Two Northern Irish brothers are to order a note-as a lot as the cult movie The Texas Chainsaw Bloodbath.
Andy and Ryan Tohill were chosen as directors for what has been described as a „reboot“ of the horror classic.
On his Twitter legend, Andy Tohill confirmed the suggestions, posting: „It be gonna be some hurry!“
The brothers directed their first aim movie in Northern Ireland, The Dig, in 2017.
The Texas Chainsaw Bloodbath became made in 1974 and has change into for sure one of basically the most influential horror movies of all time.
It tells the story of a community of chums who dart into the dwelling of a family of cannibals.
Its most notorious persona became the chainsaw wielding killer, Leatherface.
It became initially banned in the UK by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) who refused to misfortune it with an X certificates in 1975.
It became released on video in 1981, however did now not receive a proper 18 certificates for cinema originate in the UK unless 1999, 25 years after it became made.
Nonetheless, it is now recognised by critics as for sure one of the most finest horror movies ever.
It furthermore led to a different of sequels however, in response to the movie magazine Selection, the Tohills version will in all probability be a „reboot“ of the movie even though accurate residing tiny print beget now not been revealed.
Andy and Ryan Tohill beget worked in the TV and movie industry in Northern Ireland for a different of years.
Andy is a movie studies graduate from Queen’s University, while Ryan has a visible arts stage from Ulster University.
The Dig became awarded the title of Easiest Film at the 2018 Galway Film Fleadh and became furthermore shown at the Toronto Worldwide Film Festival.
Described by some critics as an „Ulster western“, it informed the story of a convicted murderer forced to help gaze for his sufferer’s physique.
It became shot in the nation-suppose round Ballymena.
The Guardian known as it a „anxious thriller“, while the Irish Times known as it „a classic western movie region on an Irish toilet.“
The Dig became developed by Northern Ireland Show’s New Talent Point of curiosity scheme which targets to bring a debut aim by a Northern Irish writing, directing and producing team every 300 and sixty five days.
NI Show provides pattern funding and manufacturing funding of as a lot as £226,000 in the direction of movies in the scheme.
Other movies funded by the New Talent scheme encompass A Bump Alongside the Manner, which premiered in 2019, A Sinful Day for the Gash and The Survivalist.