Joe’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is the rare movie that may actually be worse (or at least harder to sit through) in a theater than at home. What seems like a pleasantly batshit excursion into Tobe Hooper's uniquely macabre (and Texan) sense of humor on the small screen becomes overwhelmingly loud and ultimately grating on the big one - I used to not understand why people hated this, now I do. Give it a try on Blu-ray, though, perhaps with frequent pauses to look up bands and/or Dennis Hopper anecdotes on the internet, you may find it more rewarding.
Or ... I just wasn't in the right mood for it last night.