Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
On one last road trip before they're sent to serve in Vietnam, two friends (Handley and Bomer) and their girlfriends (Baird and Brewster) get into an accident that calls their local sheriff (Ermey)... View more >
strong horror violence/gore, language and some sexual content
Starring Jordana Brewster, Diora Baird, Taylor Handley... View more >
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Three years ago, I ripped the remake of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." Three years later, they made another of the Massacre, this time they tell you how it all began. Only this time, my reaction to the movie is quite different, Sure, there are some blood and gore, if there wren't blood and gore, there wouldn't be a movie. But, despite that,I happen to like "The Beginning." It's more scary than gross out. The origin of Leatherface began when he was born in a meat packing plant, from there he grew up to become a monster going on a murderous rampage, with help from his weird family. Watching the rise of Leatherface, reminds me of the 1931 movie "Frankenstein," when the monster came to life for the first time. Seeing Leatherface walk down the road with a chainsaw is quite scary indeed. I'm unevenly recommending "The Texas Chanisaw Massacre:The Beginning."
Definitely more Gore then the first one!
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