A young nurse is kidnapped by a group of violent teens who escape from a mental hospital and take her on the road trip from hell. Pursued by an equally deranged lawman out for revenge, one of the teens is destined for tragedy and horrors that will destroy his mind, moulding him into a monster named Leatherface.
At first, I was skeptical with this movie but it ended up being really good. It’s brutal and gritty, just the way a tcm movie should be. One thing I would’ve changed is the ending. I seen the alternate ending and felt like if that was in the actual movie it would’ve been 10x better!
Iron Fist is in this movie
By Shining Polaris
As a fan of the Defenders series I watched this for Finn Jones. So odd to see him in this barely able to defend himself 😂
By Nature Of Threat
Way to keep ruining this franchise. The original was the perfect horror movie....the reboot with Jessica Beal was good and the Beginning was decent. All of the other sequels in this franchise are awful to the point of unwatchable. I want my $6 and 2 hours back. Brutally bad
It was an ok film
As far as the hack and slashers go, I find it hard that the runt grew up to be a gigantic monster from this film to the first. He’s already at the height he is going to clearly be. Maybe that’s why he runs weird, wobbling from hidden stilts.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is an American horror film series consisting of seven slasher films. The original film, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, directed by Tobe Hooper and written and produced by Hooper and Kim Henkel, was released in 1974. Hooper also directed the first sequel to the original film; however, the other sequels have had various writers and directors attached to them. Hooper has not had any direct involvement with the rest of the sequels; however, he did co-produce the original film's remake and also produced its prequel, along with Henkel. The films have grossed over $203 million at the worldwide box office. Four sequels, a remake, and a prequel to the remake. Leatherface and his family are the antagonists in all of the films. The film series is ranked eighth at the United States box office – in adjusted 2008 dollars – when compared to other American horror franchises.