"Since being announced, Scream Factory‘s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of oddball gem Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation has hit several snags, the first of which was the company being forced to remove stars Matthew McConaughey and Renee Zellweger from the cover art. Then came the delays. Originally set for release on September 25, the Blu-ray was recently bumped to October 30. Then it was bumped to November 13.
The final date? It’s now set for December 11.
The film is being presented by Scream Factory in an ultimate collector’s edition featuring both the theatrical and director’s cuts, with loads of new extras including new audio commentary and interviews with cast and crew. The full special features package includes:
Two Cuts of the Film – the theatrical cut (87 minutes – HD) and the director’s cut (93 minutes – HD with standard definition inserts) NEW Audio Commentary with writer/director Kim Henkel (on Director’s Cut) NEW The Buzz is Back – an interview with Director of Photography Levie Isaacks NEW Marked for Death – an interview with actor Tyler Shea Cone NEW If Looks Could Kill: The Return of a “Chainsaw Massacre” – an interview with special makeup effects artist J.M. Logan and production designer Deborah Pastor Still Gallery Theatrical Trailer
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Part 2 Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Remake) Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning Texas Chainsaw 3D Leatherface
Post by MacReadyOrNot on Jan 19, 2020 13:01:47 GMT -5
I think for years neither McConaughey or Zellweger brought up this movie. They distanced themselves from it. Rightfully so, but still. Now that they're both so far into their careers they can look back on it without fear of being casted out.
Not a great Chainsaw movie. Very weird and very disappointing. Although, I would watch this over 2 any day. Maybe. That's a hard toss-up.
I wouldn't mind watching the director's cut/work print version.
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I remember my cousin telling me to avoid this movie at all costs, that it was one of the worst things he'd ever seen. I rented it anyway, and it was so bad my father didn't allow me to pick out a movie for like 2 months.