He gets rough and threatens her. Standard Version: +104 sec Extended Version: 12 sec 18 Min Extended shot of Jenny standing at the path where Barry and Heather vanished. He basically spends the entire film in drag, screaming like a banshee. Leatherface breaches the front door, and Jenny jumps from the second-story window onto the roof. She takes Darla's car keys and attempts to leave, but is stopped by Vilmer.
Jenny, Heather and Barry decide to try and find help while Sean stays with the injured man. It's properly balanced and free of any hiss or distortion. The film was directed by Kim Henkel and some of the chaos of the film, and its script which he co-wrote, could be blamed on his inexperience as this marked his directorial debut and unsurprising, his only feature film. Unfortunately, casting really is about all this movie has going for it. Scream Factory really went to the mat for this release of Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation.
Logan and production designer Deborah Pastor. It's played up in strange ways in the film but never really or truly explained. It's not even a great Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie as there actually aren't any chainsaw massacres, but it does enjoy a loyal legion of fans. Compared are the Standard Version by Columbia TriStar and the Extended Version from Canada by Lions Gate. As the family prepare for dinner in the kitchen, the Little Girl kills Ryan with a sledgehammer-swinging device. Logan and production designer Deborah Pastor Still Gallery Theatrical Trailer Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation buzzes onto Blur-ray with what looks to be a fairly recent 1.
The Extended Version contains a longer shot of the gas station instead. Still, the good most certainly outweighs the bad here. Dialogue is clean and clear throughout - even when the film just gets crazy nuts and it's a cacophony of screaming, shrieking, and auditory chaos. She obliges their request for help and calls her husband Vilmer Matthew McConaughey , a strange man with a robotic leg, to assist. Nothing really sticks out on this soundtrack from the 1990s.
Leatherface Robert Jacks — you know, the reason fans watch this series — is reduced here to a wailing wimp, running around like a buffoon and never once killing a single person with his chainsaw. After all the backwoods business is finished our remaining survivors are led back to the Sawy…er, Slaughter family household, where the expected dinnertime hijinks ensue. Tyler recounts his early acting experience and his impressions of working on the film in Austin. Everyone is playing the show straight as an arrow - particularly McConaughey who dials it up to 11 and never backs down. She says everything was fine and he says sth.
Jenny, Barry, and Heather stumble upon a rural office occupied by a tawdry woman named Darla, who calls her tow trucker boyfriend Vilmer to the scene while the three rest. If you're a true blood-thirsty fan of this one, it's Recommended. Leatherface then attacks Michelle and Ryan, capturing the latter when he gets caught in a. Jenny, running around alone at this point, runs into Leatherface and, eventually, is brought back to the house herself where she kinda-sorta learns the true history of the family, who couldn't be happier to have her for dinner. I have good memories of watching this movie with my sister. Two years later, it was re-cut and released under the title Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation on August 29, 1997, after Zellweger and McConaughey had both become major stars, but was a critical and financial failure. In July 2018, Scream Factory stated the release date for the Blu-ray had been pushed back to October 30, 2018.
But the stepmom comes up the stairs and the stepdad lets go of her. Kim would say, 'Hey, so-and-so is interested, and it might be a deal we can live with. I have friends who put this up as a work of misunderstood genius. Overview - Original Texas Chain Saw Massacre writer Kim Hinkel tried to create the definitive franchise sequel with Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation. Their small talk soon grows disturbed, and Jenny sees the bodies of Sean and the other motorist in the back of the truck.
And they haven't done that. When her friend Heather Lisa Marie Newmyer finds out that her boyfriend Barry Tyler Shea Cone has been messing around with another girl, she hops into Barry's car and takes off. Initially, this film was given an by the , which limited the studio's release possibilities. It's a bit more coherent than the theatrical cut, but still just as weird. Its sequel, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 1986 is a divisive film, boldly ramping up the gallows humor and veering off into camp territory.
Logan came up with the Leatherface design in this movie. The majority of the cast and crew were locals from Austin, aside from David Gale, a stage actor from Houston. At that point I'd raised some money, but not nearly enough to make the film, and we looked at the possibilities of making a deal with a distributor. Long-time fans will be disappointed by this Leatherface, a lame knock-off with none of the grit and horror associated with the original. The Standard Version was released in most of the countries worldwide, it's the most common version. And the first major thing was getting him to write the script. Atmospherics are restrained through most of the show, but the long dinner table scene plays to the tight confines of the room.
She leaps from the car and runs into the woods, where Leatherface appears with a chainsaw. Then some pictures are being taken, which is also in the Standard Version, but the sound of the photographing is louder than the music in the Extended Version. When Ryan and Michelle become lost, the driver of a large truck throws a dead coyote at their windshield. But I knew there wasn't any hope of us making one we could live with. The image is quite clean, showing a natural amount of film grain but little actual print damage. The film's soundtrack featured many local Texan bands, but never received a release. That was where you put your prom dress and your flower on.