We lost another horror master in August 2017 when Tobe Hooper left this mortal coil.
Hooper was a complicated artist, and in this episode, I talk about my appreciation of the man who gave us the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Poltergeist.
There were varied opinions of the contributions of Tobe Hooper, but I think he was an inspired, surreal filmmaker whose contributions to horror can never be underestimated.
I hope you enjoy the episode.
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Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
Eaten Alive (1976)
Salem’s Lot (1979)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Part 2 (1986)
Toolbox Murders (2004)
Masters of Horror: ‘Dance of the Dead’ (2005)
Masters of Horror: ‘The Damned Thing’ (2006)