RIP: Marilyn Burns from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre dies

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  1. Zyro

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    It's Howard related because that house was full of wackpackers.

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    The heroine of the original "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" ... Marilyn Burns was found dead today at her home in Texas ... TMZ has learned.

    Burns was found by a family member in Houston.

    Burns became a cult superstar after the release of the 1974 horror flick. Her character, Sally Hardesty, is the sole survivor of Leatherface's bloody rampage.

    She was 65 years old.


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    Leather Face finally got her! :bigcry:
     
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    It was either death by Leather Face and his chainsaw or rape by the Black truck driver. Either way she was fucked
     
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    That movie must be one of Richard's faaaaaavorites
     
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    Motel Hell
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    OMG, I love that movie. I saw it in the theater when it came out (yes, rate my comment "OLD") and I almost had a heart attack. So fucking scary and great. RIP. :(
     
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    It takes all kinds of critters to make Farmer Vincents fritters...
     
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    I met her last year at a Texas Chainsaw reunion at a horror convention. She was very friendly towards her fans. Still not that bad lookin' either.

    RIP Marilyn.
     
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    Never watched any of those movies, but I thought Chainsaw and Dave were cool in Summer School.



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    That movie scared the living shit outta me when I was younger. :scared:
     
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    The Yakety Sax ending
     
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    She was the original scream queen/survival girl. Part of one of the best horror movies of all time.

    Like it or not, Hooper redefined horror and changed the genre forever. As much as Romero did. And when you hear about how chaotic and crazy and doomed the production of TCM was, it's almost miraculous that it not only triumphed in the long run, but became an instant classic.

    While I won't lose sleep over her passing, she helped shape terror on film and deserves a spot in the Horror Movie Pantheon. As much as Jaimie Lee Curtis and Janet Leigh. Also, she was pretty hot.
     
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