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Reviewer:
crackpot
Reviews:
0
Votes:
12 (58% helpful)

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  1.  Heaven for a Banshee fan!

    Posted: 

    Well what can I say but just how awesome this whole album is. Totally original & powerful all round-this did not disappoint me in the slightest. No true Banshee fan should be without this fantastic gem! Top marks!

  2.  The Saw needs re-fueling.......

    Posted: 

    It's impossible for any chainsaw sequel to match up to the 1974 masterpiece but this was entertaining all the same,I did like the very crazy family & gore effects are good but it's a film I can take or leave.

  3.  Very striking!

    Posted: 

    I'm thrilled that this hitchiker is now being made into a figure,already looks fantastic &detailed. This is now added to my list.

  4.  Like what I see!

    Posted: 

    Very good detail and the contrasting red looks brilliant against his black clothes-face looks good too,this is also on my order list......

  5.  Looks good.

    Posted: 

    Very life like detail,this is already on my order list,can't wait.

  6.  Original

    Posted: 

    Just love this and the bonus CD is fantastic-sex eye make up is my fave & Robert's vocal version is just as brilliant. Bizarre but highly original.

  7.  Brilliant art.

    Posted: 

    Very gory but fun. Love the graphics. Featuring the whole demented family too. The leering leatherface on the cover just looks so mean & very IN YOUR FACE!

  8.  Masterpiece!

    Posted: 

    Will always be the best one. From the chilling sound score to the brutal dinner scene. Disturbing.

  9.  Raw fear,eerie sound score.

    Posted: 

    Will always be my favourite TCM,after 34 years it is still as severe as it was then,a good horror film still sends shivers through me. Gunner's leatherface is chilling. Ed Neal and Jim Siedow portray fantastic insanity and callousness. A classic.

  10.  Raw,simple &strong.

    Posted: 

    My fave tracks being 'in your house' and 'at night' the latter sending chills through my bones. And Robert just 21 when writing this. Fantastic.