|Series||A Star book|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||173|
(That book reads like an epic gorefest novelization of a Lucio Fulci / Dario Argento co-directed masterpiece and is essential reading for hardcore horror / gore lovers). 'Chainsaw Terror' is the only book I've found that is anywhere near the same level of intensity as Balun's novel. Get your hands on a copy of both of them if you can/5. I have spent the last few months obsessing over the infamous Chainsaw Terror, but finding a copy seemed impossible.A few weeks ago, I read a review that made doing so significantly easier. There’s quite a few reviews of this novel online already, but I am far more interested in the story behind this book than the story in it. ‘Chainsaw Terror’ is a book that has a pretty clear purpose and achieves it. I wouldn’t call it good, but it is nauseatingly and memorably violent. The gritty scenes of murder and the London vice scene are more reminiscent of the dark crime books Hutson has come to write later in his career, than the horror we was writing at the same time /5(4). The Texas Chainsaw Massacre has for decades been one of those slasher films that has fallen into the trap of becoming a campy gimmick, and this book is basically a branch of it that attempts to make it a more serious story, bringing out the eyewitness story from a surviving character. It is also a novelization of the original film's remake, and /5.
Over the years Hutson’s ‘Chainsaw Terror’ has become a notorious splatterpunk novel for good reason. Quite simply, it’s one hell of a nasty and brutal novel. And from the start of the book, Hutson doesn’t hold back one iota, and instead dives straight into a veritable maelstrom of vulgar horrors with absolute gusto. Homeowner's Complete Guide to the Chainsaw: A Chainsaw Pro Shows You How to Safely and Confidently Handle Everything from Trimming Branches & Felling Trees to Splitting & Stacking Wood (Fox Chapel) [Ruth, Brian J, Ruth, Jen W] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Homeowner's Complete Guide to the Chainsaw: A Chainsaw Pro Shows You How to /5(). A great book or gift for a chainsaw enthusiast! There are people who use tools and people who love tools. This book will not teach anyone how to use a saw or fix a saw, but provides a unique perspective on the engineering and development of a classic power tool, and is a real treat for a 'tool hound' or someone who uses a modern chainsaw on a regular basis/5(27). Great book, amazing detail, fully documented. The only disappointing part is that, since it was printed on it omits the 2 latest and it insists that sequels 2 to 4 are worthy, don't be cheated they are pure rubbish in the worst sense of the word, check out Gunnar Hansen chainsaw confidential memoir,also a recommended title/5(7).
A brief look at Shaun Hutson's sleazetastic slasher novel Chainsaw Terror! (, Pocket) by Warner Lee AKA B.W. Battin | Vintage Horror Book Review - Duration: Paperback. Chainsaw Terror, written by Shaun Hutson under the pen name Nick Blake, was published in by Star publishing. This book was originally published in the US, but was banned in the UK by W.H. Smith for the use of the word 'Chainsaw' in the title. It was published again by Star in , heavily edited and under the title Come The Night. ‘Chainsaw Terror’ is a book that has a pretty clear purpose and achieves it. I wouldn’t call it good, but it is nauseatingly and memorably violent. The gritty scenes of murder and the London vice scene are more reminiscent of the dark crime books Hutson has come to write later in his career, than the horror we was writing at the same time. In , Avatar Press began to release Texas Chainsaw Massacre comics, set in the continuity of the remake of the original film, but serving as prequels to the film. The comics had a multitude of variant covers, such as "Gore", "Terror" and "Die Cut". The first comic released, a one-shot entitled The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Special (written by Brian .