"This is my favorite horror movie of all time."
Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast chimes in summer with an exclusive commentary track to the hottest, sweatiest, grittiest, and down-right nastiness horror movie ever made: Tobe Hooper's THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE! Listen as Ammon and Eric drink a lot of High Life and talk minute for minute about one of our favorite horror flicks. We talk about Marlin Chamber's hot ass (11:45), about our first time watching it (13:32), as well as how well crafted and shot the whole movie is (40:42). And as if that weren't enough, we go into the gore--or its lack there-of (44:34), the origin of the film's title (46:00), and how the constant non-stop screaming made the movie what it is today (1:01:04). All that and so much more in this special edition of the AITH Podcast!
13:32 - WE REMISSNESS ABOUT OUR FIRST TIME WATCHING TCM AND THE EFFECT IT HAD ON US.
40:12- THIS HERE IS THE BEGINNING OF ONE OF THE GREATEST SHOTS IN CINEMATIC HISTORY.
44:34- FOR A MOVIE CALLED THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, THE GORE FACTOR IS NOT EVEN A FACTOR AS THERE PRACTICALLY IS NONE.
1:01:43 - ONE OF THE WORSE BEST THINGS TCM HAS GOING FOR IT IS THE NON-STOP SCREAMING AND OUT-OF-CONTROL TERROR THAT TAKES PLACE.
1:14:55- THE INFAMOUS DINNER SCENE WAS AS BRUTAL TO FILM AS IT IS TO WATCH.
1:29:48- AFTERWARD, ERIC CRAPS ALL OVER THE REMAKE WHILE AMMON HOLDS IT IN A SOMEWHAT HIGHER REGARD.
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