Cower in Fear: A 2013 Horror Movie Preview

2013 Horror Movie Preview

With the recent release of Texas Chainsaw 3D, what better time than now to prepare yourself for better frights to come. Last year was pretty pathetic in the horror department, but 2013 looks to be the year Hollywood takes back the genre. Sadly, TC3D doesn’t live up to its predecessors, but luckily there are many horror movies to look forward to in 2013. After the jump see a full list of 15 highly anticipated horrors you should set your sights on. Continue reading

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‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’ Movie Review: Adding a Twist Does Not Redeem Bad Writing

Texas Chainsaw 3D Movie Review

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise has been passed around to various studios more times than a party favor at a Snoop Dogg concert, which has been quite difficult for many of the reiterations to keep any sort of continuity. Finding a home at Twisted Pictures, Texas Chainsaw 3D acts as a straight sequel to Tobe Hooper’s 1974 original. Betting it all on a semi-twist ending to redirect the timeline, TC3D is riddled with bad writing, weak scares, and is a pathetic attempt of 3D.  Continue reading

Box Office Battlefield: Texas Chainsaw 3D; Zero Dark Thirty and Promised Land Wide Releases

Box Office Battlefield Texas Chainsaw Zero Dark Thirty

The weekend warriors for January 4, 2013 includes Texas Chainsaw 3D along with the wide releases of Zero Dark Thirty and Promised Land. Box Office Battlefield is a recurring rundown of all the movie releases for the weekend. Every week, movie studios select candidates to enter the glorious battlefield for your hard earned dollars. Box Office Battlefield is here to help you decide which movie(s) will take priority over the others. Continue reading

Tear Into the ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’ Trailer, Posters, and Screenshots

Texas Chainsaw 3D Trailer

Marking the seventh film in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, Texas Chainsaw 3D is looking to rev up audiences and bring back good ol’ Leatherface to the forefront of American horror. Starting right where we left him in 1974, Leatherface returns in the modern age in a direct sequel to Tobe Hooper’s original, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. See the trailer along with some posters and screenshots after the jump. Continue reading