From the Trailer Park, Vol. II

Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III may have been the most eagerly anticipated horror movie of 1990. But it came, it flopped, it passed into relative obscurity. And while this third dose of Texas backwoods mayhem is no classic, it’s still a lot of fun. You get some suitably black humor, ominous locations, an early role for Viggo Mortensen, and Ken Foree, who was such a formidable presence in the original Dawn of the Dead. There’s even a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo from part two’s Caroline Williams. The movie also had one of the best trailers ever, regardless of genre:


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