Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III
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Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (DVD)
When a young couple drive through Texas on their way from California to Florida, they are given wrong directions in a small town and become lost far from town in the dark of the night. Now a chain saw wielding, murderous cannibal--who wears the skin of his victims over his face--is pursuing them ... and the few people the couple meet help the serial murderer rather than his hapless prey.]]>
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There is defiant humor in this movie 'the clown' scene is great! The only thing that I didn't like is Leatherface's "family" this movie makes reference to Part 2 but is meant to follow the original.
Leatherface is a father in this movie, which is a little strange. But even though there were a few things that were a little off I still really enjoyed it.
The documentaries are interesting and explain a LOT about how this movie came to be, the thinking behind it, and what worked and didn't. The impression I got was that the studio saw Leather face as another Jason or Freddy, and just didn't understand that he's very different from either. He has NO personality. That's the point of the mask. It IS his persona. They tried to make him into something he's not, and it didn't quite work. As a retrospective on early '90s horror films and the efforts that went into them, the documentaries are more than worth the price of this dvd. i find myself watching it quite a bit when there's nothing on the boob tube late at night (which is pretty damned often).
You'll definitely want to get this dvd if you're a fan of Chainsaw films and the history behind them.