A search and recovery team heads into the haunted swamp to pick up the pieces, and Marybeth learns the secret to ending the voodoo curse that has left Victor Crowley haunting and terrorizing Honey Island Swamp for decades.
This Legend Never Dies
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Did You Know?
Executive Producer and Writer Adam Green
prides the Hatchet films on their "no CGI rule". All make-up effects are done the "old school" way, with prosthetics, make-up, latex, and silicone, in order to give the films their throwback feeling and tone. CGI and digital enhancement is only used for such things as wire removal, or fixing any camera issues that occurred while filming, but never to create the films' outrageous special effects. This movie was no exception to this rule, and Green continually challenged the make-up effects crew by writing crazy death scenes and sequences, that most any other modern production would have brought in computer generated visual effects teams to accomplish. See more
The US Coast Guard states that the air support had to come from Baton Rouge. There are 9 USCG bases in New Orleans and its surrounding areas, most are less then a 30 min drive from Honey Island Swamp including a major Naval air station, which also houses the USMC. See more
If you're here to talk about Victor Crowley again, I told you everything I had to say yesterday.
Well actually, Abbott, that was ten years ago.
Referenced in Digging Up the Marrow
Written by Dave Brockie
, Jizmak the Gusha
(as B. Roberts), Beefcake The Mighty
(as C. Orr), Balsac the Jaws of Death
(as M. Derks) and C. Smoot
Performed by Gwar
Courtesy of Metal Blade Records, Inc. See more