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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) [Blu-ray]


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: May 22 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002HFWB4E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,271 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sam on Dec 27 2003
Format: DVD
This is definately one of my favorite horror films. When I saw the photos online I knew it would be good... but i didn't know it would be this good! Although i may get bashed for saying this but- its scarier, more explained, gorier, better acting/characters, and somewhat funnier that the original. Leatherface is also alot cooler looking. The beginning is excellent- the black and white police footage- there is not a boring moment in the film. It literally made my palms sweat- and i watch horror all the time. Every death in the film is full of eye candy. Overall it stands alone- not as a slasher movie but as a DARK film. If you obcessed with the original this may be somewhat of a rude awakening but a good one- to show you how lame the original was! There also will be a 2-disc set coming out with a new cover and TONS of extra stuff- im gonna get that one. I definately recomend this film to any movie watcher!
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Format: DVD
I am a huge fan of the original, and I'm not a fan of remakes in general. With that said, I'm not about to insult anybody by trying to put the original and this 2003 remake in the same category. I do think, however, that this movie is pretty good. What makes it work is that the two movies are very different. There are similarities to be sure, but you don't feel like you're watching a blow-by-blow replay of the 1973 classic. I saw the remake in a theater and expected to spend two hours laughing at a lame attempt to capture the classic's low-key horror. Instead, I found myself wrapped up in the new story because it strayed enough from the original to catch and, more importantly, keep my attention. There are a lot of extras on these two discs, including an interesting plot device that never made its way into the movie. Also, the commentary reveals some interesting facts. Overall, I think anyone who likes scary movies will like this movie. I definitely think people who haven't seen the original will enjoy it because they have no reference to compare it to. However, do yourself a favor and see the original too; you won't be disappointed.
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Format: DVD
Where was the canabalism? Why did they spend so much money on a score for the movie when it worked so well to not have one in the first on? The other half leg was obviously sticking in the piano! I give it 4 stars in comparison to ANYTHING else that has come out since 1990. I am often bored by horror movies nowadays that have maybe one scene that is interesting. I am not including horror/thrillers like Silence of the Lambs. Leatherfaces sisters should have been axed. Terrible, annoying, and could have been much cooler. Not as unpredictable as the first, and the main "hook" scene was drawn out, he should have saved the screen time to lengthen the Pepper death scene. No movie in recent time has been scarier. Although, they could top it with a Prequel. How the girls family gets it...I mean we aren't talking about 5 people where 4 barely know eachother. We'd be talking about the girls mother, father, younger brother, and the fact that she is pregnant. I think that would make for a great, insanely scary horror movie.
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Format: DVD
Being a HUGE fan of the original, I approached this with some hesitation & a certain amount of cynicism. Not disappointed in the least, I was overjoyed to see that this one was almost as good. As far as horror remakes go, it's an absolute winner. While not possessing quite the same feeling of shut-in violence the original had, there is still plenty to enjoy. The story has been beefed up some(there is a baby involved, there are female members of "The Family")and it is undoubtedly more violent(unnecessarily), but in many ways retains the same feeling of being trapped in one of the most frightening places on earth. Full marks should go to Jessica Biel(utterly beautiful)for being a wonderfully convincing "last girl" & Leatherface does a sterling job. Gloriously designed set pieces & some seriously good cinematography make this one a winner. I hope they don't compromise the good work on this one by making a bunch of cheesy sequels. Some things are better left just as they are.....
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By Guido on July 16 2004
Format: DVD
People's tastes differ, everyone has an opinion. Some people will enjoy this remake in comparison to Tobe Hooper's maniacal 1974 original. I, however am not one of those people. I guess I'm more of a throwback, old school type of person.
To me this remake just doesn't capture the essence of the absolute horror of the original. Most likely because it's been done once already and while they changed some scenes the "shock" value is gone. Gunnar Hansen's version of Leatherface was so much more frightening and mysterious. Whether it be the character or the actor, Leatherface's presence wasn't felt in this movie as much as the original.
They brought in bigger named actors and actresses, better lighting, and a soundtrack but how much did they spend to make this movie? In a horror movie it's all about "IMAGINATION" not big named actors and actresses looking pretty on screen or special effects (although they help). When you think of "classic" horror movies you think of "Night of the Living Dead", "Halloween" "The Exorcist" and "Friday the 13th" to name a few. Why? Becuase there wasn't anything like them when they were released and many future movies used these ideas to create their own film.
Some people will agree with me some will disagree because like I said people's tastes differ. But ask yourself these three questions before you judge the two films.
How good would the original 1974 film have been if Hooper had the budget to work with that the remake did?
How good would the remake be had they had the same budget Hooper had?
And finally, in 20 years will people be saying have you seen the remake of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"?
Watch both movies and see what you think!
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