Today: February 20, 2024



‘…the best the film has ever looked.’
Tobe Hooper
2 DISC SET (STD BLURAY with REVERSIBLE SLEEVE featuring Original Poster Art)
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre not only changed the face of horror in 1974 but remains one of the most shocking, powerful and terrifying films ever made. Widely banned on its release, its notoriety has not diminished and this harrowing tale of a depraved Texan clan, and its chain saw wielding icon of horror Leatherface, continues to stun and disturb audiences like no other film.
This new director-supervised restoration brings new life and detail to the film and immerses the viewer as never before.
Disc 1
  • New 40th Anniversary Restoration supervised by Tobe Hooper
  • New 4k transfer from the original
  • 16mm A/B rolls
  • New 7.1, 5.1 and stereo mixes as well as the original mono
  • New audio commentary with
  • Writer-Producer-Director Tobe Hooper
  • New audio commentary with Cinematographer Daniel Pearl,
  • Editor J. Larry Carroll, Sound Recordist Ted Nicolaou
  • Audio commentary with Writer-Producer-Director Tobe Hooper, Cinematographer Daniel Pearl, Actor Gunnar Hansen
  • Audio commentary with Actors Marilyn Burns, Allen Danziger and Paul A. Partain, and Art Director Robert A. Burns
Disc 2
  • ‘Cutting Chain Saw’ with
  • Editor J. Larry Carroll
  • ‘Granpaw’s Tales’ with Actor John Dugan
  • Horror’s Hallowed Grounds: TCSM
  • New deleted scenes and outtakes
  • ‘The Shocking Truth’ documentary
  • plus outtakes
  • ‘Flesh Wounds: Seven Stories of The Saw’
  • ‘Off The Hook’ with Actor Teri McMinn
  • ‘The Business of Chain Saw’ – with Production Manager Ron Bozman
  • ‘House Tour with Actor Gunnar Hansen’
  • Tobe Hooper interview
  • Kim Henkel interview
  • Deleted scenes and outtakes, trailers,
  • TV and Radio spots
  • Stills Gallery
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