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Ineptly acted and directed, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4: The Next Generation demands -- and receives -- nothing from pre-famous stars Matthew McConaughey and Renee Zellweger, and represents an awkward chapter in a franchise that once boasted one of the scariest horror films of all time.
Obviously this film is a low point in the Texas chainsaw Massacare series. It has many scenes that just tend to drag on. For most of the film we just see Matthew McConaughey slap people, and slit himself multiple times on the chest. Leatherface on the other hand has some very weird masks. Such as a woman mask, and a old lady mask. Also it seems all leatherface does is just scream, and that's about it. So if you want to watch a very whacked up movie with cannibles eating pizza then this is your film. Still I was very entertained throughout, and that is why it has this high of a score
Zellweger, McConaughey, and Tyler Shea Cone all give solid performances and that's about all the praise I can give this movie. Watch it once to satisfy your morbid curiosity or to see every film in this series and then forget about it. forever.
While it does feature pre-fame Matthew McConaughey and Renee Zellweger, Texas chainsaw: The next generation is another dull sequel that pales to the original classic and adds nothing new to the premise.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4: The Next Generation doesn't cover any new ground and is slightly hamstrung by unimpressive performances from Renee Zellweger and Matthew McConaughey, but fans of the franchise should find themselves reasonably pleased.
This is one of those "so awful it's amazing" kind of train wrecks. Awful acting, no production values, accidental slips that were left in the film, Leatherface in drag. This is exactly what an Ed Wood version of "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" would be like.