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Terrifier 3 Story Details Confirm Two Characters Will Return

Damien Leone had previously confirmed that “Terrifier 3” will begin right where “Terrifier 2” left off. Without any time wasted, it makes sense Sienna and Chris Jericho’s psychiatrist would still be around. Leone elaborated on what fans can expect story-wise from the sequel, “This one is going to pick up where Part 2 left off, in the insane asylum, so, you’re going to see what transpires there, what mayhem unfolds, because seeing how Art and Victoria [played by Samantha Scaffidi] ended up, is so insane, and seeing how they get out of that situation and what happens next is going to be really wild.”

While some cast members remain the same, the budget is one of the most significant changes coming to “Terrifier 3” . Leone mentions how they’re getting a couple of million dollars for the new horror film, substantially more extensive than what he’s received in the past. And while a good portion of that will go toward the gory effects, Leone also wants to compensate those who have been around a while, “We definitely want to take care of cast members, especially the ones coming back.”

“Terrifier 2” earned a reputation for its sadistic carnage, and by the sound of it, the team wants to push boundaries even further. For Lauren Lavera, it’s also an opportunity to flesh Sienna out further, whose mental state will undoubtedly be in a precarious state for “Terrifier 3.” Fans can see Sienna and the psychiatrist come back (and hopefully survive) when “Terrifier 3” comes out on October 25, 2024.

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