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Movie Series - Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The

Sally Hardesty (Marilyn Burns) and her wheelchair-bound brother Franklin (Paul A. Partain) travel with three friends to a cemetery holding the grave of Hardestys' grandfather. The aim to investigate reports of vandalism and corpse defilement. Afterward, they decide to visit an old Hardesty family homestead, and on the way, the group picks up a hitchhiker (Edwin Neal). The man speaks and acts bizarrely, and then slashes himself and Franklin with a straight razor before being forced from the group's van. The group stops at a gas station to fuel their vehicle, but when they find out from the proprietor (Jim Siedow) that the pumps are empty, the group continues to the homestead. Franklin tells Kirk (William Vail) and Pam (Teri McMinn) about a local swimming hole, and the couple heads off to find it. Instead, they stumble upon a nearby house. Kirk decides to ask the residents for some gas, while Pam waits on the front steps. Receiving no answer but finding the door unlocked, Kirk enters the house; Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen) immediately murders him. Pam enters soon after to find the house filled with furniture made from human bones. She attempts to flee but is caught by Leatherface and impaled on a meathook. At sunset, Sally's boyfriend Jerry (Allen Danziger) heads out to look for the others. Finding the couple's blanket outside the neighboring house, he investigates and finds Pam still alive inside a freezer. Before he can react, Leatherface appears and kills him, stuffing Pam back inside the freezer afterward. With darkness falling, Sally and Franklin set out to find their friends. As they near the killer's house, calling for the others, Leatherface lunges out of the darkness and murders Franklin with a chainsaw. Sally escapes to the house only to find the desiccated remains of an elderly couple in an upstairs room. With Leatherface still pursuing her, she jumps through a window and continues to flee, eventually arriving at the gas station. As she reaches it, Leatherface disappears into the night. The proprietor at first calms her with offers of help, then binds her with rope and forces her into his truck. He drives to the house, arriving at the same time as the hitchhiker, who is his younger brother. The pair bring Sally inside, with the hitchhiker taunting her when he realizes who she is. The men torment the bound and gagged Sally while Leatherface, now dressed as a woman, serves dinner. The old man from upstairs is still alive, and brought to the table to join the meal. During the night, they decide Sally should be killed by "Grandpa" (John Dugan) out of respect for his work at the slaughter house when he was younger. "Grandpa" is too weak to hit Sally with a hammer, repeatedly dropping it. In the confusion, Sally escapes from the house, running out into the road. Leatherface and the hitchhiker give chase, but the hitch hiker is run down and killed by a passing semi-trailer truck. Armed with his chainsaw, Leatherface attacks the truck when the driver stops to help, and is hit in the face with a large wrench. Sally escapes in the bed of a passing pickup truck, as Leatherface waves the chainsaw above his head in frustration.

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1 The remake Exchanged 'scary' for 'boring and gory'
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2 Never Boned Still rocks.
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3 Day 1 Sucked from the start.
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4 The Sequels Just totally unnecessary and bad
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1 Boring - not scary - just dumb -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on November 28, 2010, 6:59 am - (-2 votes) - Login to Vote

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