Blast Boston has two free passes to see Adam Green’s “Hatchet II,” at any point you want during the film’s release.

This old-school horror flick is bound to scare you next month. As always, you just need to be a free Blast registered user and leave a comment here.

In your comment, talk about the scariest moment of your life. The best commenter will get BOTH tickets to take a friend/date/mother/etc to the flick.

Synopsis: The follow-up to writer/director Adam Green’s old-school horror smash HATCHET, HATCHET II picks up at the exact moment that the original HATCHET ends, wherein the quiet but hot-tempered Marybeth (Danielle Harris) is in a small boat in the Louisiana swamps, screaming for her life as she tries to free herself from the clutches of the deformed, swamp-dwelling killer Victor Crowley (Kane Hodder). Crowley has murdered Marybeth’s family and other fellow vacationers who had come together on a tourist excursion in the swamplands outside of New Orleans.

Marybeth escapes from Crowley and manages to make it back to civilization, where she once again encounters voodoo shop proprietor Reverend Zombie (Tony Todd), who had helped to arrange Marybeth and company’s earlier, ill-fated tour of the area. To help Marybeth and also serve his own secret agenda, Reverend Zombie recruits a hardened pack of hunters to head back into the swamp to seek revenge on Victor Crowley.

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4 Responses

  1. Kenneth

    The scariest moment in my life is when I fell of my bike going really fast down a steep hill when I was 8, and I was bleeding from my cuts from the fall all over the place.

  2. Yusuf Nasrullah

    My scariest moment was being locked for 18 minutes in the revolving exit door at the British Consulate in Manchester when I had requested a visa extension on my non-American passport (then) and come to collect it out of hours. The service staff had allowed me in with the code I entered, but the electric door stopped/jammed/froze whilst I was midway. Time froze for me! I am mildly claustrophobic but those Plexiglass panes enclosing me for that duration whilst I gasped and hit out was terrifying. Thankfully a security guard on duty saw my flickering shadow on the other side (the glass is soundproof!!!) and was my saviour. Would I have choked to death otherwise???


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