Hatchet: Director Plans to Cut Trilogy Together
The Hatchet films are liked by many horror fans and made headlines because of their graphic violent content. That also didn't play well with the MPAA which gave both films the infamous NC-17 rating, forcing director Adam Green to censor both films for the "R" classification and even protesting against their decision by putting out the second film unrated in cinemas. So it's not much of a stretch to think about the goods that the upcoming 3rd film will bring to the table.
Still, after finishing the trilogy, Adam Green seems to have plans with the films. As DreadCentral reports, Green thinks of cutting the three films together, making a Super Cut of them. That's not too much of a problem since the films directly pick up where their respective predecessors ended. To make it a little more interesting, Green teased that he could enrich this new version with new footage, as well. As an example, he mentions a death scene that was initially planned for the first film but didn't make it in. Hatchet fans can rejoice once this becomes more concrete and not just another unkept promise.
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