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Tim's Slasher Tweet Reviews: "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2" (1986) | Slasher Studios
Our resident Twitter reviewer Tim Schilling is back with another slasher review, this one for the underappreciated sequel “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.” The first one was a huge hit with both horror fans and critics alike receiving rave reviews and huge box office ($30 million on a budget of less than $1 million is pretty damn impressive). Will the dark comedy of the sequel sit well with Tim or will he “buzz” it to shreds? Thoughts before the film: I watched The Texas Chainsaw Massacre for the first time (don’t judge) a few weeks ago & LOVED it, I hope #TheTexasChainsawMassacre2 holds up! Thoughts while watching: 0:02 Why did I not know Tom Savini did the makeup for this!? I love him. 0:03 So far, I’m diggin this music. A lot. 0:06 I have a feeling… That these guys are gonna die. 0:10 This bridge is pretty damn long. 0:19 That chili looks terrifying. 0:19 …and there was a tooth in it. 0:24 I’m not sure if the guy selling the chainsaws was scared or getting turned on by the cop… 0:36 This guy in the radio station is seriously freaking me out. Why is he lighting the hanger!? 0:36 Is he one of the brothers from the first movie? I can’t remember. 0:37 Never mind. I always answer my own question. 0:46 Hey stupid bitch, you’ve had like ten minutes to run away now. 0:48 This girl must have watched a lot of horror movies. She knew that if she called the cops, they would do nothing. 1:02 No way is he still alive. He got beat with a hammer, his face ripped off and most of his skin ripped off. Bs. 1:19 How is grandpa still alive!? 1:26 That chicken shit burrito man! 1:29 Why is Bill Moseley so good in this movie? 1:31 No Leatherface. You have a chainsaw in your stomach. You can’t fight anymore. Overall: #TexasChainsawMassacre2 had a very different feel from the first one but in this case it worked. It was creepy, funny & I liked the story a lot. I also thought it was shot very well, like the first. I liked the lighting and the sets were really cool. To follow Tim on twitter: https://twitter.com/schillingt To follow Slasher Studios on twitter: https://twitter.com/slasherstudios