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‘Victor Crowley’ Set to Attack in Only Connecticut Screening

At this year’s CT HorrorFest in Danbury, CT, Connecticut Cult Classics announced that they would be presenting the state’s only screening of director Adam Green’s brand-new film, Victor Crowley. The event is set to take place on Monday, October 16th at the classic Strand Theater in Seymour, CT as part of the “Victor Crowley Theatrical Roadshow.”

Victor Crowley marks the fourth installment of Green’s legendary Hatchet series and stars genre legends Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th VI – X, Hatchet, etc.), Laura Ortiz (The Hills Have Eyes, Hatchet, etc.), Parry Shen (Hatchet), and Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp). According to Connecticut Cult Classics founder Larry Dwyer, “I am so amazingly pumped to be able to show Victor Crowley to the Connecticut chapter of the Hatchet Army. I’ve loved the series since the beginning and I’m so excited to see Adam Green bring back his creation after taking the third film off.” read more

Adam Green Surprises with New Hatchet Film

Adam Green dropped a bomb late Tuesday night by debuting the fourth installment of the Hatchet franchise, Victor Crowley. Fans and celebrities gathered at Hollywood’s ArcLight Cinema to celebrate a “10th Anniversary Celebration” of Hatchet and were delighted to hear they would be the first to see a new entry in the beloved horror franchise.

The film picks up a decade after the first three films. Kane Hodder returns as Louisiana’s favorite slasher and is joined by series regular, Parry Shen. Laura Ortiz (The Hills Have Eyes), Dave Sheridan(Scary Movie) and Brian Quinn (Impractical Jokers) round out the main cast. read more

Adam Green Teams Up With American Mythology For Hatchet Comic

Well look here horror comic fans, it looks like Victor Crowley will be coming to a comic shop near you in early 2017.  American Mythology will be partnering with Hatchet creator Adam Green to splatter a comic book interpretation of his hit franchise across many pages.  Already on board for the book is artist Andrew Mangum, with Greg LaRocque, and The Living Corpse’s, as well as Horror Comic Award winners , Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson contributing covers.  The company also has plans to unleash a new Dark line of comics, with titles like the hit independent series Werewolves vs Dinosaurs. read more

Holliston Season 2 and Hatchet 3 interview with Adam Green

Staff member, Larry Dwyer had the chance to catch up with Adam Green and talk about Holliston Season 2 and Hatchet 3.

Larry Dwyer: Hey Adam. I had the distinct pleasure of reviewing Holliston season one and I instantly fell in love with it. How did the series come about?

Adam Green: Thanks Larry! Well, it started about 13 years ago. I was working at a low budget cable station in Boston making really bad commercials and trying to break out of there and do my own thing. I would steal their equipment to make my own stuff; it’s pretty much exactly like what goes on in the show with Adam and Joe making horrible commercials for Lance Rockett and using his equipment on the side to do their own thing. With that equipment, I made Coffee & Donuts for about $400. We never thought that it would actually come out that well or that anyone would even want it, we just wanted to see if we could make a movie and next thing we knew, Disney/Touchstone bought it and turned it into a sitcom for the UPN network. Next thing I knew, UPN became the WB Network and all of the development was lost and they held the rights for five years. That happens a lot in this business but that, in particular, was really painful because it was the rights to my life and I couldn’t touch it. Well, over the course of the next five years, I made a name for myself with Hatchet, Spiral and Frozen and eventually the rights reverted back to me. read more