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Old 06-16-2014, 02:08 PM   #681
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Looks like they finally got this right. Well, I hope they've got it right cuz it's the last time I'm buying this film.
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Old 06-16-2014, 04:28 PM   #682
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Looks like they finally got this right. Well, I hope they've got it right cuz it's the last time I'm buying this film.
Keep telling yourself that
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Old 06-16-2014, 05:19 PM   #683
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If there ever was a movie that needed its grain, it is TCM. The more raw and gritty the better!
Full agreement here. As a test, I took a scene from this movie and used Adobe After effects to add grain, telecine wobble, white dust specks, film flickering and black marks to really give it a grindhouse feel. Came out pretty awesome actually.
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Full agreement here. As a test, I took a scene from this movie and used Adobe After effects to add grain, telecine wobble, white dust specks, film flickering and black marks to really give it a grindhouse feel. Came out pretty awesome actually.
I always thought Texas Chainsaw actually BENEFITED from the dark and gritty low-budget look it had. It stands out from all these other polished-looking, huge-budget flop horror films that Hollywood keeps pumping out.

Texas Chainsaw was just gritty enough to make it crawl under your skin and make you feel like you were watching something you weren't suppose to be seeing.
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Can't wait to see this in the theater again and then on BD. I am seeing The Beatles A Hard Day's Night and then The Texas Chainsaw Massacre at the theater within a week of each other. First a film with annoying screaming teenagers and then a film about annoying teenagers being slaughtered.
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Can't wait to see this in the theater again and then on BD. I am seeing The Beatles A Hard Day's Night and then The Texas Chainsaw Massacre at the theater within a week of each other. First a film with annoying screaming teenagers and then a film about annoying teenagers being slaughtered.
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Hello, I am new to posting on this site but have been registered for some time. I apparently need to have at least one post before i can make a comment. It was TCM related. I wanted to attempt to offer an explanation/theory about the new 40th ann. TCM poster art.
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That poster is cool.

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Only problem with the poster is the blood wasn't yet smeared on the van when they passed the armadillo.
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Old 11-01-2014, 02:27 AM   #690
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I was 13 or 14 when this was released. Because I went to the movies all the time and I did magic tricks (stop laughing) for the people who worked there, I was able to see R rated movies without an adult.

I saw this every day for the week or two it played, and had all my friends see it also.

It is STILL the best horror movie I've ever seen. This film is sick on so many levels. The meat hook girl is the most magnificent piece of gore. No blood, just absolutely horrific. The stick beating, old man and the finger, the craziness of the family all sheer horrible perfection.

This movie was 100% original. There was not a movie even close to it's boldness at the time. It was universally panned for being repugnant and disgusting. Without this film there'd be no Jason, Freddy, Myers, Pinhead, Saw, Hostels...

It's still the number 1 horror movie in my book. I watched it again for Halloween and I still get chills at the horror these kids go through.

God, I love this movie.
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Good post!

It's one of those rare films which loses none of its impact as time passes, in fact (like The Wicker Man) it seems better each time I see it.
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