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||IMDB Rating: 7.5/10 from votes
||Release: 4 October 1974 (USA) /
||Genre: Horror, Thriller
||Stars: Allen Danziger, Ed Guinn, Edwin Neal, Gunnar Hansen, Jerry Green, Jim Siedow, Joe Bill Hogan, John Dugan, John Henry Faulk, Marilyn Burns, Paul A. Partain, Robert Courtin, Teri McMinn, William Creamer, William Vail
||Synopsis: En route to visit their grandfather's grave (which has apparently been ritualistically desecrated), five teenagers drive past a slaughterhouse, pick up (and quickly drop) a sinister hitch-hiker, eat some delicious home-cured meat at a roadside gas station, before ending up at the old family home... where they're plunged into a never-ending nightmare as they meet a family of cannibals who more than make up in power tools what they lack in social skills... Written by Michael Brooke [email protected]
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With the recent box-office success achieved by the latest remake of
1974's `The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' it's worth looking back at Tobe
Hooper's original horror classic.
The movie tells a fairly simple tale at heart. A group of five teenagers
driving through rural Texas happen upon a deranged, cannibalistic family.
Psychological terror and chainsaws ensue.
Yet despite this simplicity, what is it about `The Texas Chainsaw Massacre'
that continues to succeed so with its audience? Outside of one memorial
scene involving a meet hook; the movie is not particularly gory by today's
standards. The film's characters and actual scares are not that
The power of `The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' lies in its atmosphere and in
what H.P. Lovecraft called `the oldest and strongest kind of fear': the fear
of the unknown. The later of these two staples of great horror is often cast
aside in modern horror movies-especially in those churned out by the great
Hollywood engine. Instead, every mystery must be explained away, every mask
ultimately pulled from a monster's face, and not a moment of exposition is
spared. It is interesting to note that the filmmakers behind the latest
`Chainsaw' film chose to implement all three of these stylistic vices in
In the original, the feeling of dread and mounting paranoia creeps over the
viewer in slow but steady waves. The first scene in the film depicts a
desecrated grave with a voiceover of radio newscast, immediately followed by
an opening credits sequence set against a backdrop of roaring solar flares.
This, along with some idle astrological chatter on the part of one of the
teenagers early on, leads to a feeling of cosmic disarray in the lonely
Texas hills they traverse.
Questions about the villain's mask or the field of cars under camouflage
netting are left for the viewer to answer on his or her own. At worst, in
the loss of any acceptable answer, they are forced to ponder that terrible
and limitless gulf of the imagination: the unknown.
In it's later stages, the film becomes a cacophonous world of
throat-peeling screaming, blood-shot eyes, laughter, and grinding machinery.
One is forced to recall the solar flares in the film's opening credits. In
the climax of famous dinner scene, there is a feeling of cosmic forces
pressing in on reality and warping it into some crude mockery of order, as
if the world were but a TV or radio signal distorted into madness by flares
on the surface of the sun.
In the 29 years since `The Texas chainsaw Massacre' hit theaters,
there have been countless imitators and four additional films in the
franchise, three of them remakes. Yet as loved and influential as the
original classic has been, many who would seek to emulate its vision seem to
overlook its true strengths.
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, Ed Guinn
, Edwin Neal
, Gunnar Hansen
, Jerry Green
, Jim Siedow
, Joe Bill Hogan
, John Dugan
, John Henry Faulk
, Marilyn Burns
, Paul A. Partain
, Robert Courtin
, Teri McMinn
, William Creamer
, William Vail
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