Netflix’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre Trailer Shows Leatherface’s Return

It’s been almost 50 years since Chainsaw massacre in Texas first introduced Leatherface and his sinister acts. After several sequels and more adaptations, the latest one set to hit Netflix has revealed its first trailer.

Latest Texas Chainsaw Massacre The film will arrive with permission from Legendary Pictures and in the hands of some of modern horror’s most celebrated contributors. Fede Álvarez, director of Dead Devil, Don’t breathe, and The Girl in the Spider’s Web will produce the film and David Blue Garcia will direct.


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Trailer for Netflix’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre immediately set the stage for the return of Leatherface. A young woman crashes her car in a desolate field, give Leatherface a chance to attack. The trailer then shifts to the film’s central setting: the small abandoned town of Harlow. A group of young opportunists arrive hoping to revive a Texas town, but they don’t realize they’re not as alone as they thought. As hopeful young people explore the town, they discover several characters from the previous original Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies, including Leatherface itself. It ends with a rather memorable scene where Leatherface sets his chainsaw to work on a bus full of patrons.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre The trailer features a few familiar characters, but the faces behind them have changed. Leatherface was originally played by Gunnar Hansen, who passed away in 2015. The iconic horror villain will be portrayed by Mark Burnham in the Netflix series. Texas Chainsaw Massacre also features the return of Sally Hardesty, who was originally played by Marilyn Burns. Burns’ character was the only surviving member of the original Leatherface massacre, but she passed away in 2014. The role has been recast and Olwen Fouéré will play Hardesty.

John Larroquette lent his voice to latest Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie. Before that, he narrated the original film in 1974 and the remake by Marcus Nispel in 2003. Other members of the cast include Elsie Fisher, Jacob Latimore, Sarah Yarkin, Nell Hudson, Sam Douglas, Moe Dunford and Alice Krige.

The latest adaptation of Texas Chainsaw Massacre seems to follow a similar way to Halloween and Screaming Franchising. Halloween, coming to an end with its last film, titled Halloween is over, has the same killer mostly hunting the same victim. Michael Myers is much older and while Leatherface has been reprised for this film, he seems to have aged considerably compared to the original film. While Screaming has changed its killer, the series’ recent revival has been relatively well received with its incorporation of the original cast and a host of new faces. If Texas Chainsaw Massacre managed to get a similar response, there are likely to be more installments of the iconic horror series to come.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre arrives on Netflix on February 18, 2022.

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