Cursed Days 10: Texas Chainsaw Massacre with Visceral Cuts/ Leech/ Razorbumps


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Texas Theatre
231 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Dallas, TX  75208
Falsely marketed as a true story and an “account of a tragedy that befell five youths,” Tobe Hooper's original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a nightmare of a film that's paradoxically one of the least graphic of all the classic slasher films while including some of the most shocking, horrifying scenes ever filmed. Hooper directed the horror flick and also co-produced and co-wrote the low-budget film about a group of young people who cross paths with a family of former slaughterhouse workers who've turned their craft and taste buds toward humans. The film screens at 8 p.m. Thursday at Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson Blvd., with a Cursed Days concert featuring Visceral Cuts, Leech, Razorbumps and Telemegasounds following the film at 10 p.m. The image of Leatherface wielding a chainsaw is unforgettable. Texas actor Edwin Neal, who played his brother — equally creepy as the "hitchhiker" and Polaroid photographer — will be at the screening. Tickets for the film are $10, and tickets to the concert are $6 — with a discounted bundle price of $14 for both. For tickets, visit
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