“A real axe to grind”

Films: Hatchet (2006), Hatchet 2 (2010), Hatchet 3 (2013), Victor Crowley (2017)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Swampe/Haunted home/Forest

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: And now we present to you one of the most twisted and violent serial killers out there. A physical manifestation of the absolute bloody mayhem that most slashers are capable of. His name is Victor Crowley, and if there's an absolutely horrible way for you to go, he'll find it.

History: Born deformed and slow-witted, Victor Crowley met an unfortunate demise when some folks launched fireworks into his house. His dad Thomas attempted to save him, but in getting the door open, he accidentally killed his son with his hatchet. Or at least, this is one of the more interesting theories for Victor's existence. With this in mind, Victor has come back as a vengeful ghost to haunt the swamps of New Orleans, inflicting murder and mayhem wherever he goes.

Notable Kills: Holy Hell, we'd be here forever if we were to describe it. Whether it be ripping a person's head in half by the jaws, chainsawing others in half, or even using a belt sander, Victor just loves to go the extra mile with his butchery.

Final Fate: Every time Victor rises, he dies as horribly as he kills. He's been impaled on a pole, gotten his head destroyed by a hatchet, melted after getting his father's ashes all over him, and thrust into a rotary fan. But he keeps coming back. Victor just can't seem to die. But then again, neither can Marybeth Dunston, who almost always inflicts the final blow on him.

Powers/Abilities: Victor has amazing resiliance, and simply cannot die, always coming back for more.

Weakness: Anything conventional, though showering him in his father's ashes, a remnant of what he's angry at the most, works just as well.

Scariness Factor: 5-Victor is everything we fear about serial killers and then some. He can recover from getting reduced to pieces, has no qualms about murdering anyone, and has some of the most brutal kills in all of slasher cinema. Also, he's just really ugly, so that's a bust. Bottom line, if you know what's good for you, DON'T go near the uncharted New Orleans swamps...

Trivia: -Victor was played in all films by Kane Hodder, a master of playing serial killers in film, such as Jason Voorhees (five times in fact), Leatherface in one of his sequels, and Freddy Krueger's glove in "Jason Goes to Hell". He's also Victor's father in the franchise.

-The first film was known as "Love Rodeo" in order to conceal the set and what the film was actually about.

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A butcher of his own kin.

Still going through the mourning process?

Twice the metal, double the fall.

THRICE the metal, THRICE the fall!

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"Let me guess. I should have quit while I was ahead?"

I've been thinking of that, but he keeps ripping them apart at breakneck speed.

After everything we throw at him? No.

Swamp of the Rubber-faced Man

As if we'd spare you his deeds in the sequel?

No use for a toe-tag, really.

They burned down daddy's cabin. Well, they're all deader than dead.
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