Less a sequel than a remake gussied up with a couple of contemporary flourishes, this cruel and superfluous follow-up to the groundbreaking meat movie THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, written and directed by original Saw
coscripter Kim Henkel, has
been kicking around for more than a year. It's finally getting a theatrical release on the strength of stars Renee Zellweger and Matthew McConaughey, who've both rocketed to oh-so-bankable stardom since testing the waters with this regional production. Smart social outcast Jenny (Zellweger) and
three of her friends leave their high-school prom and take a very wrong turn onto a dusty back road. Before you can say, "Don'...