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|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Joel David Moore||-||Ben|
|Amara Zaragoza||-||Marybeth Dunstan (as Tamara Feldman)|
|Kane Hodder||-||Victor Crowley / Mr. Crowley|
|Joel Murray||-||Doug Shapiro|
|Joleigh Fiore||-||Jenna (as Joleigh Fioreavanti)|
|Richard Riehle||-||Jim Permatteo|
|Patrika Darbo||-||Shannon Permatteo|
|Tony Todd||-||Reverend Zombie|
|John Carl Buechler||-||Jack Cracker (as John Buechler)|
|Rileah Vanderbilt||-||Young Victor Crowley|
If you watch all three "Hatchet" movies in a row without opening and end credits, it would be one uninterupted storyline, revolving around a few days.
Writer and Director Adam Green created a "No CGI" rule for post-production. Only CGI was used to remove on-screen wires and camera set-ups.
Features cameos from Tony Todd (Candyman) and Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger).
When actor Joel David Moore vomits on-screen, it is real. Director Adam Green did not want the actors spitting out fake vomit, like most movies do. Though Moore managed to throw up on his own for the first take, he was supplied with a mixture of cold clam chowder and orange juice for the second take.
The horribly deformed Young Victor Crowley, is actually played by a beautiful young actress named Rileah Vanderbilt. When Make-up Effects Artist John Carl Buechler needed a model, on whom to test the latex prosthetic, Rileah was the volunteer. Since the make-up effects had already been molded to her face for the test shots, Rileah played the role in the film.
To keep the set hidden, the movie was called "Love Rodeo" during production.
During the cemetery scene, on the tombstones we see the names Sarah Elbert and Cory Neal (both producers of this film) and of Writer and Director Adam Green.
This movie was the last production to shoot in Lousiana before Hurricane Katrina hit. Parry Shen (Shawn), took part in all three Hatchet movies and Victor Crowley (2017), shot in Louisiana.
A hatchet, per definition, is a small axe with a single bit, or blade. Thus, the poster image axe is not, in fact, a hatchet.
The t-shirt with the odd-looking smiley face on it is the logo for Newbury Comics, a New England chain that sells CDs, DVDs, and comic books. Writer and Director Adam Green grew up in Massachusetts, and would buy his horror movies and action figures from there.
In all three of the Hatchet films, someone says the line, "You've got to be fucking kidding me." This time it's spoken by Ben (Joel David Moore).
The ringtone on Misty's cellphone is "I Don't Want To Wait", performed by by Paula Cole.
In the cemetery, there is a crypt with the name "GREEN" written over the entrance. This is a reference to director Adam Green.
Kane Hodder and Robert Englund appeared on Fear Clinic (2014).
Robert Englund and Tony Todd appeared on Chuck (2007).
Robert Englund and Joel David Moore appeared on Bones (2005).
Adam Green: One of the people in the group of friends at the start of the film.
Victor Crowley only kills one person (on-screen) with a Hatchet.
Body Count: eleven (Including Mr. Crowley).
Mercedes McNab appeared in Addams Family Values (1993). As a teen girl at camp, her quote "I'll be the victim," to which Wednesday Addams (Christina Ricci) responds "All your life," plays true in this movie as she becomes Hatchet's victim.