I have to admit, I must be one of the very few people that actually enjoyed the 2003 remake of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre".
Personally I thought it was scary as hell, and whenever I see the fingernail against the wall scene…… ewwwwwwww.
That being said, I still love the original, and I know only too well what happened when they started churning out sequels, so I’m not thrilled at the prequel idea that’s being thrown around at the moment.
Brad Fuller, who executive produced the 2003 version, and is currently hard at work on "The Amityville Horror" (I’m sensing a trend here) spoke with Zap 2 It and let loose a few nuggets about what we can expect should it get that far:
‘"It won’t have any of the young actors from the first (like Jessica Biehl), this is a prequel," Fuller smiles wickedly. "But there will be a group of teen and young adults in their 20s who make an unfortunate decision to end up in this town."
In creating the prequel to "Massacre," the team hopes to explain the story of the murderous family. "The old man had no legs, we hope to answer questions about that," Fuller explains. "We hope that you’d eventually be able to watch the two movies together and it will explain a lot of questions that were unanswered." ‘
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– Adam Weeks.