The Texas Chainsaw Massacre made its debut in 1974. Nearly 50 years later and the horror franchise is as relevant as ever, proving so with its first NFT collection. The film's creator Kim Henkel has partnered with Ultra Rare to let the chainsaw-wielding maniac loose on the Ethereum blockchain with the Leatherfaces NFT. The project features 10,666 unique avatars of the legendary villain created by artist Skinner. Along with the illustrations, members will also have access to an exclusive family with members-only benefits, ranging from community events and limited edition merchandise to rare memorabilia and screenings with the film's creator. On October 31, 2021, 666 Mint Passes will drop with pre-sale access, a swag pack, and future perks, while the Main Sale will follow on November 13.