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John Larroquette Narrator Many of the cast members at the time were relatively unknown actors—Texans who had played roles in commercials, television, and stage shows, as well as performers whom Hooper knew personally, such as Allen Danziger and Jim Siedow.
The lead role of Sally was given to Marilyn Burnswho had appeared previously on stage and served on the film commission board at UT Austin while studying there. To research his character in preparation for his role, Hansen visited a special needs school and watched how the students moved and spoke.
They wouldn't wash my costume because they were worried that the laundry might lose it, or that it would change color.
They didn't have enough money for a second costume. So I wore that [mask] 12 to 16 hours a day, seven days a week, for a month. The crew covered its walls with drops of animal blood obtained from a local slaughterhouse.
Burns drove around the countryside and collected the remains of cattle and other animals in various stages of decomposition, with which he littered the floors of the house. The crew had difficulty getting the stage blood to come out of its tube, so instead Burns's index finger was cut with a razor.
However, the actor playing Grandpa was aiming for the floor rather than his victim's head.
He stated that "everyone hated me by the end of the production" and that "it just took years for them to kind of cool off. Years later Bozman stated, "We made a deal with the devil, [sigh], and I guess that, in a way, we got what we deserved. In New Line Cinema acquired the distribution rights from Bryanston and gave the producers a larger share of the profits.
A distributor apparently restored the offending material, and at least one theater presented the full version under an "R". Linda Gross of the Los Angeles Times called it "despicable" and described Henkel and Hooper as more concerned with creating a realistic atmosphere than with its "plastic script".
Romero's Night of the Living Dead So they provide a good starting place for ambitious would-be filmmakers who can't get more conventional projects off the ground.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre belongs in a select company with Night of the Living Dead and Last House on the Left of films that are really a lot better than the genre requires. Not, however, that you'd necessarily enjoy seeing it.
Observing that it managed to be "horrifying without being a bloodbath you'll see more gore in a Steven Seagal film ", Bruce Westbrook of the Houston Chronicle called it "a backwoods masterpiece of fear and loathing".
He pointed out how the quiet sense of foreboding at the beginning of the film grows, until the viewer experiences "a punishing assault on the senses".
The Rise and Fall of Redneck Cinema, Scott Von Doviak commended its effective use of daylight shots, unusual among horror films, such as the sight of a corpse draped over a tombstone in the opening sequence.
The site's critical consensus states, "Thanks to a smart script and documentary-style camerawork, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre achieves start-to-finish suspense, making it a classic in low-budget exploitation cinema. Sexuality in the Horror Film, David Hogan called it "the most affecting gore thriller of all and, in a broader view, among the most effective horror films ever made The ideas and iconography of CooperBret Harte and Francis Parkman are now transmogrified into yards of dying cattle, abandoned gasoline stations, defiled graveyards, crumbling mansions, and a ramshackle farmhouse of psychotic killers.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre [is] Women and the Pleasures of Horror Film Viewing, states, "The horror genre must keep terror and comedy in tension if it is to successfully tread the thin line that separates it from terrorism and parody In a video essay, film critic Rob Ager describes the irony in humans being slaughtered for meat, putting humans in the position of being slaughtered like farm animals.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre has appeared on various home video formats. The first sequel, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2was considerably more graphic and violent than the original and was banned in Australia for 20 years before it was released on DVD in a revised special edition in October The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III was the second sequel to appear, though Hooper did not return to direct due to scheduling conflicts with another film, Spontaneous Combustion.
While briefly acknowledging the events of the preceding two sequels, its plot makes it a virtual remake of the original. The Beginningin A seventh film, Texas Chainsaw 3Dwas released on January 4, This is also the title under which the film is registered with the U.Henkel Building A Winning Culture Case Study.
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