Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning

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  1. Bio_Evolution

    Bio_Evolution Well-Known Member

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    Just saw the first night showing of this movie... I gotta say, it's probobly the most gruesome and grotesque movie I've ever seen. A lot better than the first I must say. One of the few prequels I have actually enjoyed.
    This is seriously the only film I've been to where people stood up and clapped at the end... and I've been to at least a hundred movies.
    If you really want to be grossed out and/or enjoy a little scare, go see this movie!
     
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    the movie looks wicked gross. the first one disturbed me, and i saw it on t.v.
     
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    I wouldnt be able to last the first 5 minutes.

    Is the movie based on a true story?
     
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    Yeah, Apparently this is how it all began. Shows him being born and stuff and how those people raised him.
     
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    It was pretty good actually.
     
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    After the abysmall remake i wont be going to see this one. I despise when poeple remake good movies, why fix what isnt broken?
     
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    Which one? Because the one I saw (with Jessica Biel) wasn't scary at all, and it was real short.. :blink:
     
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    Actually, it's not. It was INSPIRED by true stories, like Ed Gein.

    I liked the first original the best; this one was really grotesque though, especially the final murder (to elude spoilers).
     
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    uhg. . . i hated this movie.It was grose n' such. It didnt get good ratings either. I walked out on the movie

    But can someone tell me the end of the movie??
     
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    a little scary :unsure: :eek:
     
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    WELL I WELL HAVE TO RENT IT THEN
     
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    gunna have to see it ive heard good and bad things about it so ill have to see for myself
     
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    hmmmmm I watched the old one mwah.
     
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    its a true story, but the family that was that, werent cannables and they didnt hunt down people
     
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    yeh i wanted to see it but never got around to it:(
     

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