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He is contacted by Stretch, who brings him a copy of the audio tape that recorded the attack.
Lefty asks Stretch to play the tape on her nightly radio show so the public, which had previously mocked his case, will have to listen to him.
During its theatrical release, the film grossed million against its .7 million budget and became popular on home video.
The sequel received a mixed reception from critics and audiences alike; both positives and negatives referred to its emphasis on black comedy and gore, and departing from the first film's utilized minimal gore, low-budget vérité style and atmosphere to build tension and fear.
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Roger Ebert believes the movie fails because “the movie goes flat-out from one end to the other, never spending any time on pacing, on timing, on the anticipation of horror.
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Leatherface corners Stretch and is about to kill her, but she charms him into sparing her. to their home, followed by Stretch, who is trapped inside the Sawyer home, an abandoned carnival ground decorated with human bones, multi-colored lights, and carnival remnants.
Leatherface returns to Chop Top and leads him to believe that he has killed Stretch. Lefty, who has been following their car all along, arrives equipped with chainsaws and trashes the home before he finds Franklin's remains. Drayton Sawyer (Jim Siedow) finds Stretch roaming the grounds of their underground cave and the family capture her.
After it was submitted to the MPAA in the United States, the film received an "X" rating, prompting the filmmakers to release it as unrated.
However, TV previews, theatrical trailers and even posters for the film displayed the written statement: "Due to the nature of this film, no-one under 17 will be admitted".