Homages to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
|This list will always grow as
long as TCM fans are out there and they're paying their tribute to the
If you know of any homage to the Texas Chain Saw Massacre, please e-mail me and I'll add it to this list.
NCSI - (2008) In the episode called "Murder 2.0", A man in an interrogation room mentions a Sally Hardesty at the Sunshine Retirement Home.
The Devil's Rejects - (2005) Written and directed by Rob Zombie, Rob has claimed that not only was the Texas Chain Saw Massacre one of his most favorite movies, but that Rejects was heavily influenced by it.
HEADCHEESE - (2002) A short film shot mostly on Quick Hill in Round Rock Texas, where most of the original 1974 film was shot. Directors Duane Graves and Justin Meeks incorporated items still left on the location from the original film, such as the wood shed, into the film. HEADCHEESE was also co-produced by the writer of the original Chain Saw, Kim Henkel.
House of 1000 Corpses - (2003) Written and directed by Rob Zombie, Rob has claimed that not only was the Texas Chain Saw Massacre one of his most favorite movies, but that Ho1KC was heavily influenced by it.
Wild Man of
the Navidad - (2008) Duane Graves' and Justin Meeks' first foray
into a full length feature film was again, like HEADCHEESE, heavily
influenced by the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre film. And again,
Kim Henkel was not only co-producer, but had a cameo in the film as well.
And so did the webmaster of this web site. :)
The Raconteurs, "Steady As She Goes" - Although the house used in this video looks a lot like the original Leatherface house, it is not.