Hatchet III (Hatchet 3) (2013) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Hatchet III (2013) aka Hatchet 3 (2013) was an incredible watch for me and I would definitely watch it again because I would like to see more of the movie with an empty stomach. Director BJ McDonnell executed this movie awesomely well. I would not recommend kids or young teenagers to see Hatchet III because I am a very relaxed parent but I would not let my kids see this horror movie due to the gore and violence factor.
This horror movie is not for the weak at heart or those who have a weak stomach either because it contains very disturbing gore (severed head and face cut off) and violent (head being smashed with brain tissue and blood flying everywhere) scenes. There is very graphic images/scenes in this movie that I even had to turn my head away several times. This movie is so sickening gross that I could not see all of some scenes, ex: when he ripped the mans spinal cord out of his body through his stomach, stomping on a guys head until it caved in, ripping a man to pieces while the guy is still alive, mans face and body melts off, etc. This movie is definitely by far more intense and frightening than the other two movies.
I love that this movie starts off where the second movie finished, with Marybeth Dunston (Danielle Harris - See No Evil 2, Camp Dread, Ghost of Goodnight Lane) blowing off Victor Crowley’s (Kane Hodder - Chopping Block, Minutes to Midnight, Dead AfterLife) head. He is one mean guy that I am scared of because he is almost invincible. He basically kills anyone that gets in his way or goes on his property. I will end here because I surely do not want to give this movie away. It is a must watch for those hardcore drastic violence and gore fans with a strong heart.
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.
About Hatchet III (Hatchet 3) (2013)
Starring: Danielle Harris, Kane Hodder, Zach Galligan
Runtime: 81 minutes
Director: BJ McDonnell