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Prepare yourself for a level of fear like you've never experienced before! From filmmaker Michael Bay (Pearl Harbor, Bad Boys II) and starring Jessica Biel ("7th Heaven") comes one of this year's most hardcore and terrifying film. You've been warned.]]>
Disc 2 offers a feature-length documentary, chronicling the production process from start to finish; it's somewhat redundant with the commentaries (which were culled from the same interviews), but it's informative, revealing (especially in showing the long-term collaboration between Nispel and cinematographer Daniel Pearl, who shot the original Chainsaw), and occasionally quite funny (as when actor Eric Balfour strips naked before exiting the set on his final day of shooting). Much more disturbing, but equally fascinating, is the graphically explicit documentary about Wisconsin serial killer Ed Gein, the real-life inspiration for Psycho's Norman Bates, The Silence of the Lambs' Hannibal Lecter, and Chainsaw's Leatherface. (This is grisly stuff, folks, so keep the kids away.) The remaining features are typical Platinum fodder--trailers, screen tests, a DVD-ROM storyboard viewer, etc.--but the deleted scenes are (in this case) worth a look, if only to hear an interesting anecdote about Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, and to confirm that Nispel originally went farther with gore before trimming for an R rating. All in all, these are great supplements to a film that, to everyone's surprise, is every bit as terrifying as its celebrated predecessor. --Jeff Shannon
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is cringe worthy reboot to the 1974 slasher film that started it all. Another staple of my summer of 2013, it made the horror remake boom possible in... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jamie Moore
Well done movie.
Better than the original.
The serial murders of Ed Gein inspired several movies including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, making the film a graphic depiction of Antisocial Personality Disorder. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rosanne Tobia
Still my favorite Texas Chainsaw movie. Jessica Biel is so awesome!!Published 2 months ago by Leslie Smith
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1st things 1st: My Bloody Valentine 3D was just dreadful. If we're talking plot, it's plot was very predictable. If we're talking horror, I don't see it. TCM'03 was light years better than MBV3D. BTW, the original My Bloody Valentine uncut is on my top 10 list.
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Mar 1, 2011 by Lance Lust | See all 13 posts
I was wondering the same thing, since I actually like the prequel better than the remake.
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