Bloody Disgusting has reported that Fede Alvarez; who directed the 2013 remake of Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead as well as 2016 hit horror Don’t Breathe will produce a new film in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. It is not yet known who will write or direct this new film and Fede is attached only to produce at the moment.
Here at Indie Mac User we are remembering the stars who have passed away this year.
Ben E. Woolf (September 15, 1980 – February 23, 2015) was an American film and television actor best known for his recurring role as Meep on the television series American Horror Story – Freak Show.
Horror Month – June 2015
We spoke to horror icon R. A. Mihailoff who is best known for playing the iconic character of Leatherface in Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III. He has also appeared in films such as Drive, Hatchet II & Pumpkinhead II.
“I think that the best villains don’t intentionally set out to be evil per se, if they believe that their cause is just then their actions are justified. Leatherface certainly falls under this category.”
Written by Lewis Mainwaring
Tagged lined ‘The Buzz is Back’ this second installment of the franchise sees the Sawyer clan relocated from their family home and on a killing spree in an abandoned amusement park.
The original film poster is a parody of the 1985 film The Breakfast Club.
Chainsaw-wielding maniac Leatherface (Bill Johnson) is up to his cannibalistic ways once again, along with the rest of his twisted clan, including the equally disturbed Chop-Top (Bill Moseley). This time, the masked serial killer has set his sights on pretty disc jockey Vanita “Stretch” Brock (Caroline Williams), who teams up with Texas law-man Lefty Enright (Dennis Hopper) to battle the psychopath and his family deep within their lair.