Ahoy Captain Cats here and today we are to review the ninth installment of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series with 2022’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre and see if it lives up to the series standard.

This entry takes place nearly 50 years after the events of the original film, we see a group of three young entrepreneurs and the sister of one of them, make it to the town of Harlow, Texas. From here we see the usual tropes that we all see in horror films and once you find out who is who you can see where the film is heading.

From here the film just dies in terms of character development, atmosphere, predictable outcomes, and overall the pace of the film and the ending that just pissed me off to the point that I had to watch the original film and was reminded why the 1974 film was such a classic horror film.

Overall Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the worst horror films I have seen this year so far. While the gore is there, everything else just fell flat, including Leatherface and that’s just sad. Texas Chainsaw Massacre is on Netflix now.