèle Vice-Maslin
Courtesy Of Sweetersongs
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Hatchet job
19 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It's obviously very low budget but this was no excuse for such cheap schlock. This is mostly a succession of not-so-great stripping scenes at a strip club (where women only bare their breasts) cut with short, disappointing murders committed by a masked maniac dubbed Hatchetman because of the weapon he seems to use. This is also a festival of horrible acting headlined by the obnoxious, overacting building manager and by the biggest-breasted star stripper. The grieving scenes are particularly pathetic and fake. The only not-so-bad actors are probably the detective and the new curly-haired stripper. The writing is below soap-opera quality. The build-up to the murders is lame (except the first one) and the murders themselves are over in a flash with a splash of blood on a wall and a quick glance (or not) of the victim. There's no suspense, no horror. There's a pretense at a murder mystery but it quickly becomes obvious who the killer is. The characters act stupidly and unrealistically. The ending is beyond lame. This pathetic, oblivious, unoriginal and unfunny excuse for a B-movie film is not worth watching.

Rating: 2 out of 10 (terrible)

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