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Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Dr.Rock, Aug 1, 2003.

  1. Dr.Rock

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    I saw this film a long while back when it first came out in USA. It was a very goreless R-rated version. I think it was subtitled "Return Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre". It's the one with Rene Zwelleger (pardon me if I mis-spelt her name).

    I see it's released as a Region 1 DVD and it's been re-titled "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation - The Complete Uncut Version" Does that mean there are extra bits in the film missing from the original release? Or was the original release of "Texas 4" as uncut as they come anyway?

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    was that the one with Matthew McConnahy in it? If so I think that's TCM 2 not 4.

    There is a remake of the original out soon.
     
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    Matthew McConnahy was in part 4. Just checked the credits.

    I saw the trailer for TCM remake, looks good, directed by Michael Bay. Interesting to see how an action-film director tackles a suspense film. But TCM-4 already seemed a remake of the original, following exactly the same formula. They should've released the forthcoming film as TCM-5 (sequel) rather than a remake. I'm noticing the new film will have deviations from the original story (with it's new twists and alterations), so it's as much as a sequel/remake as all the past sequels we've been having. But I hope Michael Bay'f offering puts the series back on track, because the sequels weren't doing much justice, so I am looking forward to that one.
     
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    what the fudge!!
     
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    I could be wrong, but I don't think he's directing, just producing or something.

    Course, that's not gonna make it suck any less. :p

    Good point, though. It should have been billed as a sequel instead of a remake.
     

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