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To say that I wasn’t expecting much from Hatchet 3 is an understatement, the title alone makes you believe that the film is a horror movie spoof, a huge joke conceived by a childish mind intent on making teenagers laugh with over the top gore and surreal comedy but no, Hatchet 3 is an actual horror feature, one with horror royalty within but still no substance worth mentioning beyond the substance of fake blood of which there is plenty. The story follows the murderous rampage of mysterious killer Victor Crowley ... Read full review »
It seems, in light of the nature of the film I am about to review, that I should be upfront and honest with my readers and admit that, although Lance Armstrong is obviously a name I am familiar with, beyond knowing that he is a sportsman of some description and that he – allegedly like Hitler, only has one… well you know – I know next to nothing about him, his sporting career and the ultimate and incredibly public fall from grace that brought him crashing from public esteem. Beginning with a vision of a documentary ... Read full review »