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Bloody new clip from Hatchet III grabs you by the throat

May. 30, 2013by: Ryan Miller
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Holy shit! This is one hell of a red band clip from BJ McDonnell's directorial debut HATCHET III. Thanks to IGN, who landed this epic clip, we see Danielle Harris' Marybeth pick up right where she left off from HATCHET II after she blows a fancy hole in Victor Crowley's head. This clip right here earns every bit of its red band title so prepare yourselves before you click that little play button because this is one gory bastard. It's awesome and might be one of the coolest things you see today!

The film continues the tale of the now-iconic villain Victor Crowley (Kane Hodder). As a search and recovery team heads into the haunted swamp to pick up the pieces and carnage left behind from the first two films, Marybeth (Danielle Harris) hunts down the true secret to ending the voodoo curse that has left the ghost of Victor Crowley haunting and terrorizing Honey Island Swamp for decades.

HATCHET III will head to limited theaters on June 14th from MPI/Dark Sky Films.

Extra Tidbit: Are you guys pumped to see Victor Crowley return to the swamp?
Source: IGN

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9:21PM on 05/30/2013

All I axe for...

...is for the actual movie to be as good as the gore scenes. "Hatchet II" was a gore-nanza but the story was boring as hell despite the delectable presence of Danielle Harris. This clip from "Hatchet III" is a fantastic dose of over-the-top blood-letting; hopefully the movie itself will be good too.
...is for the actual movie to be as good as the gore scenes. "Hatchet II" was a gore-nanza but the story was boring as hell despite the delectable presence of Danielle Harris. This clip from "Hatchet III" is a fantastic dose of over-the-top blood-letting; hopefully the movie itself will be good too.
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