CB: There are two ways to make a successful horror film. The first is to go as dark and scary as possible; have the film draw the viewers on to the edge of their seats and even if you can’t make them scream, have the experience living in their nightmares. The second is to embrace how far the genre can stretch reality and then just have fun with it. While it may seem that one is a bit more complex than the other, if done properly, you can yield The Exorcist or Evil Dead II. For Hatchet II writer/director Adam Green has chosen option B, covered it with a thousand gallons of fake blood, and created something that every gorehound the world over will love.