A terrific movie. I'm referring to the 2003 version of this film.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is NOT a true story. It is BASED on the events of Ed Gein, a serial killer who lived in Plainfield, Wisconsin in the 1950's. He killed only 2 women but dug up many more in the graveyard and attempted to make a full-body woman suit. He also collected ears, fingers, toes, heads, skulls and noses. He was arrested and brought to court and found guilty but lived the rest of his life in a mental instution. He died of cancer in 1984.
1. One of the best, most original horror movies to date. If you liked something in a horror movie after TCM74, chances are it was stolen from the latter. Despite its horror credentials, TCM74 contains very little visible blood, relying on creepy imagery and unsettling, innovative music to set the mood. Followed by a string of lack-luster sequels.
2. One of the worst, most unnecessary remakes of a classic horror film in cinematic history. Take one part original, nine parts Dawson's Creek, and separate out the terrifying originality of the '74 version, and you have TCM03. It had the drill instructor from Full Metal Jacket in it, though. That was kinda cool.
1. Paul won the accolades of all for renting the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre after someone had expressed their fondness for the remake and ignorance of the original.
2. Habib was deported when he fell asleep watching the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake on TV and missed the deadline for renewing his student visa.
A large gangbang with several girls who all happen to be on their period.
Nothing beats joining in on the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.