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Why 2022’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre Reboot Could Save The Series
2022 will see the beloved horror franchise Texas Chainsaw Massacre return yet again, but this reboot has a secret weapon that could save the series. Almost every major horror franchise has been rebooted in recent years, but few have as long and messy a history as the Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise can still be salvaged if the creators return to the fast-paced, unrelenting thrills of the 1974 original. However, even original director/Salem’s Lot helmer Tobe Hooper himself could not recapture this punchy, chilling atmosphere in his own sequel, 1986’s disappointing Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. Since the original creator of the franchise failed to find the right balance in his belated follow-up, it may be too much to expect 2022’s reboot to nail Texas Chainsaw Massacre’s elusive appeal.
However, if anyone can manage this feat, it is Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2022’s secret weapon, story writer Fede Alvarez.
Cocktail trends to watch in 2022
From reduced-alcohol serves and bottled cocktails becoming more popular to retro drinks regaining traction, and a focus on food, the cocktail scene around the world is set to see new patterns this year. As we enter a new year, with it comes a new set of forecasts for the bar world in the next 12 months. As the industry continued to deal with the impact of a global pandemic, new consumer behaviours also came to light as drinkers returned to bars and ramped up their at-home cocktail-making skills.
Looking at 2022, there are a number of trends set to make waves in the bar sector, including low-and-no products, a focus on food and the return of retro serves