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A documentary about the classic 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' film, including interviews with Gunnar Hansen, Edwin Neal, John Dugan and Jim Seidow.
Despite not liking much of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise I went into this looking forward to some background on the film, some behind the scenes factoids and a further look into the movie.After this hour long documentary had finished I wasn't really much wiser.Essentially the same couple of stories are repeated, the titbits provided are really quite petty and the cast do not come across well.What I mean by that is they aren't exactly good interviews, most of the cast come across as pretentious and make out that TCM was the greatest movie ever made.I would say this is for huge fans only, the likelihood of learning anything new however is pretty remote.The Good: Gunnar Hansen The Bad: Hugely repetitious Some poor audio recording quality Shoddily made Rather dull Things I Learnt From This Documentary: For appearance sake it's probably best you don't admit to enjoying hitting a woman on set Admitting you wrote a topless scene just because you wanted to see an actresses boobs isn't much better