This film while feeling extremely low-budget and dated, can still have some entertainment value in it. The acting is fairly horror cliche and as my friends and I discussed, it felt like there were two different cinematographers working on it, one doing standard shots and the other working on beautiful or clever camera workings. This is definitely one of those movies where the villain is more iconic than the film itself, but it's still enjoyable to see.
Is it worth watching?
With friends absolutely, maybe with yourself and with family no not really. For those few seconds of chainsaw flailing at the end? Most definitely.