Midnight Movie by Tobe Hooper, Alan Goldsher
By Tobe Hooper, Alan Goldsher
The excellent news: Director Tobe Hooper has been invited to talk at a screening of future exhibit, a film he wrote and directed as undefined, yet that hasn’t noticeable the sunshine of day in decades. And Hooper’s enthusiasts are ecstatic. The undesirable information: future Express proves to be a killer . . . actually. because the dying toll mounts, Tobe embarks on a determined trip to appreciate the film’s thirty-year-old origins—and placed an finish to the unusual epidemic his construction has set in motion. Featuring the phobia, humor, and sly documentary type Hooper devotees be mindful from such classics because the Texas Chainsaw bloodbath, middle of the night motion picture is classic Tobe Hooper, back demonstrating the director’s position as one of many godfathers of contemporary horror.