“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” draws its strength from the social loosening which prevailed in the United States after a series of political disasters. Intervention in Vietnam, Watergate, the oil crisis, and finally the protracted deadlock with the Soviets made the idealistic vision of America as a world policeman fell with a thud. A reflection of these concerns was, among other things film Hooper, who was one of the first turned his camera toward the inner rot, has for years hindered corset McCarthyzmu consuming society. Hooper was a surprisingly smooth manipulator. Already in the introduction, it turns the screen event purely paradokumentalizm reporters.
First, the narrator tells adamant that the film refers to a genuine tragedy, then a series of disturbing images announces the inevitable
macabre. It is the consciousness of communion with the threat of real-time is a critical stimulus for receiving “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” Hooper is not so much because the province has created a myth decadent as it exposed the frightening potential. He suggested that somewhere out there, away from the decadent bourgeois prosperity living units do not stop cywylizowanego inhibitions of the world.
And even though were based on a similar premise before, “Night of the Living Dead” (1969, Romero), “Release” (1972, Boorman) and “The Last House on the Left” (1972, Craven), it is only seasoned with cynical humor anarchy Hooper became a real can of worms. suggestive realism in portraying the human degeneration broke with the classical, a bit naive representation of the world and its correlation in a way so uncompromising, that the only salvation from him was a denial mechanism. Hooper so absorbed c-Class Hollywood, and the effects of his work merely imitative strywializowała series production, whose only ambition was (and still is!) effective rip guts. Today, death is beauty in itself. Therefore, after przywyknięciu the perverse, purely aesthetic comic book violence from the “Saw” and “Hostel”, the voice from the past can cripple their uncontrolled hysteria and a sense of claustrophobic fear that with every minute safety goes beyond passive reception. DVD cover for “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” are made by Martin Szumnego.
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