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Exclusive Interview: Adam Green and Joe Lynch talk Holliston

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Kristian brought readers an exclusive interview with Adam Green during the San Diego Comic Con and he recently had a chance to talk to Adam Green and Joe Lynch once again during their promotion of Holliston‘s Season 1 Blu-ray/DVD release. Not only did he learn about some of their favorite moments from the first season, but what we can expect from season 2. They also shared some interesting stories about encounters with crazy fans at horror events:

What would you say was your favorite episode from the first season?

Adam Green: It is really hard to pick. My favorite episode from a writing standpoint has to be the 3rd episode, because it is the most unique episode out of the entire season. It was the episode where Joe and I got trapped into the bathtub together. It’s challenging in a number of ways because you don’t have
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Blu-Ray Review: Adam Green’s ‘Hatchet’ Continues to Divide Audiences

Chicago – Is Adam Green the next great horror director? There are many fans of the genre who love to make the case of the current-and-future importance of Green, pointing to films like “Frozen,” “Spiral,” and, most of all, “Hatchet” as their evidence. To some, including this horror junkie, the jury is still out. Watching Green’s breakthrough film, now available on Blu-ray, it’s easy to see what people adore about Green and what he still needs to work on.

Blu-Ray Rating: 3.5/5.0

Horror fans love filmmakers who express the passion they feel for the genre and there’s no denying Adam Green’s commitment to scream queens, slasher icons, and glorious gore. It comes through in every frame of the tale of Victor Crowley, a maniacal creation that wanders the swamps of New Orleans looking for hapless victims to eviscerate. Co-starring Joel David Moore (“Avatar”) and featuring cameos from horror icons Tony Todd,
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Contest: Win Hatchet Blu-ray Today

Hatchet will make its debut on Blu-ray on September 7 and you know we just have to celebrate this horror classic from director Adam Green. We have a brand new contest running and we're giving away this new Blu-ray disc to our readers. You know these high-def discs will go fast so enter this new giveaway today.

Winners Receive:

Hatchet Blu-ray

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Adam Green's Hatchet is a return to the good ol' days of horror, when scares weren't computer-generated, when gallons of fake blood were splashed on trees, when men were men (until things got scary, at which point they squealed like little girls), women were scantily clad,
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The Blu-Ray Extras on Adam Green's Hatchet

Hatchet DVD PosterThe Blu-Ray special features for Adam Green's (Frozen) Hatchet have been revealed. The Blu-Ray moves to stores September 7th and many of the extras on the DVD of the film will be carried over to the Blu-Ray disc. The Blu-Ray will be available on Dolby True HD 5.1 Surround Sound and Green will give his thoughts on the shoot along with star Kane Hodder (Dead Noon, Horror). Some other highlights included are a making of featurette entitled "The Making of Hatchet" and a short clip called "Guts and Gore," which will show off some of the special effects from the production. Dread Central's Johnny Butane has described the film as "a very well done slasher film." So, have a look inside at all the features included and the film's trailer below until the Blu-Ray is available on store shelves

The synopsis for Hatchet here:

"A motley crew of
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The Hatchet Q & A from the Cinefamily Screening

On Thursday October 29th, as a special Halloween surprise, Hatchet was added last minute as part of a triple feature to Slasherpalooza, an event sponsored by Bloody-Disgusting which took place at The Cinefamily (aka the Silent Movie Theater) here in Los Angeles, California. On hand for a post-screening Q & A was writer/director Adam Green, stars Tamara Feldman (Mary Beth), Joleigh Fioravanti (Jenna) and composer Andy Garfield. The following is a transcription of the entire Q & A, which was moderated by Marcus Dunstan, screenwriter of the Feast films, as well as Saw IV , Saw V and Saw VI . Marcus Dunstan: In honor of Halloween, this is a two part question. Firstly, what is your favorite horror movie? And second question is a little more layered. Why do you love the...
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