This movie actually wasn’t half bad until you got to ending, that seems to be the norm with most movies anymore. The movies are pretty good and entertaining than you get to the end of the film and you are pretty much left with WTF was that. I just don’t get it, if you can keep someone interested in a movie you surely can figure out a good way to wrap everything up. Doesn’t seem like it would be all that difficult but hey maybe it is, I never tried.
This movie starts off with two guys that make fake videos of monsters for their YouTube channel and then the one gets the idea to search for real monsters to put on video. They put an ad on CraigsList or some other similar website looking for real-life monsters. To their surprise, they find three of them.
They rent out an old abandoned mansion for the perfect setting for their monster interviews. Once the monsters show up with everything go as planned or will the monsters be monsters?
You can find this flick on Amazon and watch it free of charge if you are an Amazon Prime member.
Zach sets out into the wildness of the Georgia Shoals to prove his survival skills for 60 days. Before too long, finding clean water and sufficient scavenged food are the least of his worries when disturbing noises and events disturb his lonely challenge.
This movie was actually pretty entertaining for what it was. It kind of reminded me of the show Naked & Afraid (minus the naked) meets the Blair Witch Project. The movie is about Zach who decides to try and survive in the wilderness for 60 days on his own. Everything is going well for himself at first and days into he is either slowly losing his mind or he is being haunted by whatever lives in the Shoals of Georgia. Will Zach make it the 60 days? Will he tap out? Or worse?
If you have Amazon Prime you should really check this flick out.
Ten years after the horrific massacre, lone survivor Andrew Yong is forced to return to Honey Island Swamp, but in a twist of fate, Victor Crowley is mistakenly resurrected and Yong must face the bloodthirsty ghost from his past.
Cast & Crew:
Parry Shen – Andrew Kane Hodder – Victor Crowley Laura Ortiz – Rose Dave Sheridan – Dillon Krystal Joy Brown – Sabrina Brian Quinn – Austin Felissa Rose – Kathleen Chase Williamson – Alex Katie Booth – Chloe Tiffany Shepis – Casey Jonah Ray – Del Kelly Vrooman – Sue
I was so excited when I heard there was a fourth Hatchet movie but I will say after watching Hatchet 4/Victor Crowley yesterday I was actually a little disappointed. I loved the first three Hatchet movies especially after they brought on Danielle Harris to take up the role of Marybeth. I think the only bright spot or amusing thing of the 4th one was the fact they brought back Parry Shen once again. It’s great he’s played a different character in all of the movies. From what I understand though in the 4th one he played the same character as he did in the 3rd film but I could have sworn that character died. I may be wrong it has been a minute since I watched that one.
All in all, it was still somewhat enjoyable I guess, but it does not compare to the first three at all. The plot was just slightly corny. I did, however, enjoy the surprise appearance at the end of the movie.