Texas Chainsaw Massacre still remains an icon of cinematic horror. IMHO, it remains one of the most terrifying films ever made. Now you can see what it was like behind the scenes.
Filmmaker Christopher P. Garetano’s SOUTH TEXAS BLUES is based on the shocking true tales from the making of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. And before you watch it, you can read it; can you say graphic novel?
The South Texas Blues graphic novel was written by Garetano and illustrated by Trevor Cook with cover art by Steve Bissette.
Icons of Fright:
How was it actually created? What madness led to the terror that was burned on film?
SOUTH TEXAS BLUES is based on the true story of the making of one of the most infamous horror films of all time. During the summer of 1973, a small inexperienced crew of independent filmmakers went to war, unaware of the legend they were creating . South Texas Blues is the story of “Tobe” and the crew of Saturn In Retrograde. Told through the twisted mind of “Tobe” South Texas Blues is a trip down the dark road of one man’s obsession.