Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
Four friends on a road trip get into a car accident. The deranged sheriff arrests them and brings them to his house of sadistic and insane cannibals in a trip of horror and gore.
Copyright © 2006 New Line Productions, Inc.
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Bloody gore fest retreads old gruesome ground.
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aw man i would go to every show Dane Cook does for 2009 to sleep with Jordana Brewster
- LoughnerWasLucid, Saturday, January 15, 2011
Extremely violent sequel to the remake. Much more extreme this time around. The sheriff plays a more serious, demented role in this one. This is one fu*ked up movie. One of the most violent mainstream rated "R" films to come out in quite some time. Again, this one is highly entertaining. Great performances and great direction. A solid and gory frightfest. Highly recommended. (watch the UNRATED version)
- creepfreak, Friday, August 13, 2010
img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/user/icons/icon13.gif/img] I'll start by saying this is not a film in any meaning of the word it's just a studio milking one of the easiest cow's to milk for cash in the history of horror cinema. So here's the making of: A bunch of bank managers got together and stripped a classic horror film a.k.a "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (almost) entirely of it's pride. They then decided after stealing 51 million dollars with a remake that they wanted more. So they then took a classic movie with an inspired story and made a pointless prequel with a storyline probably made up on the spot. This so called storyline was the back story of one of the most iconic and terrifying horror characters in history and destroyed his reputation by explaining why he is, the way that he is, and why he brutally murders people with a chainsaw. Is that in any way scary? Hell no.
- aquateen2, Wednesday, October 3, 2012