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Texas Chainsaw 3D Synopsis

Lionsgate’s Texas Chainsaw 3D continues the legendary story of the homicidal Sawyer family, picking up where Tobe Hooper’s 1974 horror classic left off in Newt, Texas, where for decades people went missing without a trace. The townspeople long suspected the Sawyer family, owners of a local barbeque pit, were somehow responsible. Their suspicions were finally confirmed one hot summer day when a young woman escaped the Sawyer house following the brutal murders of her four friends. Word around the small town quickly spread, and a vigilante mob of enraged locals surrounded the Sawyer stronghold, burning it to the ground and killing every last member of the family – or so they thought.

Decades later and hundreds of miles away from the original massacre, a young woman named Heather learns that she has inherited a Texas estate from a grandmother she never knew she had. 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.
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Leatherface Will Eat More Flesh In Texas Chainsaw 3D Prequel Leatherface Will Eat More Flesh In Texas Chainsaw 3D Prequel
Have you ever had a feeling of déjà vu set to the cacophonous co-mingling of guttural screams and a rumbling chainsaw? Millennium Films is reportedly moving forward with their second installment in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, and they’ve hired under-the-radar screenwriter Seth M. Sherwood to handle the script. They’re calling it Leatherface, which was also the title of Jeff Burr’s third series entry, and it’s going to be a prequel, which is basically what 2006’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning was. I’m going to go watch a serpent eat itself for a while.

Leatherface Will Eat More Flesh In Texas Chainsaw 3D Prequel

Texas Chainsaw 3D Sequel Not Happening Quite Yet Texas Chainsaw 3D Sequel Not Happening Quite Yet
Just a little while after revealing that the next teven Spielberg sci-fi action blockbuster won't happen this year, Deadline is reporting that the proposed sequel to Texas Chainsaw 3D - which was "announced" just yesterday - may not actually happen. While the site had learned from producer and Millennium Films founder Avi Lerner that the project was a go, apparently "the green light wasn’t Avi’s to give" and the truth is that no progress has yet been made on a follow-up.

Texas Chainsaw 3D Sequel Not Happening Quite Yet

Another Texas Chainsaw Movie Is Already In The Works Another Texas Chainsaw Movie Is Already In The Works
This past weekend Texas Chainsaw 3D pulled off something nobody saw coming. With a take of $21.7 million the film managed to dethrone The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey from the top of the box office charts to become the number one film in America. It was a disappointing turn of events due to the fact that the movie was critically reviled, but the situation actually gets worse: the success has already inspired development of a sequel.

Another Texas Chainsaw Movie Is Already In The Works

Texas Chainsaw 3D Sequel May Be In The Works Texas Chainsaw 3D Sequel May Be In The Works
Already, the feature with an estimated budget of $8 million has made $23 mil, so talk of a sequel was bound to surface in short order. Bloody Disgusting has a source that claims Texas Chainsaw 3D producers will move forward on a sequel, and the site insists there could be as many as six more movies on the way.

Texas Chainsaw 3D Sequel May Be In The Works

Weekend Box Office: Texas Chainsaw Butchers Its Way To New Year Number One Weekend Box Office: Texas Chainsaw Butchers Its Way To New Year Number One
The New Year started off with a bit of horror, with Texas Chainsaw 3D marking the eighth time the story franchise has been sent to the big screen.

Weekend Box Office: Texas Chainsaw Butchers Its Way To New Year Number One

Texas Chainsaw 3D Surprises With A Win At Friday Box Office Texas Chainsaw 3D Surprises With A Win At Friday Box Office
With generally negative reviews that still seemed a little astonished that it wasn't more awful, Texas Chainsaw 3D seems a slight cut above the usual dreck that comes out in the first week of January-- and the box office is rewarding it in turn. Early Friday box office estimates say Texas Chainsaw will rank above all the huge holiday holdovers this weekend

Texas Chainsaw 3D Surprises With A Win At Friday Box Office

This Rotten Week: Predicting Texas Chainsaw 3D Reviews And A Look Back At This Rotten Year This Rotten Week: Predicting Texas Chainsaw 3D Reviews And A Look Back At This Rotten Year
Well 2012 is winding down and I don’t know about you but I’m sad to see it go. It’s been a good year. (So-so with the predictions, but me personally? I’m good.) We end the year with a buzz (of a chainsaw) as some kids head back down to Texas for a little reunion with Leatherface

This Rotten Week: Predicting Texas Chainsaw 3D Reviews And A Look Back At This Rotten Year

Texas Chainsaw 3D Rings In The New Year With Chilling New Teaser Texas Chainsaw 3D Rings In The New Year With Chilling New Teaser
Rarely is the word “Happy” associated with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. So kudos to Lionsgate for coming up with an unconventional, creepy Happy New Year tie-in for their upcoming reboot of the Massacre franchise, which will arrive in theaters on Jan. 4. Interested in how Leatherface is wringing in the New Year? See for yourself inside:

Texas Chainsaw 3D Rings In The New Year With Chilling New Teaser

Texas Chainsaw 3D Gets A New Poster For New York Comic Con Texas Chainsaw 3D Gets A New Poster For New York Comic Con
You may see the letters "NYCC" a lot this week if you're browsing around news from the movie world, and that's because New York Comic Con is in full swing and will be through Sunday. While not nearly as big as San Diego Comic Con in July, there is typically at least some good stuff that comes out of the event for movie fans. And the latest one is a new poster for the upcoming horror film Texas Chainsaw 3D.

Texas Chainsaw 3D Gets A New Poster For New York Comic Con

Leatherface Returns In First Trailer For Texas Chainsaw 3D Leatherface Returns In First Trailer For Texas Chainsaw 3D
It started in 1974 with Tobe Hooper's classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. That film spawned a number of sequels, but the whole franchise was rebooted in 2003 with Marcus Nispel's remake. This was followed by a prequel in 2006 titled The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, but once again its reboot time as director John Luessenhop and Lionsgate have come together to bring back Leatherface in Texas Chainsaw 3D. And now the first trailer for the reboot is online.

Leatherface Returns In First Trailer For Texas Chainsaw 3D

Texas Chainsaw 3D Poster Reveals Familiar Face Of Horror Texas Chainsaw 3D Poster Reveals Familiar Face Of Horror
John Luessenhop directs this new Texas Chainsaw (which drops the “Massacre”), following Heather Miller (Alexandra Daddario, Hall Pass, Percy Jackson & The Olympians) on a trip back to Texas to collect an inheritance. There, she encounters a chainsaw-wielding maniac. Body parts fly.

Texas Chainsaw 3D Poster Reveals Familiar Face Of Horror

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