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Old 05-20-2013, 09:21 PM   #891
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my rankings:

TCM '74
TCM 2
TCM: The Beginning
TC3D
TCM '03
TCM III
TCM: The Next Generation.

Enjoy them all but TNG. Can't stand outside of McConaughey's performance.
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:26 PM   #892
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Where do you rank TCM 3D ???
I'd put 3D at the same level as TCM3. Not terrible, not great.
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:55 PM   #893
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I would put TCM3D slightly above TNG just because Leatherface wasn't in drag in it
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my rankings:

TCM '74
TCM 2
TCM: The Beginning
TC3D
TCM '03
TCM III
TCM: The Next Generation.

Enjoy them all but TNG. Can't stand outside of McConaughey's performance.
Agreed with all of this.
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:45 PM   #895
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I would probably rank it.

TCM 74
TCM 2
TCM Remake
TCM The Beginning
TCM 3
TCM TNG
TCM 3D

All are watchable and enjoyable!
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New list would go as follows (in terms of favorites, not which movies are best):

TCM '74
TCM '03
TCM 3D
TCM: The Beginning
TCM 2
TCM III
TCM: TNG


I still love The Beginning but looking back, I think it could've been far better considering how well done the remake was. It just lacked that grit the remake had. And Leatherface was given even more of that Voorhees vibe.
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I've only just heard about the All American Massacre . In case you don't know it's a prequel to the original and is filmed by Hooper's son. It stars Bill Moseley as chop-top whose in jail telling stories about his family.



Why the hell are they taking so long? I'm sure loads of people will want to see this.
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I've only just heard about the All American Massacre . In case you don't know it's a prequel to the original and is filmed by Hooper's son. It stars Bill Moseley as chop-top whose in jail telling stories about his family.



Why the hell are they taking so long? I'm sure loads of people will want to see this.
Looks like low budget fun .. This is the first time I've ever heard about this!
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Looks like low budget fun .. This is the first time I've ever heard about this!
Yeah, Chop Top alone should make it worth watching.

Found an interesting article about it below + it has its own website. Sounds like they just need to finish editing.

http://horrorhomework.com/blog/2013/...ainsaw-sequel/

http://www.allamericanmassacremovie.com/index2.html
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I've only seen the original, its one first sequel, the remake, and most of the sequel to the remake. The original was awesome (I would give it ten out of ten stars). A brilliant masterpiece with pretty good performances, especially for a slasher-esque movie. The best performances were definitely on the part of the cannibal family. I found the story to be relatively unique and the make-up for Leatherface was definitely very creepy (by far the creepiest in all The Texas Chainsaw movies). The sequel was pretty good (I would probably give it seven out of ten stars), the humor was definitely really good. The performances, especially Hopper's were pretty good. I did not think it was as good as the original, but still pretty good nonetheless. As for the remake, I actually thought it was pretty well done. One of the better of the franchise horror films remade. The film was overall really good (I would probably give it about eight out of ten stars). The acting was really good, especially the father as Sheriff Hoyt. Furthermore, it added a great deal to mythos of the Texas Chainsaw and was quite successful (in my opinion) of building sympathy for both the characters being killed and the family (especially Leatherface) doing the killing. My main criticisms is that there was too much torture and part of the attraction of these franchises is not truly understanding the characters, which this film decided to explore (although I believe it did it best compared to some of the other franchise remakes). I do not really recall the sequel to the remake. Ultimately, I have not seen all the movies in The Texas Chainsaw series, but the ones I have seen were really good.

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