Hatchet 3

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Having never previously covered the behemoth known as Comic-Con, I’m currently feeling woefully unprepared (underprepared?) for the experience. But years of monitoring and reporting on the news coming out of the ‘con has prepared me for something – the incredible flood of tangible marketing material that accompanies the convention. We’re not talking about panel chatter, rumors, or announcements, we’re talking hard stuff like posters and banners, material spotted out in the wild of the convention floor as often as it’s released before Preview Night even kicks off that you may one day be able to possess for yourself (and your walls). After the break, feast your eyes on every poster and banner (within reason) released at Comic-Con, an ever-evolving gallery of both pretty pictures and essential information, including such highly anticipated fare as The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Pacific Rim, Dredd, and some very special original works by the likes of Mondo and Gallery 1988.



The entire plot of Hatchet and Hatchet 2 were skeletons where Adam Green could hang some gruesome cheese and a deep love of 80s slashers. There’s nothing wrong with that, and Victor Crowley emerged as a new minor horror icon. It’s unclear how they’ll continue the franchise after the gut blast of the second movie, but Dark Sky Films has given Green the greenlight to rev their blood-fueled engines and return to the swamp for Hatchet 3. According to Shock Til You Drop, all personnel details are still being hammered out – which means Green might not be directing. However, the idea for the third film was created even before filming of the second which means the creativity has simply been waiting for the money to fall into place. Are you ready to run from the Bayou Butcher again?

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