More Than “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”: Stephen King Joins “X”.

The slasher “X” can be aptly described as “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” with more sex, but it is also similarly successful as the horror classic from 1979. This is not only proven by the reviews, but also by the praise from horror master Stephen King.

Apparently, a real horror highlight is ahead of us: “ X ” celebrated its premiere at the South By Southwest (SXSW) festival and then also in American cinemas, and so far the horror film has almost exclusively received strong reviews. And if the voices of fans and the trade press are not convincing, the praise from horror Pope Stephen King himself, who was also enthusiastic about “X”, maybe convincing.

More Than Texas Chainsaw Massacre Stephen King Joins X.

“’X’ is an extremely good horror film. Creepy, clever, knowing. Oh. And entertaining,” King wrote on Twitter.

In addition to the currently 96 percent positive reviews at Rotten Tomatoes (average rating 7.8 out of 10 in 142 counted reviews) and the meta score of 78 out of 100 points (27 reviews), which is not only very good for a horror film, there is now this praise from King, who in the past has taken sides for films and series that are close to his heart.

“X”: First Fantasy Filmfest, Then Theatrical Release

It will be a little longer before we see “X” in Germany, but at least at one festival the slasher by director Ti West (“The Innkeepers”, “The House Of The Devil”) will start next week: “X” opens the Fantasy Filmfest Nights and can therefore be seen on March 31, 2022, in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Munich and on April 7 in Berlin, Nuremberg and Stuttgart.

If you don’t live in one of these cities and the journey is too far for you, don’t worry: “X” will then also start regularly in cinemas, namely on May 5, 2022. So you’ll have to wait a little longer until then.

X | The Plot

1979 Texas: director RJ ( Owen Campbell ), producer Wayne ( Martin Henderson ), cast members Maxine ( Mia Goth ) and Bobby-Lynne ( Brittany Snow ), cast members Jackson ( Scott Mescudi ) and RJ’s friend Lorraine ( Jenna Ortega ). looking for a suitable location for a porn shoot.

They end up on the farm of elderly couple Howard ( Stephen Ure ) and Pearl (also Mia Goth), who, although they welcome the group, is also strange and hostile towards them – especially since they are unaware that there is porn in their guest house should be rotated.

So it comes as it must and a bloodbath breaks out on the remote farm.

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