The song that plays during the end credits is "Hatchet (The Ballad of Victor Crowley)" by the band "Ignitor", and has a special relevance. Adam Green's favorite Wes Craven film is Shocker (1989), and his favorite song on the Shocker soundtrack is "Demon Bell (The Ballad of Horace Pinker)" by Dangerous Toys. Singer and songwriter Jason McMaster (Dangerous Toys, and Ignitor) wrote the song as a gift for Green, who is a lifelong Dangerous Toys fan. Dangerous Toys was the first band Green perform live, and shortly after Wes Craven passed away, Green had flown to San Antonio to see the band perform at a reunion show, in an effort to escape his grief. McMaster noticed Green in the crowd, and the two began discussing how they are fans of each other's work, Wes Craven's recent death, and the enormous impact that Shocker (1989), and Dangerous Toys had made on Green during his youth. With Craven's death playing such a pivotal role in Green returning to Hatchet, McMaster wrote and contributed a Shocker-style theme song for this movie. 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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this movie is good
Before watching this movie, i looked at imdb to see if there was any helpful reviews about it and i found only one , so i thought that this might be garbage and i didnt have high expectations going into this, but i was completely wrong.
this is a low budget movie; the dead bodies looks fake, however it has a decent storyline, good acting, goery and in addition to all this its hilarious, so i recommend it to anyone who hesitate before going watching it and i think that this movie deserve more reviews and ratings.
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