Chain­saw slasher from ’70s to screen in Lake Worth

Fully re­stored ‘Texas Chain­saw Mas­sacre’ will be shown Aug. 7.

The Palm Beach Post - - BUSINESS - By Staci Stur­rock Palm Beach Post Staff Writer sstur­rock@pb­ Twit­ter: @StaciS­tur­rock

Long be­fore chain­saw­tot­ing ma­ni­acs be­came a sta­ple of Hal­loween haunted houses, Leatherface was tor­tur­ing poor Sally and Franklin Hardesty in 1974’s “Texas Chain­saw Mas­sacre.”

Lo­cal film buffs will get a chance to see Tobe Hooper’s con­tro­ver­sial slasher flick the way it was meant to be seen — with a scream­ing au­di­ence shar­ing in the terror — when Mor­bid Movies screens the fully re­stored “Texas Chain­saw Mas­sacre” at 9:30 p.m. Aug. 7 at the Movies of Lake Worth.

This will mark the third event in the group’s Palm Beach County Grind­house Se­ries.

In April, Mor­bid Movies showed Kinji Fukasaku’s “Bat­tle Royale,” fol­lowed by a June screen­ing of Sam Raimi’s “Evil Dead 2.” Or­ga­niz­ers say the cult-movie se­ries will be­come a monthly event this fall.

“Chain­saw” tick­ets are $10. Movies of Lake Worth is at 7380 Lake Worth Road and can be reached at 561-968-4545.

For more in­for­ma­tion about Mor­bid Movies, visit mor­bid­


Leatherface will be on the loose in Lake Worth for one night in Au­gust.

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