10 Ways The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Still Holds Up

10 Ways The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Still Holds Up
Director Tobe Hooper's sophomore effort, 1974's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, earned him a spot in the pantheon of horror auteurs. A raw grindhouse work made on what could only be charitably described as a shoestring budget, there's a brutal, horrific honesty to the film that has allowed it to remain in the public consciousness for nearly fifty years.

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From the innovative cinematography of Daniel Pearl to the cutting, harsh sound effect of Wayne Bell, few films are as memorable as this genre-defining classic. While numerous sequels and reboots have been attempted, none could match the gravitas of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre film.
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