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* CigarChomper: Bracken is ''never'' seen without a cigar, even unlit.


* ThrowItIn: The scene of the tennis player victim wetting herself had the actress actually wet herself due to the chainsaw being too close to her and the director decided to keep it.

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* ThrowItIn: The scene of the tennis player victim wetting herself had the actress actually wet herself due to the chainsaw being too close to her and the director decided to keep it.


* AcCENTUponTheWrongSylLABle: The groundskeeper and initial prime suspect Willard is always called Will-Ard.

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* AcCENTUponTheWrongSylLABle: AccentUponTheWrongSyllable: The groundskeeper and initial prime suspect Willard is always called Will-Ard.


* BigWordShout: After finding Suzy's corpse, horrified Mary goes outside, and after exchanging few words with equally horrified Kendall, starts screaming "BASTAAARD! BASTAAARD! ''BASTAAARD!!!"'' in frustration. It simply must [[{{Narm}} be seen to be believed.]]

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* BigWordShout: After finding Suzy's corpse, horrified Mary goes outside, and after exchanging few words with equally horrified Kendall, starts screaming "BASTAAARD! BASTAAARD! ''BASTAAARD!!!"'' in frustration. It simply must [[{{Narm}} be seen to be believed.]]

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* StockFootage: Some of the exteriors were unused footage from Simon's 1979 film ''Film/SupersonicMan''.

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* AcCENTUponTheWrongSylLABle: The groundskeeper and initial prime suspect Willard is always called Will-Ard.


* CaliforniaDoubling: Set in Boston and is partly shot there, with Madrid, Spain used for some locations.


* TakeThat: The "You don't have to go to Texas for a chainsaw massacre!" tagline is one at ''Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre''.

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* TakeThat: The "You don't have to go to Texas for a chainsaw massacre!" tagline is one at ''Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre''.''Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre''.


* BigWordShout: After finding Suzy's corpse, horrified Mary goes outside, and after exchanging few words with equally horrified Kendall, starts screaming "BASTAAARD! BASTAAARD! ''BASTAAARD!!!"'' in frustration.

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* BigWordShout: After finding Suzy's corpse, horrified Mary goes outside, and after exchanging few words with equally horrified Kendall, starts screaming "BASTAAARD! BASTAAARD! ''BASTAAARD!!!"'' in frustration. It simply must [[{{Narm}} be seen to be believed.]]


A SlasherMovie from the year 1982, directed by Juan Piquer Simón (aka J.P. Simon), who also did ''Film/{{Slugs}}''.

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A SlasherMovie from the year 1982, directed by Juan Piquer Simón (aka J.P. Simon), who also did ''Film/{{Slugs}}''.
''Film/{{Slugs}}'' and ''Film/PodPeople''

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* {{Corpsing}}: Ian Sera was clearly cracking up during up during Linda Day George's "Bastard!" scream.

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* BigBad: [[spoiler:The Dean]] turns out to be the killer.


* FreudianExcuse: The killer's reason for going insane? His mother took away his pornographic jigsaw puzzle.

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* FreudianExcuse: The killer's reason for going insane? His mother took away his pornographic jigsaw puzzle. The killer [[spoiler:dresses his corpse-puzzle in the dress that his mother wore during her death, suggesting that the whole project is [[FrankensteinsMonster a twisted attempt to bring her back]]. The ending has the thing coming to life, so it may have succeeded]].



* MommyIssues: The killer [[spoiler:dresses his corpse-puzzle in the dress that his mother wore during her death, suggesting that the whole project is [[FrankensteinsMonster a twisted attempt to bring her back]]. The ending has the thing coming to life, so it may have succeeded]].

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