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  • Acteurs : Marilyn Burns, Edwin Neal, Allen Danziger, Paul A. Partain, William Vail
  • Réalisateurs : Tobe Hooper
  • Scénaristes : Tobe Hooper, Kim Henkel
  • Producteurs : Tobe Hooper, Jay Parsley, Kim Henkel, Richard Saenz
  • Format : PAL
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Blue Dolphin
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 22 mai 2000
  • Durée : 83 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B00004T0ZY
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 160.608 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Tobe Hooper's original classic in the most feature-packed edition ever available wotj 5.1DTS, 20PCM and remastered original mono audio mixes, commentary with director Tobe Hooper, cinematographer Daniel Pearl and actor Gunnar Hansen, commentary with actors Marilyn Burns, Paul A Partain, Allen Danziger and art director Robert A Burns, The Shocking Truth documentary, Flesh Wounds documentary, a tour of the TCSM house with Gunnar Hansen, an interview with Tobe Hooper and writer Kim Henkel, Off The Hook documentary with actor Teri McMinn, The Business of Chainsaw documentary with production manager Ron Bozman, deleted scenes and outtakes.

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Nello stato del Texas le autorità sono preoccupate per le profanazioni susseguitesi nel cimitero di Newton ove a diversi cadaveri sono stati amputati gli arti e la testa. Nella allucinante regione giungono per un week-end cinque giovani a bordo di un furgoncino: Sally e Pamela, le ragazze. Jerry e Kirk, i rispettivi ragazzi, Franklin, fratello di Sally, immobilizzato su una carrozzella. Essendo rimasti a corto di benzina e avendo trovata la casa del nonno di Franklin del tutto inabitabile, i componenti della giovanile spedizione raggiungono separatamente e successivamente una casa abitata da una famiglia di macellai e vengono uccisi in maniera inenarrabile. Sally, ultima vittima, riesce a fuggire ma, mentre i feroci assassini verranno assicurati alla giustizia, ella finirà in manicomio. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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Tobe Hooper qui signe ici son meilleur film, nous transporte dans une ambiance poisseuse, angoissante, horrible et fascinante à la fois. En usant de la suggestion plus que du gore pur, on ne ressort jamais de ce film indemne même après plusieurs visions. On reste effectivement marqué par la bande sonore. De plus l'interprétation improvisée la plupart du temps et la mise en scène minimaliste nous mènent vers une réalité absolument nauséabonde. Terrible sans exagération! Le bluray qui nous offre une pellicule et un son restaurés et remasterisés est une réussite totale. Les bonus sont très bons également et très nombreux. Attention Zone A et sans VF. Mais avec un niveau en anglais basique ça passe, d'autant qu'on peut s'aider des sous titres anglais également. Un achat indispensable pour tout amateur équipé d'un lecteur dezoné .
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Oui c'est vrai pourquoi attendre une hypothétique sortie d'un bluray en langue française de ce film culte alors qu'il y a celui-ci qui vous tends les bras à un prix plus que raisonnable.
Alors certes il n'y a pas de version française(ni sous-titres en français) mais ceux qui comme moi l'ont déjà vu des quinzaines de fois connaissent les dialogues par cœur,du reste je tiens à préciser qu'il y a des sous-titres en anglais de dispo qui ne nécessitent pas d'avoir un très haut niveau d'anglais,un niveau de base suffira.
En outre la qualité sonore est très bonne avec du 5.1 et l'image est sans doute ce que j'ai vu de mieux pour ce film,c'est très correct.
Un achat plus que conseillé pour les fans de ce film d'autant que j'ai regardé sur les autres sites marchands,il n'est pas si facile à trouver,il n'y a vraiment qu'AMAZON qui nous le propose surtout à ce prix.
Bon film.
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c'est pas parce que notre époque est en train de tout recycler que c'est "mieux" parce que en + y a une belle image... Merci a ces précurseur qui savais faire du cinema de qualité et créatif, et merci de faire des restauration de ces chef d'oeuvres, pour pouvoir continuer a en profiter. Cependant il est vrai que des films qui ne sont pa tous jeune n'aurons jamais la qualité meme en blu-ray des film d''aujourd'hui.
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HASH(0x928088b8) étoiles sur 5 Excellent Movie, Excellent DVD, Excellent Special Features! 10 mai 2001
Par Kitten With a Whip - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
First, the movie. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is probably one of the scariest movies ever made. It was unique for its time, and there's still nothing quite like it today. The plot doesn't sound like much- 2 women and 3 men make a drive to rural Texas to check out a graveyard that has been 'defiled', and to also relax and enjoy themselves. This last part of their vacation plan doesn't go real smoothly, as they make the mistake of wandering into an area where an insane, backwoods, inbred, cannibalistic sociopathic family live. Things get more and more horrifying from there.
I've heard people complain this movie isn't scary and not gory enough. As far as the gore, it is fairly low-key by today's standards (though I'm sure my mother wouldn't want to watch it, and it couldn't be shown un-cut on regular network TV). There's not a lot of blood till the end of the movie, but the acting is so good, and the screams of the victims so wrenching, your imagination fills in the rest and it actually is painful to watch. I will agree that the movie is kind of slow to get started- I admit the first time I saw it as a teenager I was getting impatient for some action. However, the last half of the movie more than makes up for it.
But if you think this movie isn't scary, I seriously doubt you've watched alone, at home, at night, with all the lights off. The first time I saw it was in the daytime, and it still made my hair stand on end. When I got the Special Edition DVD I unwisely watched it after midnight with the lights off. I couldn't sleep until the sun came up. The opening scene of the rotting corpse in the cemetery wired to a headstone alone made my skin crawl. The scene where Pam first discovers Leatherface's room, with the furniture made of bones and the chickens in bird-cages, gets scarier each time I see it. The last 20 minutes, at the dinner table, has to be one of the most grueling and realistic scenes to sit through ever made. The final few images--well, over 10 years went by between the last time I saw the movie and the time I watched it on DVD a few weeks ago, and I *still* could remember those shots so vividly it was like I saw it yesterday.
The DVD is incredible-the transfer is so crisp that it seems like the movie was filmed last year instead of in the early 70's. Since I'd only seen it on "pan & scan" VHS, I never really appreciated how beautiful some shots of the rural setting are, and also how well-thought out and carefully put together most of the cinematography is. Breathtaking, actually. Until the commentary pointed it out, I never realized how perfect and effective the long, continuous shot of Pam hesitantly getting up off the porch swing and slowly walking to the screen door is. This movie does not look at all amateurish, even though it was made on an extremely low budget.
The DVD is packed with cool and interesting special features. First, the commentary by Tobe Hooper, Gunnar Hansen aka Leatherface, and director of photography Daniel Pearl is fascinating. There's lots of subtle but powerful elements in the movie I missed till now-for instance, the lack of almost any score or soundtrack that gives it a documentary feel, making it that much more disturbing. Hardcore fans of this movie know already this was NOT an easy shoot by any standards, but their accounts of how much energy and work it took to get certain things right, not to mention the really tortuous things many of the actors went through...well, if any actor deserves to be paid millions for a movie, this cast certainly earned it. The dinner scene was the most horrendous- they could only do one take, it went on for 20+ hours, and this was in 110 degree heat with no air conditioning. Gunnar Hansen said that by the end, he was so out of it he started to think he wasn't acting. Kind of gives the tag line "Who will survive and what will be left of them?" a whole new meaning.
There's also some deleted and alternate scenes, including some "lost footage" never available before. With many of them, you can read the script excerpt of the scene first. There's a hilarious blooper reel-the quality isn't that great, but you'll laugh your butt off. There's lots of production notes and stills, along with shots of rare publicity material. A couple scenes are broken down shot by shot, with Hooper explaining why he made the directing and editing choices he did. There's even more, I just don't have room for it all. The menu is also pretty great. I highly recommend the Special Edition to anyone who is a fan of TCM. You'll be able to spend hours enjoying it, and they couldn't have done a better job. My recommendation (for what it's worth) is to get this one fast, because it would be a shame if it went out of print and so many people missed this wonderful collector's edition.
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HASH(0x92808cc0) étoiles sur 5 The Freakiest Movie I've Ever Seen 4 mars 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
As a massive horror fan from the UK (where this film is banned) I had to wait many years to see this film, and after all the hype and expectations which I had built up I was half expecting to be dissapointed when i finally watched it...how wrong could I be? This film had me gripped instantly. The film builds up suspense like no other and when the murders do actually happen they are not ruined, like many other horrors, by almost comical deaths, they are nasty! This film is gritty and raw, with documentary like visuals which only add further to the sense of fear which you can almost smell. The acting is brilliant, its laid back yet energetic at the same time. Never have I seen fear portrayed as realistically as Marilyn Burns haunting display in this movie (but then again I never looked at myself in the mirror while watching the film). All of the factors in this film mix to make an evil couldron of depravity, that'll make you too afraid to look but even more scared when you close your eyes. This film is the freakiest i've ever seen and to say i enjoyed it seems kind'a sick as the killings are so realistic and depraved, but there's no denying it, I loved it.
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HASH(0x92808aec) étoiles sur 5 This is the DEFINITIVE Edition of a Classic Horror Film 20 septembre 2014
Par Kevin Pepper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
When I saw that a 40th Anniv. Edition of this classic film was coming out, I actually held out for awhile. I owned the previous Ultimate Edition of TCSM, and there seemed to be only a few extra features planned for the new release. After Amazon dropped the price to $19, I thought "What the hay. Go ahead and order it." When it came in, there was one thing that I did NOT like about it. It was the size of a DVD case, which means it really stands out when on the shelf with other Blu Rays. But that is just a minor quibble. I watched the movie, and thought, "You know, this picture doesn't really look that much better than the other release." Immediately after viewing the new 40th anniv. edition of the film, I decided to pop in the Ultimate Edition Blu Ray and compare picture to picture. As soon as the first title appears, I knew then that there DEFINITELY was an upgrade made to this film. Those very first titles look more cream colored on the previous blu ray, while they were clearly yellow on the new one. I also went back and forth on a few scenes, and there really is a difference between this new blu ray and the previous one. Once scene where the difference is very noticeable is when the first victim is looking through the screen door to see if anyone is home. In the new version, you can clearly see the individual squares of the screen, and the brown rust and dirt on it. In the Ultimate Edition, that clarity is really lacking. You don't see the details, and the color is really washed out. So, even though this new scan might appear to still be very "grainy", if you compare side by side with the Ultimate Edition, you will be able to see the difference as I did. Not only do you get a much better picture, there is also a 7;1 surround track, more commentaries, and a few more extra features. One of those is the Hallowed Ground feature that has appeared on many horror titles lately. My bottom line is, don't sit on the fence anymore if you're thinking like I did that this doesn't seem to be that much of an upgrade. Believe me, it really is. If you're a fan of the film, as I am, you owe it to yourself to grab this new version of this classic horror title while the price is still low. Otherwise, grandpa may hit you with a hammer............
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HASH(0x92808d8c) étoiles sur 5 Horror at its most horrific 9 octobre 2004
Par James Kunz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
First things first: this is not a true story. There was no cannibalistic serial-killer family in the 1970's Texas, this movie was loosely based on the exploits of Wisconsin murderer Ed Gein and the rest is fantasy.

However, what this is is one of the most horrific movies ever made, incredibly visceral and violent even though very little blood is used. The villains range from demented to sadistic, the heroes from sympathetic to annoying. The movie's cheif fault is that its teenagers are, for the most part, very poorly developed. We only get to know two of them, so when they wander into the clutches of Leatherface it's less painful for the audience, if incredibly painful for the characters.

However, the movie excels in so many aspects that this minor point is quickly overlooked. The hot, humid texas atmosphere is perfectly filmed, adding a layer of foreboding to the already tense atmosphere. The killings are done in a variety of ways without being far-fetched and ridiculous (interestingly, only one is killed with a chainsaw) and the acting credible, especially Gunnar Hanson as Leatherface.

The Best horror movie of the 1970's, and one of the greatest of all time. 9/10
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HASH(0x9280c15c) étoiles sur 5 "I just can't take no pleasure in killing..." A cutting new Blu-Ray transfer of a major exploitation/horror film from the 70's 16 janvier 2015
Par Leslie Karen Rigsbey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
DarkSky Films releasing has really outdone themselves with the deluxe treatment of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre". There are a wealth of extras included here, so many that it is difficult to get through them all in any reasonable amount of time (but I'm grateful for this copious surplus, as I imagine other horror fans are). One gets 4 items included in this package, two Blu-Rays and two DVDs, each transferring the same content, so that one can watch on either a DVD player or on the Blu-Ray. The package/box is also quite neat, with the bloodied face of a traumatized Marilyn Burns adorning one flap, a picture of the Leatherface house implanted upon the other--it's a foldout, so if you are one who wishes to keep digital discs in snapper cases, this box most likely won't please you. Nonetheless, this is THE essential collector's set for anyone who wants to own this piece of film history. The original disc has four--read that, FOUR--separate audio commentary tracks which are detailed in the listing of extras on Amazon, and they range from informative to joyous to fecund--chief amongst the latter is Hooper's solo commentary, in which he guides a viewer (in his languid but not unpleasing tones) through the making of the film and the ideas that may have unconsciously inspired this masterpiece. The cast commentary is great fun, and the chief one worth listening to. The audio commentary track featuring editor Larry Carroll is required listening for anyone interested in learning how the frame by frame technique of film presentation actually works (let's face it folks, if anyone wishes to learn about filmmaking, where it's at is in B-film and budget movies, not the Hollywood darlings). The extra featuring an interview with actor John Dugan is saucy and hilarious--he eventually breaks down in tears while discussing the work of Marilyn Burns in the film (she is a performer with great endurance, but to me she lacks the unbearably hot sex appeal of her co-star Teri McMinn, and as such is forced to play the more conservative role of the two victims--and the lucky one, to boot). The documentary extra runs through the entire making of the film (I found Tobe discussing the making of the music/sound score to be most interesting in a way), and the evolving story of what happened between the eventual release and distribution of this film after it was made and then later sold again (Vortex was the initial company title, and then Bryanston pictures took on the role of distribution to theaters) is an essential piece of viewing material for any and all serious-minded film historians. As one person says in the documentary feature (on Larry Carroll, I believe), "the massacre was that no one got paid." "...Chainsaw" has one of the most interesting production and distribution release stories in the history of the medium, and if you are into methods as to how to release your film, this is another essential item on the list of educational checkpoints for learning how this system (or non-system!) actually works. However, every extra offered on this newer release is worth viewing if you are a fan of the film, and there are so many on offer that it renders a detailed examination of each extra redundant...but if you are interested, you'll watch them all.
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" is a tremendously exciting picture if you are a historian or someone who is interested in watching a real horror film for a change--to some, including older viewers, the main characters may be too annoying and too far out for their taste, but this is one that you have to let incubate inside your head before you can really feel its impact (and once you let your imagination work around it, it might just be the most frightening movie you've ever watched; if not, it may take bucket-loads of blood and effects to shock you). In any case, Hooper and his team created something new with the movie in that they decided to take a documentary approach to the horror genre, and move the theory of horror filmmaking further away from the supernatural than ever before (even Bloch's "Psycho" had references to the occult and to the mystical). A truly quotable movie, Hooper's film actually makes humor work in a much different way; if you are expecting a fast-paced film with a lot of gore, you've come to the wrong place, but that doesn't mean that the film's power to shock and terrify is any less valid nowadays (Hooper apparently was making a comment about animal rights, and that alone is intriguing to think about). Trying watching this by yourself late at night in an empty house, with the volume cranked, and it will still be quite strong as a movie experience. The cast is also quite strong, and this is the one film in which atmosphere and sound is used to build up the viewer's imagination so that so much blood and on-screen violence are rendered completely unnecessary.
Initially shot on a low-lighted Éclair NPR 16 mm camera, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" was then enlarged to a 35 mm print when it was later distributed in grindhouse cinemas, thus distorting the framing of the amazingly detailed sets on display. The new DarkSky transfer goes a long way towards repairing this cinematic treasure and giving us a clean new 4K scan that actually looks like a great, widescreen layout, the aspect ratio reading 1.77:1, which is an unusual frame to look at (considering how most of us are used to 1.33:1 or 2.35:1 framing on home media format) but is nonetheless impressive on a smaller TV screen (in which the black bars will appear normally). For Widescreen TVs, I think that the picture is a bit more grainy, but this is an older, drive-in era classic, so what do you really want it to look like? Besides, this is undoubtedly the finest that the film has ever looked on a home video format. The young may deem it boring, the old may not be shocked by it anymore. But the kind of handmade, low-budget feel that early Hooper pictures had is cinematically unique, with echoes of true insanity operating both behind and in front of the camera that will probably never be repeated in this fashion ever again. If you want to watch a real thriller movie, begin here. But enter in with a sense of humor too. A+
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