FilmApe’s review published on Letterboxd:
"It's like death eating a cracker, isn't it? Huh? HUH!?"
In terms of set design and set decoration, there are few films that compare to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. The lair of the family is absolutely insane. There is not enough that can be said or written about the amount of detail and creativity that went into making that lair what it is. And really it is not just the lair that has a lot of detail, but the radio station as well. It honestly feels like every little detail was considered in regards to the sets and locations, and that makes the film all the better.