Horror Sequel Victor Crowley Looks Like A Ghoulishly Good Time

Most slasher fans have seen Hatchet, Adam Green's 2006 sleeper about a swamp-dwelling maniac who hacks his way though a group of tourists. The cult hit spawned two lesser-known sequels, but a surprise fourth Hatchet film - titled Victor Crowley after its hulking antihero - looks awfully promising.

Here's the brand-new trailer for Green's latest, which very much confirms that Victor Crowley will be in keeping with the series' horror-comedy vibe. The formidable Kane Hodder - who's donned Jason's hockey mask four times for the Friday the 13th franchise - plays Victor, also for the fourth time. As you will see, the film begins 10 years after the gory events of the original trilogy, as the lone survivor is tempted (with a pile of cash) to return to the soggy scene of the massacre. My dude... what's the point of being rich if you aren't alive to spend any of the dough?

Victor Crowley is out on VOD, digital, Blu-ray, and DVD on February 6.

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    as the lone survivor is tempted (with a pile of cash) to return to the soggy scene of the massacre. My dude... what's the point of being rich if you aren't alive to spend any of the dough?

    This is something I've never liked in horror movies. When the characters *know* there's a "monster" at a certain place but go there anyway. I get that most films try to justify that, but the pay them to go idea is one that doesn't hold up. It'd be much more believable if the justification is rescuing a loved one, or even psychological (like Ripley going back to Achereon in Aliens).

    As for the movie, seems like more of the same. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing if you're a slasher fan.

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