DO NOT OPEN THAT DOOR: HERE IS THE POSTER OF THE NEW CHAPTER OF THE SAGA

Netflix has released the poster of Don’t Open That Door.

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the new chapter of the famous horror saga coming to the streaming platform on February 18th. Produced by the director of La casa , Fede Álvarez , and his partner Rodo Sayagues ( Man in the Dark – Man in The Dark ), the film is directed by David Blue Garcia ( Tejano ) and represents yet another attempt to make a sequel. directed of the first, unforgettable classic by Tobe Hooper .

Leatherface is alive

Álvarez explained how the new film will relate to the original and how it will bring back Leatherface:

He is practically the same character, who is still alive. Our idea was that this guy was gone after everything he had done. How do you catch a masked dude? Once he has taken off his mask and escaped, it will be very easy for him to hide somewhere. This story will take place many, many years after the original story. He’s been in hiding for a long time, and he’s trying to be good. Some people arriving in the town where he lives will awaken the giant.

The plot

Melody (Sarah Yarkin) and young sister Lila (Elsie Fisher) travel with friends Dante (Jacob Latimore) and Ruth (Nell Hudson) to the remote town of Harlow, Texas, to start a new and visionary business venture. But their dream turns into a nightmare when they unwittingly disturb Leather Face, the deranged serial killer who continues to haunt the inhabitants of the area with his legacy of blood. Among them is Sally Hardesty (Olwen Fouéré), the only survivor of the infamous 1973 massacre who is determined to get revenge.

The new protagonists

Texas Chainsaw Massacre is written by Chris Thomas Devlin and was shot in Bulgaria. Filming began in the summer of 2020 with Northern Irish rookie duo Andy and Ryan Tohill directing, before Garcia replaced them due to creative differences. The cast includes Sarah Yarkin, Elsie Fisher, Nell Hudson and Jacob Latimore , as a group of friends who traditionally make the mistake of straying too far from the big city. Mark Burnham plays Leatherface.