Written April 26, 2015
loved the story line much better than the 1994 movie here is a movie it not a remake a reboot its good that its a take from the old leatherface so it it texas chainsaw 5 i think so in by book i like how Bill Mosley was in it and the first latherface was in it now other horror movies can do this like friday the 13th they can continue the were they left off with jason x same with nightmare on elm street 7 child's play and more
Written May 02, 2016
The movie started off pretty well even with the bad acting of Trey Songs, however the poorly written script ruins the movie and the fear is gone...
Written November 27, 2015
I really enjoyed this movie. I say that not only as a horror movie fan, but one that especially loves the 'Texas Chainsaw' film series starting with the first 1974 film. This one picks up after the original one and I was engrossed in the film the whole way through. There is tons of gore, the acting is well done, and I felt very attached to the main character played by Alexandria Daddario (which usually means that the acting is very good and the plot has substance) This wasn't just a gory slasher film, it actually went into the history behind the Sawyer family a little more and that was something I was missing and yearning foir in the last couple films. Will be buying this one for sure when it comes out, highly recommended you see it in theaters for the awesome 'in your face' 3D effects!
Written July 07, 2015
If you have been following the Texas CS movies I would differently go see the movie, no spoilers but it has a new spin to the villain, if your new to the franchise watch the original movie before you go see this movie..
Written February 12, 2016
3D sequel to Texas Chainsaw (the 1974 original) is a little slow to get going but surprisingly fun once it does. The movie comes up with a fairly novel way to continue the story, has some decent gore and, most surprisingly, comes up with some good villains who aren't Leatherface. (Leatherface in this go round is as homicidal as ever but he's portrayed as a perpetually angry, mentally retarded 8 year old in a 6 foot 5 body, so he's slightly more sympathetic than in previous incarnations). This definitely isn't a classic but it's a respectable sequel to the Tobe Hooper original and easily the best movie in the franchise since part 2.