The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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Driving through the backwoods of Texas, five youths pick up a traumatized hitchhiker, who shoots herself in their van. Shaken by the suicide, the group seeks help from the locals, but their situation becomes even more surreal when they knock on the door of a remote homestead. It's quickly apparent the residents are a family of inbred psychopaths, and the unlucky youths suddenly find themselves running for their lives. In hot pursuit is a disfigured, chainsaw-wielding cannibal... (Full plot summary below)

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Driving through the backwoods of Texas, five youths pick up a traumatized hitchhiker, who shoots herself in their van. Shaken by the suicide, the group seeks help from the locals, but their situation becomes even more surreal when they knock on the door of a remote homestead. It's quickly apparent the residents are a family of inbred psychopaths, and the unlucky youths suddenly find themselves running for their lives. In hot pursuit is a disfigured, chainsaw-wielding cannibal known as Leatherface.

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Chicago Tribune - 8/10 by Robert K. Elder Has no pretensions about sneaking up on you -- it simply charges, motor humming and blades flying, carving the spot where masochism and entertainment meet.
Washington Post - 8/10 by Stephen Hunter What a superb job director Marcus Nispel has done re-creating, yet also revising, 1974's grisly, gristly, protein-centric masterpiece.
Dallas Observer - 7/10 by Luke Y. Thompson Adding R. Lee Ermey to the Leatherface clan was a masterful move.
Entertainment Weekly - 6/10 by Owen Gleiberman The gruesomely unnecessary remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is such a smorgasbord of slimy grunge that to call the movie gross wouldn't do it justice -- it's downright sticky.
ReelViews - 6/10 by James Berardinelli The film delivers with enough consistency to warrant a qualified recommendation for those seeking a few extra scares at this time of the year.
The Hollywood Reporter - 6/10 by Michael Rechtshaffen This particular reconceptualization actually does an impressive job of capturing the nasty dread of the original. It certainly is a vast improvement over those previous remakes/sequels.
Empire - 6/10 by Kim Newman The look, created by Hooper’s cinematographer Daniel Pearl, and expert art direction is persuasively nasty… but somehow that buzzing saw doesn’t sound as scary as it used to.
Premiere - 6/10 by Addison MacDonald Manages to pull off an adequate amount of scares, when compared to most horror flicks in theaters this Halloween season.
Austin Chronicle - 5/10 by Marc Savlov While it’s far from bad, it also falls far short of the icy frissons produced by the original.
Boston Globe - 5/10 by Wesley Morris As the eviscerations ensue, the truth becomes undeniable: This is easily the most gruesome, most pointless, episode of "Scooby Doo" ever.
Rolling Stone - 5/10 by Peter Travers Chainsaw is produced by Michael Bay (Bad Boys I and II), which explains its soullessness. But nothing explains the flaw in this bad boy: How can a movie scare you when you’ve seen it all before?
The A.V. Club - 5/10 by Keith Phipps Seems to understand its source material, but has no idea how to improve on it.

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