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Denver and Columbus will be added to the cities screening the film starting June 14, the same day Hatchet III will be available on VOD and digital download. During opening week fans can enjoy special appearances and Q&As with cast and crew. More details soon to be announced.
Late last year I talked with actor/stuntman Kane Hodder about the biography he had just completed with co-author Michael Aloisi. Unmasked: The True Story of the World’s Most Prolific Cinematic Killer covers much of the territory you’d expect — Hodder’s youth, his first jobs as a Hollywood stuntman, his rise to cult fame as the man in the hockey mask — but it also offers surprisingly candid accounts of a few of the darkest episodes in the actor’s life, including his childhood run-ins with bullies and the near-fatal burn injury that almost ended his career just as it was getting started. I’ve been waiting for the right time to post the interview; I don’t think there’ll ever be a better occasion than 2012′s first Friday the 13th.
Adam Green’s 2006 slasher film Hatchet boldly branded itself a return to “old-school American horror” – and rightly so. The story of supernatural killer Victor Crowley was unremittingly bloody, earning the ire of the MPAA, who bestowed it with the commercial kiss of death: an NC17. Even more cartoonish and bloody, Hatchet II amps up the mayhem considerably.
This year’s installment of Worcester, Massachusett’s annual Rock and Shock horror and music convention upped the ante in a big way, all across the board.
How shall we count the ways? Hmm…well, let’s see: how about holding a Rob Zombie and ALICE FUCKING COOPER concert as part of the festivities? Hell to the yeah, folks. Massconcerts held the distinction of not only presenting the area’s premier horror convention, but also kicking out three days of live music next door at the city’s Palladium venue…