"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" was released in 2006 and was a remake of the original "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" of 1974.
The Texas Chainsaw true story shows the childhood growth and initial chainsaw massacre of a person recognized as Leatherface.
The central scheme shows some college students set out to discover a house deserted in Texas. The abandoned house was used to be home of the grandpa of two of the college students.
The Texas Chainsaw true story shows the students picking up a mad traveler who lacerates Franklin and himself. The mad traveler gets kicked out of the collage students' van following the lacerations. Then, two of the college students get attacked from a wild family living in a nearby estate. The Texas Chainsaw true story shows an enormous man in a human skin cover kill the boy with a tack hammer. The big man then suspends the boy's girlfriend on a meat hook. He then cuts up the boy with a chainsaw.
The Texas Chainsaw true story shows disappearance of the two drawing the others and two of them getting killed as well. Sally remains the sole survivor. Sally runs out of the house, hides behind a truck and gets driven away leaving Leatherface behind who exercises his chainsaw in aggravation.
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" was produced by Hooper with finances of around $ 140,000. The Bryanston Distribution Company released "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" on October 1, 1974. In spite of being short of vital agreement, the Texas Chainsaw Massacre won a status as one of the most significant horror movies. "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" had numerous horror genre-specific elements that were later adapted in several horror movies, which depicted their murderers in more or less the similar fashion.