John Lussenhop's Texas Chainsaw 3D opens with what are undeniably its best moments: the film's title credits, juxtaposed over a highlight reel of Tobe Hooper's 1974 original, stunningly post-conver
Texas Chainsaw 3D
Zero hour is upon us. Leatherface is once again stalking your local cinema in all three dimensions.
This was 2002-2003 and you have to remember that not too many horror “classics” had been remade yet.
Hopefully you faithful readers have been following along with us here at FEARnet as we've been revisiting every single entry in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre series in preparation for the release of 'Texas Chainsaw 3D' this Friday.
The one film in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series I was not looking forward to revisiting was this one. But then again, it’s been several years since I last attempted to watch it, so perhaps time has been kind to it and its gotten better with age? Sadly this is not the case.
Just to be up front with you faithful readers, Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III is my favorite of the series for both personal and sentimental reasons.
Like most of you out there, anytime a new entry in a horror franchise is about to hit theaters, I can’t help but revisit all the previous entries in that franchise to prep me properly for the theatrical going experience. And seeing billboards plastered all over town with Leatherface’s visage has put me in a post-Christmas Texas Chainsaw Massacre kind of mood!