With all of the casting news coming out lately for Lionsgate's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, everyone has been wondering just who will be playing the man with the saw, Leatherface. The answer has come.
Attention! Our world is now complete! Yet another rapper with a silly name has been cast to face off against an iconic slasher! I really thought we were well past this ridiculous trend.
So who's next that will hopefully taste the relentless and high powered saw blade of Leatherface? Three more actors have signed up for active duty. Read on for details, and here's hoping that they come away from the experience missing at least an appendage or two.
Percy Jackson & the Olympians star Alexandra Daddario recently sat down with Entertainment Weekly to add some flesh onto the bones of her The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D character, Heather. Read on for the early details.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D is looking like a family reunion of sorts with two more HUGE pieces of the puzzle returning for cameos. Who's on tap for the new Saw? Read on for details!
When it comes to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies, a good-looking leading man is needed. If only so Leatherface can bound the unsuspecting lad to a table and extract the flesh from his head to wear. That's just important!
Casting news keeps rolling in for Nu Image's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, and it looks like lead character Heather has found her best friend as Tania Raymonde (best known to "LOST" fans as Alex Rousseau) has signed on to play Nikki, a small-town girl with an attitude.
Yet another female has signed up for active duty to face the dreaded Leatherface and his boundless vengeance and disdain for all things pretty! Not to mention his hunger for human flesh. Dog will hunt, after all.
We admit it. We actually kind of miss the yearly Saw sequel. If only because of the absurdity of its violence. There is, however, a group of people who definitely miss it more than we do ...
A new face may be making its way to one of the most terrifying franchises the horror genre has ever seen, and we've got the early word on whether or not its owner will be able to keep it! Read on to see who could be joining the family!
With the Saw franchise gone and leaving a gaping void in Lionsgate's Halloween festivities, the studio has managed to get an all new kind of saw to shred its way through the hearts of horror fans.
Here at Dread Central we have staff all over the world. This is a necessity if we're to bring you the most current and accurate news from the world of horror. Yesterday we told you about some new plot details for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D ... today we have a bit more for you.
Well. Consider the landscape surrounding The Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie officially covered in fog. For months now we've been reporting that the next film in the franchise will be taking place right after Tobe Hooper's original ended. That may not be the case after all.
Some breaking news to add a little startle to your Sunday afternoon. Iconic Texas Chainsaw alumnus Bill Moseley, who created one of the single most crazed villains in horror history in Chop-Top, is getting revved up to return to the franchise that put him on the horror map.
We came across this little seemingly insignificant postage stamp sized bit of "teaser art" weeks ago and didn't think much of it because, well, you'll see. Apparently now its news so here you go.