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Hatchet: New Cut in Sight

Horror Film Shown at UK FrightFest in August

In the US, Adam Green's Hatchet (2006) was rated NC-17. For its theatrical release, 29 seconds were cut in order to get the R.

After two sequels, Adam Green announced in 2013 that he was planning a compilation of the trilogy and that a few scenes might be in it. Four years have passed and there still is no further information available.

But according to bloody-disgusting.com, a new version of Hatchet that has never been released will be shown at UK FrightFest in August. In the fall, the very same version will be shown in the US as well. Whether this announced new cut is the compilation of the trilogy or actually a new cut of the first installment is still unknown.

Release: Jul 23, 2017 - Author: The Undertaker - Translator: Tony Montana

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