Jenny and her prom date are getting high in a random car in the parking lot when heather and her beau take the car out for a spin to get away from the party and deal with his infidelity at another location. Once they take a wrong turn, they get into an accident and have to ask for help, then are, of course attacked, maimed, and terrorized by a family of unhinged rednecks.
Platonic friends Ray and Michelle are, for reasons I don't remember, driving down to Florida. Once they hit a road block caused by the recent unearthing of a pit full of corpses, they take a detour past a very sketchy gas station. They meet a kind black man that keeps them safe, even as they encounter a murderous family we've never met before that somehow has Leatherface in it even though he died at the end of the last movie.
A detective and radio show host team up to solve the mysterious Texas Chainsaw Massacre Murders that have cropped up since that fateful day a now comatose Sally told authorities about. Unfortunately, once the pair do team up and infiltrate the home of the murderers, the movie devolves into an unscripted mess that’s tied up with a scene that mirrors the last scene of the first movie.
**Forgive the lack of photos for this review, I was running on E as I put this entire episode together thanks to my heading to PodTales.** Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3TILW0O_C0 (contains flashing lights that might disturb photosensitive viewers) Thoughts before I hit play: As any normal 90’s kid did, when I was home sick from school, I … Continue reading Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
Fin is sent back in time by Gil along with the rest of the gang to stop the very first sharknado, which set off the series of sharknadoes they've dealt with over the course of the entire series. Turns out, right before the characters died, Gil swooped in, sent them back to the cretaceous period, and they all waited there for Fin. Since you can only go back in time once, unless you've perfected the art of time travel in the year 200013, Fin must be careful to destroy the Sharknadoes without tampering with history. He, of course, does this anyway, but is able to destroy all of the sharknadoes, therefore resetting the entire series to before they popped up at all.