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Hatchet II -- Hatchet II picks up right where the 2007 original film ends, as Marybeth (Harris) escapes from the clutches of the deformed, swamp-dwelling killer Victor Crowley (Hodder). Marybeth returns to the Louisiana swamps along with an army of hunters to recover the bodies of her family and exact her revenge against Victor Crowley.
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Hatchet II -- Hatchet II picks up right where the 2007 original film ends, as Marybeth (Harris) escapes from the clutches of the deformed, swamp-dwelling killer Victor Crowley (Hodder). Marybeth returns to the Louisiana swamps along with an army of hunters to recover the bodies of her family and exact her revenge against Victor Crowley.
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Victor Crowley Lives Again See more »
Marybeth escapes the clutches of the bayou-butcher Victor Crowley and returns to the swamp with an army of hunters and gunmen, determined to end Crowley's reign of horror once and for all. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Danielle Harris ... Marybeth

Tony Todd ... Reverend Zombie

Kane Hodder ... Victor Crowley / Thomas Crowley

Parry Shen ... Justin
Tom Holland ... Bob
R.A. Mihailoff ... Trent

AJ Bowen ... Layton

Alexis Kendra ... Avery (as Alexis Peters)

Ed Ackerman ... Cleatus

David Foy ... Chad

Colton Dunn ... Vernon

Rick McCallum ... John

John Carl Buechler ... Jack Cracker

Kathryn Fiore ... Shyann Crowley

Erika Hamilton ... Lena

Mercedes McNab ... Misty

Joleigh Fioravanti ... Jenna

Rileah Vanderbilt ... Young Victor Crowley
Charlayne DeVillier ... Cindy

Sarah Agor ... Brittany
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Shawn Ashmore ... Fisherman #1 (uncredited)

Steven Barton ... Featured Hunter (uncredited)

Emma Bell ... Parker O'Neil (uncredited)

Marcus Dunstan ... Featured Hunter (uncredited)

Adam Green ... Puking Guy (uncredited)

Lloyd Kaufman ... Featured Hunter (uncredited)

Joe Lynch ... Gator Hunter (uncredited)

BJ McDonnell ... Hunter #1 (uncredited)
Mike Mendez ... Featured Hunter (uncredited)

Jason Richard Miller ... Fisherman #2 (uncredited)

Joel Murray ... Shapiro (uncredited)

Laura Ortiz ... Andrea (uncredited)
Dave Parker ... Featured Hunter (uncredited)

Nick Principe ... Hunter #2 (uncredited)
Blake Reigle ... Hunter (uncredited)

Ryan Schifrin ... Featured Hunter (uncredited)

Cody Blue Snider ... Young Sampson (uncredited)
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Directed by
Adam Green 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Adam Green 

Produced by
Badie Ali .... executive producer
Hamza Ali .... executive producer
Malik B. Ali .... executive producer (as Malik Ali)
Derek Curl .... producer
Sarah J. Donohue .... line producer
Sarah Elbert .... producer
Adam Green .... executive producer
Jason Richard Miller .... co-producer (as Jason Miller)
Andrew Mysko .... executive producer
Cory Neal .... producer
Greg Newman .... executive producer
Mark Ward .... executive producer
Original Music by
Andy Garfield 
Cinematography by
Will Barratt 
Film Editing by
Ed Marx 
Production Design by
Bryan McBrien  (as Bryan A. McBrien)
Art Direction by
Kimberly Barros  (as Kim Barros)
Tim Beckett (supervising art director)
Costume Design by
Heather Allison 
Makeup Department
Duke Cullen .... key fabricator
Desiree Falcon .... additional makeup artist: Los Angeles
Ralis Kahn .... special makeup effects artist
Adrienne Lynn .... additional makeup artist
Arlene Martinez .... first assistant makeup artist
Robert Pendergraft .... makeup effects department head
Lancel Reyes .... foam technician
Adrian Romo .... lab & set technician
Jenn Rose .... key special makeup artist
Greg Smith .... sculptor: Victor Crowley
Jennifer Smith .... special makeup effects artist
Shyann Swisher .... key makeup artist
Rileah Vanderbilt .... makeup department head
Production Management
Sarah J. Donohue .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Craig Borden .... first assistant director
Shadie Elnashai .... second assistant director
Cory Johnson .... first assistant director: second unit
Adam Lawson .... additional first assistant director
Jason Richard Miller .... second unit director (as Jason Miller)
Richard Robinson .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Brandon X. Baranowski .... art department production assistant
Todd Baranowski .... greens gang boss
Tim Beckett .... storyboard
Daniel Bogunovic .... voodoo artist
Jeff Brown .... greens foreman
Charles J. Clark .... scenic painter
Jen R. Clark .... scenic painter
Larry Clark .... paint supervisor
Nick C. Clark .... paint foreman
Sage Kibbee Cole .... leadman (as Sage Kibbe Cole)
Marcky Fekkus .... construction foreman
Matty Fekkus .... construction production assistant
J. Zoe Frasure .... storyboard
Shota Guterres .... propmaker
Ryan Jeffery Hall .... gang boss
Daniel McEldowney .... greensman (as Danny J. McEldowney)
Frank McEldowney .... greens coordinator
Jo McEldowney .... art props
Desma Murphy .... set designer
Wade Novin .... art department production assistant
Joe Ondrejko .... construction coordinator (as Joey O.)
Jeffery Ryan Brown .... greensman
Jenna Sanders .... art director: second unit
Jenna Sanders .... property master
William Thoms .... propmaker (as Billie J. Thoms)
Willie .... general foreman
Sound Department
John Barzelay .... boom operator
Bobby Fisk .... production sound mixer
Marisa Kelley .... boom operator
Phil Lee .... sound recordist
B.J. Lehn .... sound mixer: Louisiana
Mathew Waters .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Anthony Bates .... lab and set assistant
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Anthony Ceglia .... special effects assistant
Tom Ceglia .... special effects coordinator
Jared Gray .... additional set technician (as Jared Grey)
Alex Hill .... special effects foreman
Karen Mason .... seamstress
Robert Pendergraft .... practical & creature effects department head
Jose Pineda .... additional lab technician
Travis Rhodes .... special effects assistant
Visual Effects by
Micah Gallo .... executive producer: Lit Post
Tyler A. Hawes .... senior digital intermediate colorist: Lit Post
Gustavo Mendes .... digital intermediate conform editor: Lit Post
Eliot Milbourn .... digital intermediate colorist: Lit Post
Scott Purdy .... digital intermediate producer: Lit Post
Allison Caetano .... stunt double: Danielle Harris
Chris Carnel .... stunt utility
Mike Doneger .... stunts
Nate Hedrick .... stunts
Steven Ho .... stunts
Kane Hodder .... stunt coordinator
Rick McCallum .... assistant stunt coordinator
Rick McCallum .... stunts
Paul E. Short .... stunts (as Paul Short)
Patrick J. Statham .... stunts (as Pat Statham)
Steve Upton .... stunts
Luke Vexler .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Benny Alvarado .... electrician
Tyler Anderson .... electrician
Erik Arent .... electrician
Robert Baird .... first assistant camera: Louisiana
Hospecio Balani .... grip (as Bud Balani)
Michael S. Beckman .... electrician (as Mike Beckman)
Jason Bonner .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Jason Bonner)
Steve Brewer .... grip
Jon Callesen .... best boy electric
Jacob Diaz .... electrician
Raul Dustin Sanchez .... electrician
Shane English .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Shane English .... first assistant camera: second unit
Jose Elias Felix .... best boy electric (as Jose Felix)
Lewis Fowler .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Dwight A. Galbraith .... electrician
Elizabeth Galbraith .... rigging electrician
Dan Gartner .... electrician
Dan Gartner .... gaffer: second unit
Michael Goldman .... grip
Michael Goldman .... key grip: second unit (as Mike Goldman)
Jon M. Gulbin .... grip
Matt Gulbin .... grip
Michael Gulbin .... grip: second unit (as Mike Gulbin)
Mitch Gulbin .... best boy grip
David Harris .... grip
G.W. Hatfield Jr. .... key grip: second unit (as George Hatfield)
George Hatfield .... grip
Dave Jacobsen .... electrician
Brad Keyes .... grip
Edwin Kim .... electrician
Kaiser 'Kai' Kim .... rigging electrician (as Kaiser Kim)
Matt Kubas .... electrician
Eric Leach .... director of photography: second unit
Oliver Mancebo .... digital imaging technician
BJ McDonnell .... camera operator
Justin Moran-Duquette .... rigging electrician
Ian Myron .... rigging electrician
Benjamin Olsen .... still photographer (as Ben Olsen)
Ashley Pavicic .... rigging electrician
Joel Perkal .... first assistant camera: second unit
Richard Ralston .... gaffer
Darryl Rue .... grip (as Darrell Rue)
Timothy Robert Ryan .... electrician (as Timothy Ryan)
Michael T. Sanchez .... camera intern (as Michael Sanchez)
Sonoko Shimoyama .... grip
Brian Sowell .... second assistant camera
John Stradling .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Bruce Swift .... key grip
Gordon Turrisi .... grip
Jared Wellman .... rigging electrician
BJ McDonnell .... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Michael T. Sanchez .... key video assist (uncredited)
Casting Department
Carmen Betancourt .... extras casting
James P. Driscoll .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Iris Bainum-Houle .... costume supervisor
Lori Lieb .... set costumer
Daniel Robles .... set costumer (as Danny Robles)
Editorial Department
Mae Catt .... assistant editor
Transportation Department
Tim Best .... driver
Al Burton .... transportation coordinator
James Cantoni .... driver
David Christenson .... driver (as David K. Christenson)
Cam Correa .... driver (as Camilo Correa)
Brian D. Hall .... driver (as Brian Hall)
Eli Lozano .... transportation captain
Rich Norton .... driver
Richard Norton .... driver
Other crew
Chris Arispe .... security
Michael R. Bloore .... fire safety officer
Phillip Jordan Brooks .... location scout: Louisiana
Norm Burrington .... vice president of sales: MPI Media Group
Brian W. Collins .... end titles (as Brian Collins)
Brian W. Collins .... production assistant (as Brian Collins)
Kelly Cosich .... production accountant
Tello Cossio .... stage manager: Occidental Studios
Elliot Dickerhoof .... production assistant
Sancia Duffy .... animal coordinator
Isaac Díaz .... production assistant
Dana Galinsky .... stand-in (as Ana Galinsky)
Robert V. Galluzzo .... production assistant (as Robert Galluzzo)
Nicola Goelzhaeuser .... vice president of international sales: MPI Media Group
Gina Gonnella .... executive liaison: MPI Media Group
Kristin Graham .... production assistant
Edward W. Hale .... fire safety officer
Norm Jones .... set medic
Greg Kindra .... key production assistant
Hope Latimer .... craft service
Taeko Masuyama .... production coordinator
Timothy McGroarty .... assistant: Adam Green (as Tim McGroarty)
Nicole Mikuzis .... brand manager
Roy Millonzi .... executive vice president of sales: MPI Media Group
Valerie Monforte .... production assistant
Steven Nuenhoffer .... fire safety officer
Kristin Owings .... script supervisor
Evan L. Robichaud .... additional key production assistant
Genaro Rodriguez .... caterer (as Genero Rodriguez)
Roy Ruiz .... security (as Roy Ruiz Sr.)
Teri H. Sabolic .... script supervisor: second unit (as Teri L. Huettinger)
Daniela Sapkar .... publicist
Andrew Sapp .... assistant production coordinator
Jennifer Saunoris .... executive assistant: MPI Media Group
Cody Blue Snider .... production assistant
Isiah Todd .... assistant: Tony Todd
Reaves Avery Washburn .... production assistant (as Reaves Washburn)
Winnie Wong .... insurance
Jeremy L. Morrison .... production assistant (uncredited)
Reaves Avery Washburn .... key set production assistant: second unit (uncredited)

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Also Known As:
"Adam Green's Hatchet II" - USA (complete title)
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Rated R for strong bloody horror violence, sexual content, nudity and language (edited version)
85 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Australia:R | New Zealand:R18 | Sweden:15 | UK:18 (unrated version) | USA:R (certificate #46586) (edited version) | USA:Unrated (theatrical rating)

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The unrated version of the movie was shown in 60 theaters on its debut weekend across the United States & Canada. Most of the theaters were unaware of the extent of the violence and vile content in the film, and nearly all of the theaters had stopped playing the movie by Monday morning.See more »
Chad:Hey, man. Who's Victor Crowley?
Layton:Well, he's nothing. A local bogeyman story about a retarded maniac who haunts Honey Island. People just use it to keep kids away from the swamp.
Chad:You mean like a Jason Voorhees or something?
Layton:Something like that.
Chad:When I was eight, I lived in this town called Glen Echo. Our ghost story is about this man named Leslie Vernon...
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Starting to develop an unwanted modern presence, 30 October 2011
Author: Steve Pulaski from United States

The original Hatchet film was not perfect as much as it was a breath of fresh air to viewers who were bored and disgusted with Michael Bay's remakes. Hatchet II further expands the story of Victor Crowley but does it in such a way that is becomes tiresome. Adam Green, an honestly admirable director, is also considering making two more sequels to follow this one. Unless he can find a way to successfully add more to the storyline, it might just be load, aim, reiterate.

Green directed one of my favorite films of 2010, Frozen. It's one I've continually referenced, and have stated that it could very well be one of the best claustrophobic horror films ever made. Even with a limited release it stood out as the best of its kind in a year that was filled with bigger successes like Buried and The Night Chronicles: Devil. Even in the original Hatchet, Green put his actors and actresses to good use, just like in Frozen. He can effectively get the most out of his actors and his script which is something more directors need to accommodate.

But the problem in Hatchet II is hard to define. It seems uninspired, bleak, and starting to enter the world of modern horror. The original film creatively invented its tagline stated it was "OLD SCHOOL American HORROR" while Hatchet II doesn't boast the same concept. It just seems like now that it's on the map, it's becoming more of a modern horror series rather than an old school series.

The film picks up immediately where the original left off. Marybeth (now played by Danielle Harris rather than by Tamara Feldman like the original) barely escapes an encounter with Victor Crowley, and is rescued by a creepy fisherman named Jack Cracker (Buechler). After learning her last name and recalling the history, he throws her out of his cabin leading Marybeth to seek help from Rev. Zombie (Todd). Zombie tells Marybeth the history of her father and Victor Crowley, and sets up an expedition to find the beast. Whoever kills the monster will be award $5,000.

My favorite character was probably Colton Dunn who provided comic-relief with his token black guy schtick. Normally, I disapprove of comedy being in a horror film, but the original had its share of goofy humor and, as I recall, some of the early slashers had little ounces of comedy to occupy them. Not enough to be called the dreadful "comedy-horror," but enough to satisfy. Dunn provided a likable persona, up until he was slaughtered in seconds.

Hatchet II is fast paced, but lacks suspense. Much of the woodsy scenery is back, which gives the film a plus, but nothing is truly built up as much as it is just a strong musical chord causing us to jump. The gore is back, and still Green hasn't used a touch of CGI from what I can tell. The gruesome element is still here, and some of the deaths are just mean-spirited and nasty. Nothing wrong with that.

The gore is doubled, just like the title, and it seems that if there's any reason to watch Hatchet II is because of the grotesque killings Green has thought up. The storyline is nice, but unnecessary. They're fueling a character that is rather simple with a lot of grimy backstory that truly isn't needed. I like information in films, I like quite a lot of it. I'm not saying the premise is complex, it's just bloated and rather cliché.

Horror icon Kane Hodder is one of the few people that reprises his role. He plays Victor Crowley, and does it with loads of makeup and energy. Hodder has most always been the highlight of every film he was in, and is probably the best person who ever sunk his feet in Jason Voorhees' shoes.

Hatchet II is short and sweet, and doesn't make you feel your time was robbed. The creativity is there, but its purpose and roots are starting to diminish. We could see the obligatory sequel(s) coming a mile away, but just because there are sequels, doesn't mean we have to grown at them. Adam Green should remind us that.

Starring: Danielle Harris, Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Parry Shen, Tom Holland, R.A. Mihailoff, Colton Dunn, and AJ Bowen. Directed by: Adam Green.

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