Texas Chainsaw Massacre True Story

October 9, 2010 by Post Team 

Texas Chainsaw Massacre True Story, Texas Chain Saw Massacre is an independent horror film from 1974 directed by Tobe Hooper Americans and written jointly by Hooper and Kim Henkel. Starring: Marilyn Burns, Gunnar Hansen, Teri McMinn, William Vail, Edwin Neal, and Paul A. Partain. Although presented as a true story involving the ambush and murder of a group of friends on a trip to rural Texas family of cannibals, the film is entirely fictional. Texas Chain Saw Massacre is the first of six films in the franchise Texas Chainsaw Slaughter film, including Leatherface, the character inspired by the serial murderer Ed Gein in Wisconsin and Hansen played in this movie.

Hooper produced the film with a budget of around 140,000 and gave and relatively unknown actors, and people mostly from adjacent areas in Texas filming locations. Principal photography for the film took place between July 15 and August 14, 1973. When the movie ended, Hooper is trying to find a distributor willing to release because of its graphic depictions of violence, when the guaranteed time distributor, Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) gave the film a rating of R and PG – Hooper rating had intended the film to get.

Bryanston distribution company Texas Chainsaw Massacre has released in theaters on October 1, 1974. Initially, the film drew a mixed reception from critics on the atmosphere, story, characters and graphic content, and the film was banned in many countries, however, has become a strong commercial success, grossing 30.8 million at the box office of the United States. Despite the lack of critical unanimity, Texas Chainsaw Massacre a reputation as one of the most influential horror films in cinema history. It originated several common elements in the genre of horror films, including the characterization of the murderer, as major figures, dull and faceless and use of the tool as the murder weapon.
Sally Hardesty (Marilyn Burns) and his brother Franklin (Paul A. Partain), traveling with three friends, Jerry (Allen Danziger), Kirk (William Vail) and Pam (Teri McMinn), a cemetery containing the grave of his grandfather Hardesty . Its aim is to investigate allegations of acts of vandalism and desecration of the corpse. After that they decided to visit the Hardesty family farmhouse, and on the road, the group takes a hitchhiker (Edwin Neal). The man speaks and acts weird, and then the bars and Franklin himself with a razor blade to a group of its forces from the truck. Later stop at a gas station to refuel, but the owner (Jim Siedow) tells that the pumps are empty, and are familiar with the intention of returning to the station after the fuel truck makes delivery. Pam says Kirk Franklin and local hole basin, and the pair head to find it. Instead, they run into a nearby house, Kirk screaming for gas, while Pam waiting on the porch.

Receiving no answer, but finding the door open, Kirk enters the house where Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen) suddenly appears and kills him. Pam comes shortly after finding the house full of furniture made from human bones. She tries to escape, but Leatherface catches it before it could escape, impaling her Meathook. At sunset, Sally’s boyfriend Jerry heads out of the old house in search of other Hardesty. Search the blanket of a couple outside the house, investigate and find Pam still alive inside the freezer. Before I could react, Leatherface appears and kill him, filling Pam back in the freezer later.

With the fog, Sally and Franklin went in search of his friends. Since near the house of the murderer, named by others, Leatherface attacks the darkness and the death of Franklin with a chainsaw. Sally is the home to find dry residues of an elderly couple in the upper chamber. She comes from Leatherface, jumping over the second-floor window, and keeps going, eventually arriving at the gas station. When she reached, Leatherface disappears into the night. The owner initially offered assistance quiet then connects to the ropes and forces her to his truck. Enter the house, arriving at the same time as traveling companions, who happens to be the younger brother of Leatherface is. When a couple bring Sally into hitchhiking recognizes and ridicule.

Torture the men bound and gagged Sally, Leatherface, dressed as a woman now serves dinner. Leather and hitchhiked to the old to the table to join the meal. At night, Sally decided to be killed “Grandpa (John Dugan), out of respect for his work in the slaughterhouse, when I was younger.” Grandpa “is too weak to attack Sally with a hammer, dropping it several times . In the confusion, Sally is released, jump through a window and runs away from home, running on the road. Leatherface and the hitchhiker are persecuted, but Hitchhiker exhausted and died for over the trailer. Armed with his chainsaw, Leatherface attacks the truck when the driver stops to help, and a punch in the face with a big key in the driver’s hands. Sally escape in line with the passage of collection trucks like the waves of Leatherface chainsaw above his head despair.

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