Texas Chainsaw Massacre Competition


It is the most terrifying film ever made; a ground-breaking achievement in the horror genre and possibly the most infamous picture in cinema history. Finally the most feature packed edition, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre ‘Seriously Ultimate Edition’ makes its way to Blu-ray. This monstrous release of Tobe Hooper’s original classic is crammed with features, documentaries and interviews, remastered in High Definition from the 16mm ECO camera originals and featuring 5.1 DTS, 2.0 PCM and restored original mono audio tracks.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Seriously Ultimate Edition Blu-ray will be released on 16 November 2009 by Second Sight. Texasbluray_2Dpack 2

Tobe Hooper’s (Poltergeist) terrifying classic tells the story of a group of friends who take a road trip and find themselves at the mercy of a depraved, cannibalistic Texas clan, among them one of the icons of horror, the chain saw wielding ‘Leatherface’. An idyllic afternoon drive soon becomes a macabre nightmare, in the film that redefined horror.

Widely banned and causing outrage on its 1974 release The Texas Chain Saw Massacre has lost none of its power to shock and remains one of the most disturbing and terrifying pictures ever made.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Seriously Ultimate Edition Blu-ray fleshes out the process of creating the horrifying picture, featuring commentary by director Tobe Hooper, cinematographer Daniel Pearl and ‘Leatherface’ himself Gunnar Hansen, with an additional commentary with actors Marilyn Burns, Paul A. Partain, Allen
Danziger and art director Robert A. Burns.
Also included are two fantastic documentaries: ‘The Shocking Truth’ and ‘Flesh Wounds’, further interviews with the cast and crew, deleted scenes, outtakes and a great deal more. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Seriously Ultimate Edition Blu-ray is the biggest treat a horror fan will get.

For your chance to win a copy, enter the competition below:



Tom Atkinson

Tom is one of the editors at Love Horror. He has been watching horror for a worryingly long time, starting on the Universal Monsters and progressing through the Carpenter classics. He has a soft-spot for eighties horror.More

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