Texas Chainsaw 3D

R 4.8
2013 1 hr 32 min Horror , Thriller

A young woman learns that she has inherited a Texas estate from her deceased grandmother. After embarking on a road trip with friends to uncover her roots, she finds she is the sole owner of a lavish, isolated Victorian mansion. But her newfound wealth comes at a price as she stumbles upon a horror that awaits her in the mansion’s dank cellars.

  • Cast:
    Alexandra Daddario , Dan Yeager , Trey Songz , Tania Raymonde , Paul Rae , Thom Barry , Scott Eastwood

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Reviews

Console
2013/01/04

best movie i've ever seen.

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Bereamic
2013/01/05

Awesome Movie

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Salubfoto
2013/01/06

It's an amazing and heartbreaking story.

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Billy Ollie
2013/01/07

Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable

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Michael Ledo
2013/01/08

This is one of the weirdest, unexpected sequels since Halloween 3. The film opens with a quick flashback and picks up exactly where the last one leaves off. The police, along with some vigilantes torch the Sawyer house with the murdering cannibals inside. A little girl is saved and raised by one of the vigilantes. Now that she is grown, (Alexandra Daddario) Heather discovers she is adopted and the sole heir to the Sawyer plantation in Texas.She travels there with 3 college mates and picks up a person along the way, because the unwritten code of a Texas Chainsaw movie is the hitchhiker/rider. As it turns out, she is not the only heir left and you come to sympathize with the cannibal with a chainsaw.The film has its share of severed bodies, blood, and gore. The 3D action is climaxed with a chainsaw tossed at the camera. Remember this is a sequel. Keep the expectations low.Parental Guide: F-bombs. Implied sex. No nudity. Tania Raymonde bra/panties. Alexandra Daddario open shirt cleavage...and how did her shirt become buttoned shut once it was ripped open?

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Ilikehorrormovies
2013/01/09

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.

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ivo-cobra8
2013/01/10

*MAJOR SPOILERS* This is absolutely garbage STINKER the worst horror movie sequel ever made! The Texas Chain Saw Massacre was always the worst horror franchise and the sequels are absolutely the worst horror films! Texas Chainsaw 3D is a peace a garbage movie! It is so bad material film that everyone in this movie is awful, the acting is trash, the writing is lazy the direction is terrible. Everyone from the actors and actresses in this movie are asshole and a scumbag they are not likable. I did not care about any of the characters and I did not had any mourn for leatherface at all. I hate this franchise and I blame Marilyn Burns for this disappointment failure! Who wrote this crap anyway? Why did Marilyn Burns return after 38 years in a cameo role to play the villain on the end of the film? She played a heroine in 1974 Sally Hardesty a likable beautiful character a hero and a soul survivor that everyone loved including me. But suddenly she played an aunt of leatherface on the end of the movie in a cameo role she played accomplice to a villain psycho serial killer! Just why? She sold her soul only to get a gab cash to get a paycheck. She was awful and she lost a respect by me because of this movie. She had a cameo role in Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation why? Only to get a paycheck I guess. I hate this franchise and I hate the actress for making a cameo role to play a villain to a serial killer leatherface. Did Heather Langenkamp return in A Nightmare on Elm Street sequels to play a villain? No. Did Jamie Lee Curtis from Halloween return to play a villain in any of the Halloween sequels? no. Did Amy Steel from Friday the 13th Part 2 return to play in any Friday the 13th sequels to play accomplice to a serial killer, no. Did Lar Park-Lincoln from Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood return to play the accomplice to a serial killer in the sequel's no. Did Lisa Wilcox from a Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master return in any of the sequels to play a cameo role a villain? No! No one of the actresses who played a heroine returned in a sh**ty cameo role but Marilyn Burns did that, that is why she lost my respect.This movie sucks a dick, should it suppose to be a family horror film or something? I did not cheer or mourn for any of the characters in this movie they were all assholes and unlikable! This movie turn in to a lead character Heather (Alexandra Daddario) from a shi**less victim, from a heroine to a villain in this film! Heather's friends are brutally murdered by Leatherface, whom she discovers to be her cousin, she feels sorry for him and loves him because he's "family?! It's not even like he's a close relative. She doesn't even know him. One minute she's scared sh**less of him and the next she loves him AND helps him kill a couple more people?? Are we supposed to believe that her thought process was: "Oh, hey Cuz, you just knocked me out in the kitchen, almost cut me up with a chainsaw in a coffin, tried killing me by flipping our van, chased me through a carnival with a chainsaw forcing me to hang on to a Ferris Wheel for my life AND killed all of my friends. But that's all okay.. I forgive you because we're family. Now I'm going to help you kill people and take care of you for the rest of my life." All I could say was... Seriously... wtf just happened. She stabs a guy with a working tool fork trampled him and than she throw a chainsaw to Leatherface helped him to kill more people wtf! Her friends were all assholes the black guy who played Heather's boyfriend was cheating her with her best friend Nikki (Tania Raymonde). Her best friend Nikki is a junkie addicted to drugs we see her smoking a pot, that guy who played Darryl was a user and a thief he was stealing from the Sawyer house and he let leatherface out because of him people died. Alexandra Daddario stinks! She is the worst awful horrible actress in the movie business ever and Scott Eastwood is also horrible in this STINKER movie ever. F 1/10The original was a classic and a perfect good film. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 sucks too only Dennis Hopper was good in it. Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III in my opinion is the best sequel movie I like. We at least have likable characters we have young Viggo Mortensen, Ken Foree from Dawn of the Dead (1978) and of course Kate Hodge better actress and heroine than ugly Alexandra Daddario - her acting was horrible in this movie! The 2003 remake was awesome it was my first film of the TCM I saw and Jessica Biel was awesome bad ass and likable heroine she was Miles way better than Alexandra Daddario. I did not see Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation or The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning yet and I never will!

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Bluesman
2013/01/11

Even on second viewing three and a half years later, the above line is still one of the most cringe-worthy I have ever heard.I rated 'Texas Chainsaw' 2/10 back in January 2013 and I stand by my rating after watching it a second time. Even though it looks good, has a creepy atmosphere (at least in and around grandma's house) and some nice splatter scenes to offer plus a beautiful lead actress (Alexandra Daddario) going for it, this movie is an absolute mess.First off, a real problem with 'Texas Chainsaw' is the fact that it takes place in the present but still is supposed to be a direct sequel to the original 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' (1974). We know that the events in the first movie took place in 1973 and Heather was a little baby at that time. 'Texas Chainsaw' supposedly takes place in October of 2012 (grandma's day of death is September 29, 2012 according to her tombstone). That would make Heather 39 but she looks to be in her early twenties at the most. We see a number of townspeople and the sheriff in the scenes that take place in 1973 and they don't look much older later on in the present-day scenes, let alone 40 years older.So when you watch the movie and do the math, you probably come to the conclusion that the movie must be taking place in 1993 or something. Heather's boyfriend drives an old Volkswagen bus and there are no cellphones or computers to be seen. The early '90s scenario seems plausible for about half of the movie until one of the sheriff's guys pulls out an iPhone and live streams his search of grandma's house. Now the timeline is completely ruined and the people who made 'Texas Chainsaw' knew it.When you closely observe the movie, you will notice a few times when we see the date "August 19" but the year "1973" is not shown on purpose. One time we see the date on an old newspaper but the year is smudged out. Another time we see it on a tombstone but the year is obscured by grass. Very curious indeed. There is however one time where the complete date "08/18/1973" can be seen on a police report. That was probably overlooked. All this is distracting and it makes you wonder but I wouldn't consider it a major flaw if the movie was otherwise good. Nevertheless, it would have been a much better idea to have the movie take place in the early '90s to not mess up the continuity.Another problem with 'Texas Chainsaw' are Heather's friends, who must be some of the most generic supporting characters ever. That's probably why they are killed off early on. The evil town people are not much better. The acting is mediocre at best but that is a relatively minor issue compared to the horrendous script with its thin and ludicrous plot.It's incredible how anyone would approve a script that constitutes Leatherface's murderous family as victims of the bad townspeople. It is completely ridiculous that Leatherface, a notorious mindless murder machine, in this installment of the series is depicted as a poor backward guy who is just out for a little revenge on the people who did him and his family wrong years ago. Sure, he kills mostly just innocent people on his way to revenge, but he doesn't know any better, right? Insanity! Leatherface always was a cold-blooded killer, nothing else. He didn't have an agenda in the previous movies. He just killed. Period.'Texas Chainsaw' tries to depict Leatherface as a kind of victim and fails badly at it. The fact that Heather bonds with cousin Leatherface the way it is shown here after he just chopped up all of her friends doesn't make sense at all. She actually begs the sheriff not to shoot poor Leatherface and what's even more unbelievable is that he complies. Yes, the sheriff indeed lets Leatherface go after he rampaged at the town fair, brutally murdered a couple of innocent people and gruesomely cut up one of the sheriff's own men.Not enough lunacy? The sheriff just tells Heather and Leatherface to clean up the mess and walks away from the crime scene. What gives?! Nobody in their right mind would act like Heather and the sheriff do here. I tell you, nobody. Such a behavior is far from believable and almost an insult to anyone's intelligence. Maybe a plot as ridiculous as this would work if it was done as a horror comedy, but 'Texas Chainsaw' is dead serious and that makes it all the more bizarre.The only scene that is really good is a very short one that comes after the closing credits: Heather's foster parents ring at her door talking about how much they love her now that she has money and then Leatherface comes out of the house swinging his chainsaw. Sure, it's a pretty stupid idea that Heather would actually let Leatherface kill off the people that raised her for many years even after finding out what they did, but the tongue-in-cheek way it is done in this short scene makes it really funny. Sadly, there is nothing of this funniness in the actual movie. I reckon the movie could have been much better if it was done in that over-the-top style similar to 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2' (1986).'Texas Chainsaw' needs the audience to take a plot seriously that just can't be taken seriously and that is the big problem. It doesn't work. I'm sure most people have a facepalm-feeling at the end of the movie. I certainly would be surprised if you don't cringe when you hear "Do your thing, cuz!"

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