Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation 1999 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
So I know alot of you must think I’m nuts, especially when looking at this terrible newer cover art used for the new edition, featuring Mathew and Renee looking a bit cheesy…The older lipstick chainsaw cover is way better. Anyways, I first saw this film on HBO when I was in middle school in 2002, and it wasn’t very scary, but it was really entertaining. There were some suspenseful moments, but the film is built on humor, madness and insanity. It does a good job of it. The film really is cheesy, and low budget, but it is my favorite. The acting is so good. Everyone who’s a dumb blonde in the movie does it all too well, and everyone who’s crazy, must be nuts in real life cause they’re so good at it…and Leatherface is comical, miserable and petty in this film, and it’s his best performance yet. He’s this sad, abused creature who has terrible habbits (liek wearing women’s faces). This film is just really weird and really different in a way, and I thought it was good. It has replay value as well, which is rare in horror films. Not very scary (unless you are like 9), but it is a solid, insane, creepy little dark humored sequel that will have you entertained if you like cheesy horror films of the 90’s.
About Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1999)
Starring: Renée Zellweger, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Jacks, Tonie Perensky, Joe Stevens,
Runtime: 94 minutes
Director: Kim Henkel,
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