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Interview: Alexandra Daddario And Trey Songz on 'Texas Chainsaw 3D'

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Alexandra Daddario has appeared in films like Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief and the indie horror movie Bereavement. Trey Songz, on the other hand, is a successful musician making his feature film debut. Both of these youngsters fight for their lives in the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie, Texas Chainsaw 3D, which is a...

Texas Chainsaw 3D: Movie Review

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Texas Chainsaw 3D – Daddario and Leatherface
There have been so many prequels, sequels and remakes of 1974's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre it's hard to tell them apart. John Luessenhop's Texas Chainsaw 3D serves as a follow-up to the original. The film picks up where the first left off, when the citizens of Newt decide to burn a homicidal family's house to the ground. This version's more narrative-driven, focusing on a...

Interview: Director John Luessenhop And Leatherface Actor Dan Yeager on...

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Texas Chainsaw Interview with Dan Yeager and John Lussenhop
Once again, Leatherface is going to be terrorizing audiences with his chainsaw. Takers' director John Luessenhop was tasked with remaking the American slasher film from the long-running Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, first started by Tobe Hooper in 1974. We got the chance to talk to the director and his Leatherface actor Dan Yeager...

'Texas Chainsaw 3D' Trailer: Yup, Another One, And In 3D

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When you woke up this morning, I bet the first thing that popped into your head was: “Gee, if there could be one thing I receive this morning, it’s another sequel to a once-classic horror franchise that has grown bloated and boring with an ever-increasing series of bad sequels, bad remakes, and bad prequels to those remakes, and, gosh, I really hope it’s in 3D.”  Oh, wait,...

The Five Scariest Horror Films

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Horror is probably the most subjective genre in cinema. For a generation, Psycho or The Thing from Another World were the scariest films they could imagine, for another they may come across as dull and uneventful. Horror is also a genre that proves the meddle of a director, as no other genre is so driven by what the audience sees (and doesn't...