Netflix’s version of Texas Chainsaw Massacre was slammed by audiences and critics alike, but it seems the service hasn’t thrown in the towel just yet.
Some rumors began to surface behind the scenes that the Netflix would be planning to make two more sequels The Texas Chainsaw Massacresomething that remains unconfirmed until now.
It turns out that a new report by the Bloody Disgusting states that the streaming service discussed sequel possibilities for the film, but did so before its release. According to the website, the Netflix would be willing to continue the franchise if enough subscribers watched the first film.
In its opening week, the film ranked second on the global charts of Netflix, having been viewed for 29.18 million hours in the first few days. This is not a bad number, quite the contrary, but it is the only one released so far.
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please note that The Texas Chainsaw Massacre ended with a post-credits scene, which strongly suggested a sequel. Will the Netflix will you move the sequences forward?
Directed by David Blue Garcia (Tejano), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Leatherface Returns is available in the national catalog of Netflix.
One of the new additions to the list is Olwen Fourére (Mandy), who replaces Marilyn Burns as Sally Hardesty.
Melody, her teenage sister Lila and their friends Dante and Ruth head to the remote town of Harlow, Texas to start a new business venture. The dream soon turns into a nightmare when they accidentally disturb Leatherface’s house.
The crazed serial killer whose blood-soaked legacy continues to haunt the area’s residents – alias, including Sally Hardesty, sole survivor of his infamous 1973 massacre that is hell – bent on seeking revenge.