I won’t lie, I’m not a huge fan of the Hatchet series… At all. I obviously love horror films, slashers especially… But Hatchet never clicked with me.
Not that Adam Green is a bad writer or director… I just prefer his other films more. Spiral is genius. Hatchet just always missed the mark for some reason. It always had casts I truly enjoyed and the cinematography and gore is top notch but it never fully pulled me in.
With that said, when Hatchet 3 was announced it met me with a resounding “Meh.” I was happy it was continuing because the world needs independent horror that has a budget still – but I figured it would be more of the same.
Well I was both right and wrong.
I decided to watch Hatchet this morning because of the review by my pal over at FreddyInSpace.com he said it was good but not as good as the previous Hatchet films, read his full review to understand what he meant.
Now why would this make me want to see it? Because it WAS different from the other films.
Long story short, its plot went slowly, there wasn’t as many kills – but the cinematography was beautiful, the plot moved forward from the previous two, and just felt more like a complete film than the other two did combined.
I truly liked it, was it perfect? Not even close, but I recommend it hole heartily.
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Last time I blogged you learned about my abysmal issue of not having a personality of my own, leeching off of those around me, and making an amalgamation of all my influential people who surround me to become who I am.
This never was a linear process, nor does it ever stop. As my environment changes, so does my personality. I really don’t want that to happen, but it tends to. Most of the time I don’t even realize it happens, my fiance points it out constantly that I do it. Movies, music, friends – I do the picking and choosing put it into the blender and voila! You have me. Continue reading →
I don’t blog about my childhood much when it comes to non nostalgic things. If I’m not talking about video games or music or movies, I tend to avoid the subject like the plague. I’m not sure if it is because I don’t remember much about it or if it’s just out of shame of the selfish little prick I feel I was back then.