The Texas Chain Saw Massacre 11/15/18
I am reviewing the first slasher movie I've ever seen (unless you want to count Scary Movie, and I don't think most people would), and I saw it today: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre 11/13/15
The amateur camerawork and editing don't draw attention to themselves in a negative manner but only serve to complement the film's grimy aesthetic, especially when the film veers away from looking like a home movie and starts ratcheting up the horror.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre 8/20/15
Consequently, the violence is brief and sudden, and can't be distinguished from the remainders of the film because it's filmed in the exact same way a dialogue scene is, and that in itself is quite disturbing because its portraying violence in quite a detached way, that very few other films choose t...