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Hatchet II: Behind the Screams (2011)

A video documentary short detailing the entire production of Hatchet II with an in depth look at the cast and crew behind the screams.

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Sarah Elbert

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Sarah Elbert
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Credited cast:
Ed Ackerman ... Himself
Will Barratt ... Himself
Craig Borden Craig Borden ... Himself
AJ Bowen ... Himself
Colton Dunn ... Himself
Sarah Elbert ... Herself
David Foy David Foy ... Himself
Adam Green ... Himself
Danielle Harris ... Herself
Kane Hodder ... Himself
Tom Holland ... Himself
Alexis Kendra ... Herself (as Alexis Peters)
Bryan McBrien ... Himself
BJ McDonnell ... Himself
R.A. Mihailoff ... Himself
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A video documentary short detailing the entire production of Hatchet II with an in depth look at the cast and crew behind the screams.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 February 2011 (USA) See more »

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References American History X (1998) See more »

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Fun Documentary for the Fans
21 February 2012 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Hatchet II: Behind the Screams (2011)

*** (out of 4)

This 33-minute documentary can be found as an extra on the HATCHET II DVD. Adam Green takes us through the entire production of the film as we get to see a countdown of the kills as well as hear from cast and crew members including Kane Hodder, Tony Todd, Danielle Harris, Tom Holland and others. Fans of HATCHET II will certainly want to check this out as it gives you plenty of behind-the-scenes footage including various kill scenes. Not only do you get to see the actual kills but you also get some footage of them being set up and shot over various takes. Another plus is that you really get a good idea of what it was like on the set as it appears Green is constantly wanting to have fun and his enthusiasm certainly jumps off the camera. The interviews with the crew are the type you'd expect as they all pat each other on the back and talk about a wonderful environment the filming is. The only real negative thing I could say about the film is that it didn't follow the controversy of the movie being pulled from theaters after just three days. As one of the few who actually got to see it that first and only weekend, I would have liked to have heard some more on this but otherwise this is a fun featurette that fans will enjoy.


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