Texas Chainsaw Massacre | 2022    

Updated February 23, 2022

Summary & Info

Texas Chainsaw Massacre
A serial murderer (Mark Burnham), presumed dead since 1973, resurfaces 50 years later to continue his gruesome mayhem in a brand new campaign of carnage. Cast: Alice Krige, Sarah Yarkin, Elsie Fisher, Moe Dunford, Nell Hudson, Jessica Allain, Olwen Fouéré, Jacob Latimore, William Hope, Jolyon Coy and Sam Douglas. Director: David Blue Garcia. [1:21 – R]

Dueling Critics

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“It’s an old-fashioned slasher, with Leatherface as the masked killer. [Its] narrative efficiency and tight 81-minute running time make it an ideal delivery system for creative kills and memorable gore…[A] solid and satisfying addition to the series.”
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“What garbage. Seriously. What absolute, bereft, witless, unoriginal, unrewarding, soulless garbage that’s 40 years past scaring anybody. The only power this formula retains is the power to make you feel a little sad — at the ugliness, at the cynicism, and at the pathetic waste of your own mind as you watch it.”

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre | 2022

    

Updated February 23, 2022

Critical Consensus

Dueling Critics

thumbs-up“It’s an old-fashioned slasher, with Leatherface as the masked killer. [Its] narrative efficiency and tight 81-minute running time make it an ideal delivery system for creative kills and memorable gore…[A] solid and satisfying addition to the series.”
thumbs-down“What garbage. Seriously. What absolute, bereft, witless, unoriginal, unrewarding, soulless garbage that’s 40 years past scaring anybody. The only power this formula retains is the power to make you feel a little sad — at the ugliness, at the cynicism, and at the pathetic waste of your own mind as you watch it.”

Summary & Info

Texas Chainsaw Massacre
A serial murderer (Mark Burnham), presumed dead since 1973, resurfaces 50 years later to continue his gruesome mayhem in a brand new campaign of carnage. Cast: Alice Krige, Sarah Yarkin, Elsie Fisher, Moe Dunford, Nell Hudson, Jessica Allain, Olwen Fouéré, Jacob Latimore, William Hope, Jolyon Coy and Sam Douglas. Director: David Blue Garcia. [1:21 – R]

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