The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Corrected entry: When they pick up the girl who later shoots herself, they start driving toward Leatherface's home, the girl goes berserk, and kills herself so she won't have to go back there, yet earlier she was walking in the same direction.

Correction: The reason she is walking back toward the same way is because she doesn't know where she is going. It is a farm area and she can't tell what way is which. This can be seen also when Jessica Biel's character is trying to escape Leatherface. She starts walking back to the store and catches a ride. No one can tell which way is which, especially in a deserted area like that.

Continuity mistake: When the girl shoots herself her body is still sitting upright in the backseat, but when the van hits a bump in the road and the body falls onto its side. When the van stops in the next shot the body is sitting back up again without anyone moving it.

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Trivia: During the police video sections of the film you can sometimes hear a camera flashbulb popping and then recharging. This same sound effect was used at the beginning of the original film when we see the decimated corpses being photographed.

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Question: Was R. Lee Ermey's character a real sheriff or did he just have a costume and a car he stole?

Answer: He wasn't a real sheriff - in Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning it shows him shoot the sheriff and take his clothes and car.


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