Fun horror ride

By jediboy7
Written August 30, 2015
Had a good time with this movie last night. Great follow-up that totally disregards all of the original sequels and the remake series. The beginning of the film takes place right as the original ends and then jumps ahead a couple of decades to make a well-rounded storyline. They take some interesting twists and turns with the plot to actually make a non-predictable story. More intelligent than it has a right to be. Some gory scenes, a few eyeroll moments, mostly unlikable characters, decent writing, good cinematography and a little extra 3D fun allowed me to enjoy it a lot but all those things mixed together didn't allow me to LOVE it. Good movie for fans of classic horror, casual viewers of the genre may not feel the same.
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Watchable, does not break new ground

By Djv05
Written July 28, 2015
Texas Chainsaw 3D was just okay, did not reinvent the series, and I don't see any benefits in sequels, it was just okay. 3D added nothing, no shocks or really interesting effects.It seemed like the editing actually hurt the movie, lacked coherence. A popcorn movie, nothing more...
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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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An unusal family bonding experience

By A-List Star
Written April 28, 2015
While I totally appreciated scenes from the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre showing up, oddly enough one scene that made me afraid as a child, I felt like this movie was decent but predictable. Hot guys+ Hot girls+ road trip= DISASTER in a horror film, everyone knows that! I say watch it, especially to the fans of Trey Songz because he actually did a pretty good job in his role, not to mention he goes shirtless ladies!!!
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No, no, no.

By strawberrymlkshk
Written January 21, 2013
If you can get passed the terrible acting, you might find the story line at least a little interesting. Of course, since it's a horror film, there has to be the pointless flusey female character that contributes absolutely nothing to the story line. If this movie were to come out in the 80s, then maybe it would've gotten better reviews. But the bar for horror films is a bit higher these days and this movie made a pathetic and failed attempt to reach that bar. They should've dropped this concept after Jessica Biel's version. I actually enjoyed that one. There was no time for character development, just a bunch of screaming. Please save your money.
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