Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Update: Texas Chainsaw 3D gets greenlit for a sequel

Jan 10
Update: Looks like according to the rights holders. This isn't to say it will never happen, but that those saying it would really had no right to. After pulling in over 23 million dollars since it came out, it's no surp... read
Sharpen your chainsaws, because Leatherface is back!
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise has certainly had its ups and downs. The original film shocked a nation with its brutality when it exploded onto the scene in 1974, but the three that followed were a lot more goofy ... read feature

Arty posters for extremely un-arty Texas Chainsaw 3D

Dec 18
Leatherface is set to return to theaters once again (sigh) this January 4 in Texas Chainsaw 3D, and, as the title suggests, this time he's coming back in 3D (sigh). In all honesty the film looks pretty damn dull and dire... read

Trailer: Texas Chainsaw 3D

Nov 30
Can't really call this a new trailer. This is just a shorter cut version of the first trailer. So...I guess if you didn't catch the first trailer for Texas Chainsaw 3DDDDDDDD, and don't have a lot of time, you should check i... read

LOST's Tania Raymonde set to get chainsawed

Jul 13
Like it or not, they're making a new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie. Not much was known about the flick when we first reported on it, other than the completely unsurprising revelation that it would be filmed for 3D. Thanks to ... read

Alamo Drafthouse's Rolling Roadshow - Texas edition

Jun 01
Fun Fact: I was almost born in Texas, and I've always secretly wished I had been. I mean come on, Texas is the land of ranches, steak, beer, and of course the epitome of cinematic coolness: The Alamo Drafthouse. Seriously, th... read

Yet another Texas Chainsaw Massacre coming - in 3D this time

Nov 02
Freddy, Jason, Mike Myers. These are slashed film characters that warranted a sequel to their film. Maybe not as many as they got, but multiple films were at least excusable. Leatherface on the other hand shouldn't have gone... read

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