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30 Days of Halloween: Review of Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 Cinema Recall

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In 1974 director Tobe Hooper shocked audiences with his film about a group of young adults who unwillingly find a family of cannibals while vacationing in Texas.  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was violent, brutal and had an almost snuff like vibe about it. The sequel came out in 1986 and it has a much more comic vibe to it, but is it still good.  Listen to The Vern's thoughts on a movie that is very much a statement on capitalism as it is a gory horror feature.



***NOTE*** This episode mentions other networks that no longer carry the podcast and a few of our social media apps have changed as well.  I apologize of any inconvenience.     


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In 1974 director Tobe Hooper shocked audiences with his film about a group of young adults who unwillingly find a family of cannibals while vacationing in Texas.  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was violent, brutal and had an almost snuff like vibe about it. The sequel came out in 1986 and it has a much more comic vibe to it, but is it still good.  Listen to The Vern's thoughts on a movie that is very much a statement on capitalism as it is a gory horror feature.



***NOTE*** This episode mentions other networks that no longer carry the podcast and a few of our social media apps have changed as well.  I apologize of any inconvenience.     


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinemarecall/support

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