Top 7 Chainsaw Killers Who Aren't From Texas (With One NSFW Video)
Patrick Bateman: Though not overly dedicated to the chainsaw as a murder weapon, Bateman is the sole known master of the long-distance chainsaw kill. Granted, he has gravity on his side when he takes out his victim, but the feat alone is impressive enough to warrant him a place on the list until a Doom game invents a gun that shoots chainsaws.
See also: Jason Voorhees: Dark Christ Figure?
Fin Shepherd: Also worth mentioning in the field of improbable dexterity is the one and only surfer/badass supreme Fin Shepherd from the cult hit Sharknado which in case you didn't see it was basically what would happen if "It's Raining Men" was secretly about Jaws. I could describe this scene, but I fervently believe that any critic attempting to portray any aspect of Sharknado with mere words deserves to be beaten to death with a dictionary. You'll just have to watch the vid.
The Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers: Now, when I tell you that no film can ever be more ridiculously awesome than Sharknado, I'm lying. Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers takes more piss out of the movie industry than the Los Angeles sewer system. It's technically a noir mystery, but when you start talking about an ancient Egyptian chainsaw cult then you've died and gone to Satire Heaven. It is also the most quotable film you've never seen.
Detective: And then what happened.
Hooker: I took out a sexual enhancement device.
Detective: Puts a chainsaw on the table. Was this it?
Oh, and Gunnar Hansen is the head priest of the chainsaw cult, because of course he is.
Michael Tso and Fai, The Hitman: To find the true chainsaw master warriors, though, you have to go to Hong Kong where Conan Lee and Gordon Liu (Pai Me from Kill Bill) duked it out in the ultimate chainsaw kung fu fight to the death in 1988's Tiger on Beat. That has to be a mistranslation. There's no way this scene exists in a movie and they didn't call the movie something like Chainsaw Duel. I refuse to believe it.
What follows is two straight minutes of bloody combat that has never and will never be equaled in the realm of chainsaw murder. If these two mortal enemies could put aside their differences they could easily take out the entire rest of the list as well as the original Leatherface family with enough saw left over to sculpt a giant middle finger out of ice. I'm sorry, but the score is Texas 1, Hong Kong EVERYTHING!