Leatherface might be in his 80s, but with his older age comes an increased appetite for destruction. Recently, Netflix released its new Texas Chainsaw Massacre film which serves as a legacy sequel to the 1974 original by director Tobe Hooper. There are many similarities between this new version and the classic movie, but one of the most noticeable differences would be the levels of violence. While the first Texas Chainsaw Massacre got by with prioritizing dread and suspense over outright gore and a high body count, Leatherface couldn’t seem to get enough victims in the new movie.
Fede Alvarez opened up on why Leatherface is more vicious than ever in the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed