Given the series’ track record, a lot of people were skeptical about this latest reboot but thankfully, it turned out alright. And down below, you can see what the critics are saying.
Slasher film fans should embrace this Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which pays loving homage to the original via a variety of Easter Eggs and doesn’t at all stint on the gore.
IndieWire, meanwhile, says:
It delivers plenty of blood spattered, gut-spilling gore to satisfy genre lovers’ bloodlust, even if we’ve pretty much seen everything a chainsaw can do by now.
Elsewhere, The Wrap writes:
This is a solid and satisfying addition to the series, head and shoulders above the worst “Texas Chainsaws.”
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Nightmare on Film Street is also a fan, saying:
If you, like me, are only looking for a gory good time with a monstrous villain, youll definitely eat up what this b-movie is serving. Come for the return of Leatherface and Sally Hardesty, stay for the grisly effects and shameless chainsaw revving.
And finally, Flickering Myth states:
While it has issues, Leatherface is back and more brutal than ever. For this franchise, an average movie is an upgrade.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre is now streaming on Netflix.
Source: Rotten Tomatoes