Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Texas Chainsaw Never Dies

Very rare publicity images and lobby cards from the granddaddy of all modern horror films.

Reproduced in Creepy Images magazine, these gems remind us why the original is not to be trifled with.

I recently caught the trailer for the new Texas Chainsaw 3-D and I wasn't impressed at all. It's such an obvious grab for 3-D cash and insults the original.

I'm not totally against intelligently expanding on the Texas mythology, but most Texas films just re-make the original or totally boob up the original's tone. I'm looking at you, Texas 2, you cunt!

"Evil wears many faces"! Yes, and it's called greed.

Creepy Images is a superb digest-sized magazine that reproduces ultra-rare lobby cards and posters from around the world.

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1 comment:

  1. Theres no question that almost 40 years on, the final shot from "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" is still one of the most unnerving images in the entire history of cinema.