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Texas Chainsaw

Rated R for strong grisly violence and language throughout.

R In Theaters 01/4/2013 , 92min.
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Critic score based on 17 reviews

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February 03, 2013
I have them all!,,So wasnt shur what to expect.Very surprised it was as good as it was!..alot of remakes are such disappointments..but not this one!
January 14, 2013
Took the girlfriend to this and gotta say I was pleasantly surprised by this movie
January 11, 2013
I took my husband to see this, reluctantly, for his birthday since this is his type of movie. I was actually surprised. I not only liked it, I loved it. The 3D wasn't that amazing but the movie was. In my opinion, I even liked it better than the originals.
January 10, 2013
Not What I Was Expecting. The Acting is decent, and so is the dp. But not very scary. I even seen it on the Marcus Ultra screen, still didn't scare me or make me want to see it again. Another missed oppurtunity.
January 09, 2013
cut me open rip out my spine leak the blood from my mouth tape open my eye lids slice open my eye ball with a razor so that this filth can leave my mind this filth that came from that silver screen

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Total Film
Sadly, this leap onto the stereoscopic bandwagon marks a new low for the franchise, as far away in quality from the '74 original as it is in years. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Unlike the restrained 1974 film which cleverly relied mainly on suggestion, this version piles on the graphic, often CGI-enhanced gore. Full Review
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
Texas Chainsaw 3D sees itself as over-the-top and knowing, but what we ultimately get is simply eyes without a face. Full Review
Joshua Rothkopf
Time Out New York
Time to fire up the critical Black & Decker: Somebody-there are six credited screenwriters-really wasn't clear on the concept. Full Review
Kim Newman
A clunky, lumbering sequel that, like its masked protagonist, has no redeeming features. Full Review

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