Texas Chainsaw 3D
The flavor of bile is unmistakable. There just isn’t anything that tastes quite like it. And you know it when it comes on: The belly rumbles, the esophagus lurches within, and you battle back the slimy liquid that threatens to spew forth from your lips.
Another year has come to an end, which means it's time for the Dread Central staff to weigh in with their picks of the best and worst of 2013's horror offerings. We're giving you a full dozen lists this time, and per usual they come in a variety of formats, each reflecting the unique styles of our writers.
Alrighty, kids! If you think the saw is indeed family, this one is for you! We weeded our way through both the only available on iTunes unrated version of Texas Chainsaw along with the official Blu-ray package and have our findings right here for your perusal.
In just a few days an unrated version of Texas Chainsaw will be available via digital download, and then a couple of weeks after that the flick is hitting DVD and Blu-ray in R-rated editions only. Weird, we know, but to get you geared up, we have an exclusive clip for you!
Well, here's a real kick in the pants. Fans of Texas Chainsaw 3D are bound to be seething with lots of online angst at this latest news story. If you want to see Texas Chainsaw 3D unrated, you're gonna have to settle for Digital Download ONLY.
One of the most ludicrous films of the year, Texas Chainsaw 3D, is getting ready to carve itself a niche into your home video collection; and we have the Blu-ray and DVD info that will have you screaming, "Do your thing, cuz!"
One of the most ludicrous films of the year, Texas Chainsaw 3D, is getting ready to carve itself a niche into your home video collection; and we have all the details you need to see if you'll be screaming, "Do your thing, cuz!"
At the outset of this edition of Dinner for Fiends, I joked that I had a feeling this was going to be a pretty damn good horror podcast. You can decide whether or not that’s the case, but let me assure you the recording of this edition was a living nightmare.
If you dug the new Texas Chainsaw 3D film, or even if you didn't and just like meeting horror celebrities, we've got some news for you. Dan Yeager, the man behind the newest reimagining of Leatherface, will be signing autographs this Sunday in Connecticut.
As the country prepares to remember the man who had a dream, moviegoers were more interested in nightmares. It may be the Martin Luther King Day weekend, but the four-day holiday box office belongs to a queen, and her name is Mama.
Love it or hate it, Texas Chainsaw 3D made an impact on genre fans. That being said, the one thing nearly everyone can agree upon is the fact that for a majority of the movie Leatherface's mask is easily the worst of the franchise. Get ready for a peek at what could have been.
Infographics chronicling the exploits of our favorite movies, kills, and characters have become all the rage lately, and with the box office success (or failure, depending on which week you're looking at) of Texas Chainsaw 3D (review), it's time to take a look at the saw's tally.
The box office weekend may have belonged to the hunt for Osama Bin Laden; but dick, fart, and pot jokes helped the Paranormal Activity spoof A Haunted House open big in second place.
Texas Chainsaw 3D is a strange animal. Everything about the flick is wonky and weird, and we guess in some way that's kind of appropriate. In any event don't get too revved up about a sequel yet, kids, as there's more to the saw. No idea what that "more to the saw" means, but it sounded cool.