The Texas Chain Saw Massacre looks scary in 4K without losing any of the raw aesthetic that makes it a classic. A new bonus feature on the film’s legacy gives it context in the history of horror too.
Franchise Fred Blu-ray Review: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 Collector’s Edition
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 is sort of the sequel you get when you give the director of the grindhouse original some resources, but not really because it’s still Cannon Films. Even with Cannon, it’s clearly more resources than Tobe Hooper had on the 16mm original. On Blu-ray the sequel looks like a polished studio […]