Director John Luessenhop's upcoming Texas Chainsaw 3D is meant to serve as a continuation of director Tobe Hooper's original 1974 classic horror movie The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Those handsome fellows over at Shock Till You Drop have the first photo from this upcoming splatter fest, which proves the theory that we are getting a Grade A, All-American, beefy Leatherface in this anticipated thriller. Check it out as our hero makes his way to the meat shed!
Texas Chainsaw 3D was released January 4th, 2013.Read More
The trailer for horror drama Djinn from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre writer Tobe Hooper has come online, courtesy of MovieSushi. Check out the trailer below!
Shot in the United Arab Emirates, Djinn centers on a couple who return from a trip to the US to discover that their apartment is haunted by a malevolent being. There were rumors that distributor Imagenation Abu Dhabi was going to shelf the film for being "politically subversive", but now it looks like it's on track to be released this year.Read More
The Master of Horror -- Tobe Hooper -- the director behind the legendary classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well as the three-time Academy Award-nominated, Steven Spielberg-produced Poltergeist, will helm Imagenation Abu Dhabi's Arabian horror film Djinn. Penned by U.S writer David Tully (Hepzibah), this unique new take on the haunted house thriller uncovers the dark truth behind classic fairytales of the Genie. Djinn tells the nightmarish story of a young Emirati couple who return home from the U.S. and discover that their new apartment in a luxury high-rise built on the site of an abandoned fishing village is also home to the malevolent beings known as Djinn.
Djinn, which was announced at this year's Cannes Film Festival, is scheduled to begin shooting in the UAE March 20th. Emirati director Nayla Al Khaja, behind the short films Once, Arabana, and Malal (premiering at the Dubai International Film Festival this month), will work as a cultural consultant on Djinn. Khaja will shadow Hooper on the set and train with him in preparation to helm her first feature length horror film.Read More