Theatrical Release Date: TBC
Home Ent. Release Date: 21 Sep 2008
First he gave us Krug Still and his gang of sadistic, murdering outlaws in the notorious Last House On The Left, which still remains censored in the U.K. Not long after he introduced us to Pluto and his family of desert dwelling cannibals in the horror classic The Hills Have Eyes. During the eighties he slashed his way across Hollywood with the creation of one of the most unforgettable horror characters to ever appear on film: Freddy Kruger in A Nightmare On Elm Street. As the eighties came to a close and a new decade loomed on the horizon, horror movie legend Wes Craven felt the need to bring another one of his gruesome legends into existence. His name was Horace Pinker, a psychotic TV repairman sentenced to death for a series of sick and twisted murders. But it’s after his execution by the electric chair that the real trouble starts. Having made a deal with the devil before his death Horace Pinker has now transformed into an evil energy source capable of travelling through electrical currents and creeping out of TV sets to hack small town America into tiny, little pieces.