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AMC slashes unrated “Hatchet II” from its theater screens

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Did you manage to see “Hatchet II” in theaters? Because you probably missed your opportunity. “We woke up this morning and the movie was gone,” director Adam Green told EW.com, explaining that AMC Theaters yanked the unrated horror sequel days after it was released to a fair amount[...]

“Hatchet” director scores unrated victory for horror filmmakers

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Rarely do you hear of a major movie theater chain bending the rules to make room for an unrated film to screen. Most companies, be it Regal or AMC, would prefer to program safer, crowd-friendlier fare like a Pixar feature of a Ben Stiller “Museum” comedy rather[...]