There Was a Test Screening for the New TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE Movie [Video]
Mr. H got the scoop on a recent test screening of the new TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE!
Regular readers of Dread Central know that we’re huge fans of the video essays produced by UK film critic and academic, Mr. H. Not only does he report news, but he’s also a reliable source for information when it comes to rumors and theories regarding our favorite horror movies. In his latest video, Mr. H reports that there has been a test screening of the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie.
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Produced by Fede Alvarez, Texas Chainsaw Massacre is slated for release sometime in 2021. David Blue Garcia directs the new film from a screenplay written by Chris Thomas Devlin. Elsie Fisher stars along with Sarah Yarkin, Moe Dunford, and Alice Krige. Jacob Latimore joins with Nell Hudson, Jessica Allain, Sam Douglas, William Hope, and also Jolyon Coy.
Olwen Fouéré (Mandy, Sea Fever) takes over the role of original Sally and Mark Burnham (Lowlife) plays the new Leatherface.
So how did the test audience react to the film? Well, not great. But before you throw your hands up in despair, it’s important to remember that test screenings are a normal part of the post-production process. Producers use feedback to fine-tune the final product, taking viewer feedback into consideration. So the issues the test audience reported could likely be remedied before Texas Chainsaw Massacre gets its official release.
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Basically, take it all with a grain of salt. And, perhaps most importantly, remember that you have the right to your own unique opinion, no matter what others have previously stated.
With that in mind, check out Mr. H’s recap of the test screening for the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre below.
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