Texas Chainsaw 3D Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 27326

Average Rating: 1.8/4

# of Ratings: 32

Theatrical Release Date: 01/04/2013

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 05/14/2013

Language: English

Genre: Horror

MPAA Rating: R

Director: John Luessenhop

Actors: Alexandra Daddario, Tania Raymonde, Scott Eastwood, Bill Moseley, Richard Riehle, Dan Yeager

Plot: A young woman receives news on an inheritance in Texas. Yet this windfall comes with a price to pay in the form of cannibalistic family, including a certain chainsaw-wielding maniac. -- Chris Kavan

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Marcos - wrote on 10/19/2014

I wasn't surprised But that doesn't mean I also wasn't disappointed.

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smokiediebear - wrote on 02/17/2014

My wife and I loved this movie. If your not critical of new concepts and ideas and your not too attached to the originals this is a great movie. The concept of how everything came to be was awesome, the names where changed for this movie, but that works. I loved how they began the movie in the old style picking up where it was left off on the 70's version. Plenty of gore and action. Seriously need to give this movie a try, just keep a open mind, and forget the other movies during the play of this one.

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dukeakasmudge - wrote on 01/21/2014

After reading & hearing so many bad reviews for TCM3D I went in thinking I was absolutely going to hate it but it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.I loved the way it started off but when it switched from past to present that's when I really expected that I would start hating it but I didn't.I enjoyed the movie up until the part where I guess I was suppose to feel sorry for Leatherface.It didn't make me hate the movie but it did make me feel WEIRD.Who's really going to feel sorry for Leatherface!? I didn't find TCM3D to be all that bad, Maybe just strange especially with the final plot twist & the way it ended.I do wish I would've gone to see it in 3D at the theater

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Could have been a lot better

Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 03/22/2013

This is the only entry in the Texas Chainsaw franchise that I have seen, so there is probably a lot here I’m missing. Meaning: there are probably a bunch of things that fans of the series cringed at that I was unfazed by simply due to ignorance. If your looking for a review from a Texas Chainsaw fan then look elsewhere.

The movie starts off with a very cliché first half. I may have not seen the other Texas Chainsaw movies but I know the tropes of the genre when I see them. A teen girl and her friends go to a creepy old house in the middle of nowhere and are killed by some unknown evil (in this case some kind of chainsaw massacre guy,) they are promptly picked off one by one and at some point two of them have sex. I know the drill. It was boring. I was surprised how little …


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Good flick however longing for the 2003 storyline!

Lee - wrote on 01/16/2013

Being an avid horror genre fan, I have pretty much seen em' all... That includes each and every one that carries The Texas Chainsaw Massacre moniker. Found part one to be sort of a letdown as to how many individuals i know that told me how scary it was, and then seeing it i found it more of the macabre then anything. Texas 2 was next in line and that was hilarious more than anything..'Bubba you burnt my plate, you hog bitch!!!' still remains as one of my all time movie sayings. Forgettting all the rest up until The Texas Chainsaw reboot as they just quite plainly ... sucked. The reboot trailer once again brought back my interest in this crazy franchise as along casting Jessica Biel, the director cast a great bunch of nobodys which i felt would put some spark in this franchise, and it …

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SPOILERS The worst of the franchise reboots, by fa

mitchellyoung - wrote on 01/15/2013

The scariest moments of this film are in the opening credits montage, which revisits some of the more unsettling moments from the 1974 original in 3-D. I'll make no secret that I am no fan of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. I don't dislike horror films (I think the Shining is one of the best films ever made,) but I don't think TCM has much to offer, beyond plumbing the depths of human depravity. The first film, though thoroughly unlikable, at least was consistently scary, and the zero budget level of production value added to the documentary-like feel of the film. Beyond that first film (which is a well-made piece of horror,) the rest of the franchise is a collection of ludicrous and increasingly gory horror cliches. This latest entry to the series is especially …

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