Jonas and Martha must decide whether to go on struggling perpetually, or to stop everything, once and for all.
Old Helge tries to stop himself, 33 years ago. Noah enacts more of his plan. Jonas discovers one more terrifying truth.
Ulrich finds himself in a predicament with police. Hannah has other secrets from ’86.
Jonas navigates 1986. Ulrich investigates Helge, as Charlotte begins wondering about her father-in-law, too.
Ulrich discovers life shattering secrets from his past. Jonas searches the caves using maps left by his father.
Events from 1986 and 2019 intertwine, as Mikkel is perpetually lost in the past.
Charlotte investigates unofficially, and discovers more about her husband. Helge’s connection to the past emerges more.
In ’86, little Mikkel is lost without any idea of how to get home, as strange events similar to those later in 2019 are happening.
After another missing child is found, dead, the town begins unravelling. Ulrich searches for secrets in the nuclear plant.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. 1986. Directed by Tobe Hooper. Screenplay by L.M. Kit Carson. Starring Dennis Hopper, Caroline Williams, Jim Siedow, Bill Moseley, Bill Johnson, Ken Evert, James N. Harrell, Lou Perryman, & Chris Douridas. Cannon Films/Golan-Globus Productions. Rated R. 101 minutes. Comedy/Horror ★★★1/2 Horror sequels are often unduly shit on. Many, in myContinue reading “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2: Dark Comedy and the Repression of Leatherface”
Psycho III. 1986. Dir. Anthony Perkins. Screenplay by Charles Edward Pogue; based on characters by Robert Bloch. Starring Anthony Perkins, Diana Scarwid, Jeff Fahey, Roberta Maxwell, Hugh Gillin, and Lee Garlington. Universal Pictures. Rated 18+. 93 minutes. Horror/Mystery/Thriller ★★★★ If you haven’t yet – read my Blu ray review for Alfred Hitchcock’s original 1960 classic Psycho.Continue reading “Psycho III: Norman, Still Crazy After All These Years”