MPI/Dark Sky Films has announced a June 20th theatrical release for the newly restored version of Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. The re-release comes in celebration of the film’s 40th anniversary. A DVD and Blu-ray release will surely follow. Stay tuned!
Two Texas Chain Saw Massacre stories within two hours of one another? That, my friends, is the sign of a really friggin' good day! Read on for the official word and two stills from the film's restored version.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the original release of Tobe Hooper's Texas Chain Saw Massacre, which embarks on a theatrical re-release this summer after screening at the SXSW Film Festival. Want to learn more? Read on!
Next out of the AFM gate is some new artwork for Tobe Hooper's upcoming film Djinn. Can someone please buy this thing so we can all see it? It's been too long already!
After a really long wait the third trailer for Tobe Hooper's next film, Djinn, has hit the interwebs. Does that mean domestic distribution and release info are close behind? We can only hope!
Last June Scream Factory gifted those of us in the States with a Collector's Edition Lifeforce Blu-ray, the film's hi-def debut. Many consider Scream Factory the US answer to UK label Arrow Video, and we're happy to report that Arrow has its own UK Blu-ray release planned!
The #2 Greatest Horror Movie... Ever! is The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. In fact, it's my personal favorite horror movie. If you and I were going to sit down together and check out a horror movie and you asked me to pick it, it'd be The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.
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.
Things are looking really good for Leatherface and the Sawyer clan! While we're waiting for the official box office tally to come in, news has hit the net that if this one is successful, the producers behind Texas Chainsaw 3D have acquired the rights to make up to 7 films, including this one!
Not sure why this makes us so happy, given the fact that the movie is blissfully bad and inept, but dammit, it does! Texas Chainsaw 3D cut down the box office competition on its opening day, beating Django Unchained, The Hobbit, and Les Miserables by raking in $10.2 million on Friday!
Zero hour is upon us. Leatherface is once again stalking your local cinema in all three dimensions. Read on to find out if this Texas Chainsaw massacre is full of tasty grue or just another bloody mess.
Texas Chainsaw - Video Soundbites and Exclusive Look at the Special 3D Glasses Given out for Tonight's Screenings Only!
Going to one of the special 10:00 pm or 12:00 midnight screenings of Texas Chainsaw 3D tonight? If the answer is an emphatic yes, then you'll be getting yourself a pair of commemorative 3D glasses to mark the premiere!
In Texas Chainsaw 3D filmmaker John Luessenhop is picking up directly where Tobe Hooper left off almost 40 years ago with a sequel that follows the ramifications of what happened right after Sally Hardesty (Marilyn Burns) survived her visit to the Sawyer Farm.