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Director Shares Never-Before-Seen Pic of Deleted Scene From Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

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One of my favorite horror-comedies of the past few decades has been Scott Glosserman’s found footage flick Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon.

If you’re like me and find the film to be an utter delight from wall-to-meta-wall, then you’ll know the film originally featured a wrap-around involving the surviving members of the documentary team standing trial for their participation in Vernon’s rampage.

For years this was merely a bit of horror legend, but today we have proof the scenes were shot as director Scott Glosserman shared a rare pic on Facebook over the weekend.

In the post, Glosserman wrote: “Yes, in response to recent inquiries, there was an ill-fated courtroom scene. Here’s proof in a never-before-seen production still, shot 11/28/04 – seems like yesterday…”

You can check out the pic at the top right of this post and then make sure to hit us up and let us know what you think of this deleted scene below!

The film was directed by Scott Glosserman from a script he co-wrote with David J. Stieve and starred Nathan Baesel, Angela Goethals, Robert Englund, Scott Wilson, and Zelda Rubinstein.

Synopsis:

Nice, normal-looking Leslie Vernon (Nathan Baesel) has an obsession with movie-style slashers like Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger. Leslie decides to follow in the footsteps of his heroes, and, ever the self-promoter, invites a documentary filmmaker (Angela Goethals) and her crew to follow him around as he constructs his own grisly legacy.

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