Marybeth Dunstan, the last survivor of a group of tourists slaughtered by the ghostly slasher Victor Crowley, returns to the bayou with a group of hunters and gunmen to end his threat once and for all. The Jack Chop is sold at Reverend Zombie’s store, and the TV in there shows Parker O’Neil saying she’s never going skiing again. Chad asks if Crowley is “like Jason Voorhees or something?,” and refers to the town of Glen Echo and a man called Leslie Vernon. The Jack Chop is from Green’s short film of the same name, while Parker O’Neil is from his film Frozen. The reference to Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th series can easily be interpreted as to a real slasher. The town of Glen Echo and Leslie Vernon are from the film Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, which I wrote about in a previous post. Further bolstering the inclusion of the Hatchet series in the CU is a later battle between Crowley and Cassie Hack and Vlad of Hack/Slash fame.
The Crossover UniverseTM is a companion blog to the books Crossovers: A Secret Chronology of the World Volumes 1-2 by Win Scott Eckert, and the forthcoming Crossovers Expanded Volumes 1-2 by Sean Levin. Material excerpted from Crossovers Volumes 1 & 2 is © copyright 2010-2014 by Win Scott Eckert. All rights reserved. Material excerpted from Crossovers Expanded Volumes 1 & 2 is © copyright 2014-present by Sean Levin. All rights reserved.
Friday, August 7, 2015
Crossover Movie Poster: Hatchet II
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I've never seen it, but I take it that's not the Disney film titled Frozen? :-PReplyDelete
I hope no one ever picked up the wrong movie for their kids by mistake ;)Delete