Texas Chainsaw 3D

4.8 IMDb
3 January 2013 Release
$ 20 000 000 Budget
92 min Duration
Genres:Horror, Thriller
Year:2013
Country:USA
Director:John Luessenhop
Writers:Adam Marcus, Debra Sullivan
7 Votes
43%

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TEXAS CHAINSAW continues the legendary story of the homicidal Sawyer family, Picking up Tobe Hooper's 1974 horror classic in Newt, Texas, where for decades people went missing without a trace, Decades later and hundreds of miles away from the original massacre, a young woman named Heather learns she has inherited a Texas estate from a Grandmother she never knew she had, After embarking on a road trip with her friends to uncover her roots, she finds she finds she is the sole owner of a lavish, isolated Victorian mansion, But her newfound wealth comes at a price when she stumbles upon a horror that awaits her in the mansion's dark cellars.

Movie Comments

  1. hellholehorror, 2 weeks ago
    The tone and style were probably the closest to the original film out of all the sequels, prequels and remakes so far. The film started very much like the original but changed into a strange morality tale where you felt compassion for Leatherface. I would have preferred to see him solely as the villain. It's still a fun ride with plenty of violence and slightly tacky 3D elements. The first true sequel with the same spirit is as you would hope. Shame it took nearly 40 years.
  2. Ilikehorrormovies, 2 weeks ago
    I think the story of this movie is bad including the acting. I'd thought the cast is alright but the clichè is all over the place. It almost like I'm watching Rob Zombie HalloweeN II (2009) again. I gave this movie a 2.5/10 because the death scenes are good but I heard it's a 3D movie but it doesn't feel like a 3D movie.
  3. Platypuschow, 2 weeks ago
    Now having watched all but the most recent venture for Leatherface I can confidently say that I'm not sold on the franchise. How its become a household name I cannot figure out, I only assume its riding off the first movies controversy.

    Almost 40yrs after that first movie was released TCM went 3D and delivered what I believe it be the best movie in the franchise.

    Starring Alexandra Daddario, Tania Raymonde and Scott Eastwood we see a girl return home for her inheritance only to discover her origins are rooted in blood.

    Though the movie doesn't bring anything new to the table it is well enough made and strengthened by a mostly decent cast.

    Alas however this is not a sequel and yet another much not needed reboot so expect more origins and less continuation of the Sawyer legacy.

    Expectedly gory, mostly well acted and interesting enough to keep my attention this has shown that the TCM franchise has potential but just fails to capitalise.

    The Good:

    Decent cast

    The Bad:

    It's still a reboot

    Something about this Leatherface felt off

    Things I Learnt From This Movie:

    Tania Raymonde's character will have got a lot of tips at the store

    Raymonde & Daddario together in a film was too much distraction for my simple mind to handle

    Tania Raymonde's character contains enough blood to fill the grand canyon and doesn't require it to operate

    Rule 1 of a TCM movie, don't trust anyone

    Scott Eastwood is just terrible, I mean seriously the guy never improves

    Daddario would make a great villain
  4. longcooljolie, 2 weeks ago
    This movie was on Tubi and I clicked on it mistakenly thinking it was the 2003 remake, which is actually quite good. Realizing my mistake, I went ahead to see what this movie had to offer. It starts off with a rehash of scenes from the mid 70s movie that show all the carnage at the very end.

    Guess what? This sequel tries to make some cockamamie story about how that blonde girl who got away in the pickup truck called the cops on the people in the Chainsaw House and what happened after that. THEN, once that gets resolved within five minutes, the action jumps ahead to the present day, 2012.

    I'll spare you any more details because honestly, this movie isn't worth the time or effort. There is a whole new troupe of attractive young people who get caught in the clutches of a 21st century chainsaw killer. It's so badly directed and acted it would almost be laughable if it weren't so obvious they were trying to make a serious movie.

    Think of this in the same way as the effect that "Batman and Robin" had on the Batman franchise before Christopher Nolan rebooted it 10 years later. Well, maybe it isn't such a good comparison because "Batman and Robin" is high cinematic art compared to this big pile of steaming Texas meadow patty.