The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) Review

An outrageous and despicable family in the sights of crystal insanity; cannibalistic torture and depravity at hands. Tobe Hooper does what he does best and illustrates the sinister side and degradation of man, letting audiences soak in a chilling and down-right disturbing act of psychopathic massacre and mania. Five teenagers on a getaway trip to an old Texas house paves the way for the terrifying celebration of one family’s wicked pleasure. Directed with such a gritty knack, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is perhaps the pinnacle of the unsettling slasher. Watch this with a straight face and there is something unusual under you skin.

9.1/10

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