Local Boogeyman knows there’s road kill all over Texas. You see, over here the saw is family, and just counting skulls, I’d say we’re looking at 40 to 50 bodies… Jesus. This is fucked.
Having bought the rights to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre slasher franchise from The Cannon Group, New Line Cinema, “the house that Freddy built”, began production on a new sequel with the intention of “going back to hard-core horror”. Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III attempts to bring back the franchise to its unhinged roots, where the saw is family and dire situations lead to viscera. If only scriptwriter David J. Schow and director Jeff Burr’s vision had remained intact. “Some tales are told, then soon forgotten… but a legend is forever!”
“The saw is family.”
The buzz is back with Fright-Rags’ The Texas Chainsaw Massacre collection. While Fright-Rags have previously released various apparel dedicated to the 1974 genre-defining classic, this time around they’re showing love to some of the franchise’s sequels.