Decades ago, residents of Newt, Texas, long suspected that the Sawyer family was responsible for the disappearances of many people. When their suspicions finally were confirmed, vigilantes torched the Sawyer compound and killed every member of the family -- or so they thought. Much later, a young woman named Heather (Alexandra Daddario) learns that she has inherited Texas property from an unknown relative, and she is unaware of horrors that await in the mansion's dank cellar.
Release Date: January 04, 2013
Director: John Luessenhop
Producer: Carl Mazzocone
Cast: Richard Riehle, Marilyn Burns, Bill Moseley, Shaun Sipos, Tania Raymonde, Paul Rae, Thom Barry, John Dugan, Alexandra Daddario, Scott Eastwood, Trey Songz, Dan Yeager
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I made the mistake of seeing the original when I was a teenager and still wish I never saw it. I can't imagine sitting through it again, even in 3D. I would recommend that you stay far away from this one. There is nothing good in it.January 5th, 2013 · Details
The film contains a vengeance theme, extensive gruesome violence, including killings by chainsaw and axe, drug use, pervasive profane, rough and crude language and sexual banter... See Full Review
There's nothing thrilling about summarily dispatching everybody who isn't meant to survive to the credits, nothing entertaining about meathook-, hatchet- and chainsaw-murdering that we've seen scores of times... See Full Review
Texas Chainsaw 3D is the sixth movie to cannibalize the original 1974 masterpiece of slaughterhouse terror. It's yet another attempt to squeeze a few more gory, fetid, limb-severing, bodily-fluid-oozing shocks out of material that should have been deep-sixed a long time ago... See Full Review