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Ten years after the events of the original movie, Victor Crowley is mistakenly resurrected and proceeds to kill once more.

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Cast

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Andrew
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Victor Crowley
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Rose
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Dillon
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Sabrina
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Kathleen
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Austin
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Casey
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Alex
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Chloe
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Sue
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Del
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Bernard
Tezz Yancey ...
Jay
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Zach
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Linus
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Kristina
David Foy ...
Skip
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Marybeth
Arwen Green ...
Herself
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Camille Parker (uncredited)
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Charlene (uncredited)
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Co-Pilot Craig Borden (uncredited)
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Pilot Matthew Waters (uncredited)
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Rev. Zombie (uncredited)

Directed by

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Adam Green

Written by

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Adam Green ... ()

Produced by

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Hamza Ali ... executive producer
Will Barratt ... producer
Sarah Elbert ... producer
Adam Green ... executive producer
Amanda Isaacson ... associate producer
Cory Neal ... producer
Ben Rock ... associate producer

Music by

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Jason Akers
Sam Ewing

Cinematography by

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Jan-Michael Losada

Film Editing by

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Matt Latham

Makeup Department

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Caitlyn Brisbin ... key makeup artist
Tara DiPetrillo ... makeup artist
Desiree Falcon ... makeup artist
Kristin Forgy ... makeup department head
Nic Henley ... special makeup effects artist
Robert Pendergraft ... special makeup effects artist
Robert Stultz ... special makeup effects artist: second unit

Art Department

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Robert Konowalow ... construction coordinator
Matt Rumer ... assistant art director / props / set designer / set dresser
Gordon Stotz ... art department assistant

Sound Department

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Thi Dinh ... boom operator
Matt Telsey ... sound editor
Mathew Waters ... re-recording mixer
Robert Riglietti ... sound effects editor (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Brittany Joyner ... visual effects artist
Jeremy Wanek ... lead visual effects artist

Stunts

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Rick McCallum ... stunts
Miluette Nalin ... stunt double: Laura Ortiz
Phedra Syndelle ... stunt double: Krystal Joy Brown

Camera and Electrical Department

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Edwin Cude ... best boy electric
David Foy ... second assistant camera
Dana Fytelson ... bestboy grip
Shawn D. Kelley ... set photographer
John Mijares ... key grip
Aaron Pagniano ... electrician
Paul Salmons ... gaffer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Rebecca Joy Lewis ... key costumer / wardrobe supervisor

Music Department

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Adrian Boeckeler ... composer: additional music
Bear McCreary ... score produced by
Andrew Ransom ... tech scoring assistant
Denise Slenski ... music editor

Other crew

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Nicole Binnall ... script supervisor
Austin Bosley ... art department coordinator
Casey J. Hempel ... assistant to the director
Daniela Sapkar ... publicist
Jeremy Wanek ... title sequence artist

Thanks

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Eileen Abarrca ... special thanks
Sean Becker ... special thanks
Craig Borden ... special thanks
Beth Brennan ... special thanks
Ed Brennan ... special thanks
Wes Craven ... acknowledgment
David Ellefson ... special thanks
Josh Ethier ... special thanks
Thom Hazaert ... special thanks
Rachel Kempf ... special thanks
Joe Knetter ... special thanks
Lola Miller ... special thanks
Adrian Popa ... special thanks
George A. Romero ... acknowledgment
Jonah Sdao ... special thanks
Tony Todd ... special thanks
Nick Toti ... special thanks
Chris Visser ... special thanks
Mark Ward ... special thanks
Meaghan Wilbur ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary
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Taglines Return to his swamp. See more »
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Parents Guide View content advisory »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Hatchet IV (United States)
  • Hatchet: Victor Crowley (Germany)
  • Виктор Кроули (Russia)
  • Terror no Pântano 4 (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 83 min
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Box Office

Budget $2,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia During his heartfelt introductions at the Los Angeles and London premieres for this movie, Adam Green cited how his hero Wes Craven's death had effected him so strongly, that it brought him back to his own franchise again, and made him realize that the Hatchet franchise is one of his own biggest contributions to the genre. While Craven's death put the notion of returning to Hatchet in Green's mind, it was another of his heroes, George A. Romero, specifically telling him to make more Hatchet films for the fans, that solidified his decision to make a fourth film in the franchise. Romero passed away just thirty-seven days before the surprise unveiling of this movie on August 22, 2017, and Green stated that this movie would not exist if not for Romero's pep talk assuring him that what he did as a filmmaker mattered, and was needed for the genre. At the London premiere on August 26, 2017, a photo of the moment when Romero had told Green to make another Hatchet film was put up on the screen behind Green. An emotional Green pointed to the sky and dedicated the film to Wes Craven and George A. Romero, who inspired him to ever try and make horror films in the first place. The film itself has a dedication to both filmmakers in the end credits. See more »
Movie Connections Follows Hatchet (2006). See more »
Soundtracks Hatchet (The Ballad of Victor Crowley) See more »
Quotes Sabrina: Ten years later, you are like the O.J. Simpson of Honey Island Swamp. Wouldn't you say?
Andrew: Uh. No, I wouldn't.
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