Writing the latest entry in the Chainsaw
saga, which has wildly steered all over the map in regards to characters, is Stephen Susco (The Grudge
already on a bad note
"What we're going to do with it is bring it to 2010,"
says Burg. "Make it current day and come up with a new story that takes some of the basic plot points, if you will, and make it a current day [COLOR=white ! important][COLOR=white ! important]movie[/color][/color]. I don't want to make another Chainsaw in the '70s, that doesn't thrill me."
It's a 'what if?' It's 35 years later, there's a relative going back. Why is he going back? I don't want to set it in a dusty town. How do we make it more urban but keep that feel. There will be some relatives, some new people. There's still the subtext of 'are they eating these people?' The whole idea of cannibalism, we're bringing it back
The new Massacre
will take place in 3-D.
I of course like the idea of 3D but I can only sense a terrible movie from what they described so far