In the hidden scene in the film's end credits, it is shown that the airplane is KWAJ airlines flight 331. The word "Kwaj" is seen or spoken in every film that Adam Green does with Kane Hodder, who grew up on the island of Kwajalein, and Green's birthday is on March 31, thus "KWAJ flight 331". See more »
So, where in New York are you from?
Let me guess, the accent gives it away? Staten Island, actually. You ever been?
*Whispered* Oh, you gotta go. *Normal Tone* It's the jewel of the East Coast, my man. It's gorgeous.
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Part way through the end credits is a scene showing news coverage then pulls back to reveal [nm0364583?ref_=tt_cl_t1] (Danielle Harris) hinting at a possible sequel. See more »
Written and Performed by Block McLoud, Chino XL, Poison Pen and The Jokerr
Produced by Adrian Boeckeler, Dario Montanino & Mike Hastings
Mixed, mastered, arranged and additional production by The Jokerr in The Jokerr's Lair Studios LLC
PRS Anno Domini Beats - copyright 2017
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Victor Crowley ... lives
Not that we'd expect something different. But yeah if you have been watching the other movies (that's Hatchet 1-3) you should know that it did seem like the Crowley Saga was over. But low and behold, we get another one. And Adam Green is coming back to take the reigns and continue the legacy he created. It's also almost a miracle he kept the making of this movie a secret. So while almost everyone was expecting to see the original Hatchet movie at a Festival I was attending, surprise surprise ... it's Hatchet 4.
And if you liked the first Hatchet and the second one, you can see the similarities. The humor is back and what some may call bad acting, is deliberate and over the top. That doesn't mean you have to like it ... just be aware of it and don't confuse it. If silly floats your boat (no pun intended), you can give this a try
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