Excerpt: Given the history of this franchise and the cult status of the original, the tongue in cheek departure part 2 carries, I've not seen part III or Next Generation and the decent reboot's + it's sequel, this Texas Chainsaw is cool in a essence because it picks up where the original one ended.
Excerpt: just watched this one and while the story has some errors that are easy to notice the movie is great fun if you dont expect a micheal bay badass movie.. this one has some gore scenes as well is brutal and "scary" but more in a less serious and more fun way.
Excerpt: The movie is decent. Not bad, not good. I kinda knew what I was going into when I bought it but the main selling point for me was Alexandra Daddario. That girl is just lovely. I'm half-serious though. Anyway, the movie is your typical slasher film.
Summary: Texas Chainsaw 3D is a waste of time and opportunity to make a good sequel/follow-up to one of the classics The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, meanwhile, the new Chainsaw delivers chills and thrills, albeit you don't care about the characters nor the story, it gets so bad to be fun, and with the 3D!
Summary: Somebody tell those executives to stop bringing back a franchise that's deader than the characters in the film. Despite ignoring the sequels after the original, it completely forgets what year it's supposed to be set.
Excerpt: After witnessing that mess called Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning that followed in the tradition of brutally torturing and psychologically flaying young groups of off-the-trail road trippers surrounded by "oh my God" moments, I had the lowest of expectations for TC3D.
Summary: I thought this film was going to be gory good time, how wrong was I. This distant sequel (set in a very futuristic "1994") lacks the terror of the 1974 original and the brutality of the 2006 prequel and is completely devoid of scares and suspense; Instead you get plenty of unintentional laughs and...
Excerpt: I watched The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) and Texas Chainsaw 3D back-to-back today. The first was a grimy, disturbing, psychologically scary film, and the second was a beautified, cheesy B-movie homage to the first. I found both enjoyable, but for very different reasons.
Excerpt: Yea..This has been done a hundred times over...Nothing near the original..I'm not in to the whole 3-d thing..Like previous posters, I think its a gimmick...The movie wasn't extremely bad, but it was predictable..I'm guessing there is going to be a Texas Chainsaw 500.
Excerpt: I thought the movie was cliche and horrible, and I predicted the ending. Making it 3D does nothing for me, as I hate 3D and think it's a gimmick. Nothing new with this movie that hasn't been done a hundred times over and the teenagers looked to be straight out of a Hollister catalog.