If you're a fan of the Leprechaun series, this entry will offend you. If you're not, then it will bore you.
It has no connection with the series, so this was undoubtedly just a marketing ploy, as without that title, this would disappear in the pile of generic monster movies very quickly.
Once you forget about the title, this is a generic cabin/woods/young adults/monster tale. The monster design is terrible, although if I had to find a positive, the movie…
This could have been a good survival horror film. The overall premise & setup is interesting, but unfortunately the cringe-filled dialogue and below par acting soon rear their ugly heads.
There's a decent amount of gore & practical effects on display but sadly it is not enough to rescue Chemical Peel.
Sadly, after a very fun horror/comedy series of films - this is easily the worst of them all.
Hatchet movies were never supposed to be serious, but this goes into ridiculous territory. Good comedy has been replaced by absurd characters & dialogue and set pieces that look like they came off a cheap TV show.
Lots of practical effects is the only plus, but the death scenes are just downright silly. The kills in the Hatchet films (especially the first) were…