Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer

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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Review of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

I have never been one to watch much in the Horror genre of movies.  I am taking a class led by my Angel in cinema, I was assigned to watch TCSM.

What did I come away with?

Here are some possible messages.

Eating animals is wrong.

Rural America has a multi-generational problem with cannibalism.(Perhaps it began with the starvation problem in the South with the Civil War)
The people who are cannibals effectively hide their identities with "masks" -you cannot tell who is the cannibal.
These cannibals are desensitized to their own violence,  they believe their behavior to be funny, not horrific.
Scream about it as much as you want....nobody will hear because to the non-cannibal, the act is so horrific that nobody wants to believe that it is an actual problem.

Chicken in a cage?  Chickens are Satanic Sacrifice animals.  If it was in a cage it would be being saved for the sacrificial Satanic Holiday.

Cannibalism is a theme in German Fairy tales.  So it might well originate with Germanic Tribal behavior.  (You know, those people who think that they are so superior?)  They suffered economic deprivation after WWI and I am sure they must have had to resort to cannibalism at times.

If you contrast this movie with Silence of the Lambs, series, the message is that cannibalism is a habit among the cultured as well as the rural hick.

While I worked in a local Hospital in Canandaigua, a body disappeared from the morgue.  Once the casket is closed only the funeral director knows if there is a body inside the casket.



Dear Terrorist Isil, Isis, I can see that your perception of The USA as the great Satan is validated by the USA's art which is a veiled report on the secret activities of many of the citizens of the USA.  You have a valid point that the USA might be an abomination.

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