Great Idea But Kills Not So Great

By mistywoods12
Written January 04, 2013
I really liked the story line but the kills were not anything to write home about. Some of the 3D effects were as dull as an old chainsaw blade.
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It was OK.

By pramonfigueroa
Written January 04, 2013
Texas Chainsaw 3D was a ok movie, the kill scenes were so so, the acting was horrible, I am not trying to sound like a hater but Trey Songz is one of the worst actors in the world, but I can honesly say the only thing that saved thsi movie from being a "NO" was the plot. The plot started off slowly but ended very hastly. In my opinion I would not pay $15.00 to see this movie and I would wait till it comes out on DVD.
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change the cast

By benjamincontreras91
Written January 12, 2013
I really considered watching this movie until i saw the cast. How are you going to put feminine looking Trey Songz in a horror movie? Hollywood is really screwing up when it comes to casting actors and actresses worth watching. Im good of this movie, i will not be paying my money to watch this most likely pathetic of a shot at being scary flick. Just cause you can make ****** music doesnt give you the right to bore us with your ****** acting!!!!
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Much better than expected!

By halloweenie116
Written January 07, 2013
I love horror movies, so of course I went to see this. But I expected it to have no substance and just a lot of gore. Well of course there's a lot of gore (it's a Texas Chainsaw movie), but surprisingly the story was very unique and interesting! It starts with the same formulaic group of young adults going to the house that Leatherface is at. But it quickly switches gears and is a really interesting twist on the history of Leatherface's family and the ties that bind him to his only remaining family member. So it truly is a sequel to the original movie from 1974. It even recaps it at the beginning and shows you what happened to the family afterward. So I give the movie props for breathing new life into this franchise with a good story. The 3D sucked (I didn't even notice it), but definitely see it in 2D!
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Texas Chainsaw 3D

By Glitzy
Written January 06, 2013
Very exciting and scary. Had me at the edge of my seat. I don't usually like to see these type of movies but I went with my family and felt some comfort knowing they were with me. They will be going back to see it again but not me. I think I'll stay home. Too creepy!
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