40th Anniversary Editon Of TCM Heading To Theaters

Have you ever wished you could see Tobe Hooper’s classic 1974 shocker TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE in a real theater instead of your home theater? Wish granted. Got the following press release today and I think it’s going to make lots of horror fans very happy. MPI/Dark Sky Films, one of the leading distributors of independent and genre films, announced today they will be releasing a restored version The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Tobe Hooper’s 1974 … Continue reading

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Texas Chainsaw Giveaway is HERE!

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HorrorNews.net has some Blu ray copies of Texas Chainsaw to give you guys and all you have to do if email your information to joyhorror@horrornews.net and you could be picked.  You need to put Texas Chainsaw in the subject line.  You need to give your full name and complete address in the body of the email.  It’s that simple.  US and Canada ONLY!   You’ll be notified shortly after the release date if you are a … Continue reading

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D (2013) Movie Poster (Version 05)

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D (2013) Movie Poster (Version 05)

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Trailer: Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

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Trailer: Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) Five friends visiting their grandpa’s old house are hunted down and terrorized by a chainsaw wielding killer and his family of grave-robbing cannibals.

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Film Review: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)

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SYNOPSIS: A radio host is victimized by the cannibal family as a former Texas Marshall hunts them. REVIEW: Throughout the 80′s and well into the 90′s the production team of Menahem Golan & Yoram Globus were quite familiar to genre fans worldwide. Their company, The Cannon Group, was responsible for quite a few horror/sci-fi/fantasy/action films during this period. They even won an Oscar for best foreign film in 1986 for their Dutch production of a … Continue reading

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Interview: Marilyn Burns (Texas Chainsaw Massacre)

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TRAIL BLAZING WITH A TEXAS LEGEND An Interview with Marilyn Burns DAVE GAMMON: I’d first like to extend a very warm welcome to scream queen and legend Ms. Marilyn Burns to Horrornews.net. For oblivious fans of the terror genre of course you’d played the dashing lead in the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Sally. No stranger to Tobe Hooper productions compare and contrast in playing the lead role of Sally and the 1977’s Eaten Alive character … Continue reading

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Interview: Teri Mcminn (Texas Chainsaw Massacre)

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HOOKED ON AN ICON AN INTERVIEW WITH TERI MCMINN DAVE GAMMON: I just wanted to extend a very warm welcome in a much anticipated interview Ms. Teri McMinn with Horrornews.net. Director Tobe Hooper had first discovered you in Austin, Texas in 1973 after seeing a local news paper article. Reflecting back on that fateful evening then flash forward to a precarious predicament of in the clutches of one Leatherface, did you have any idea at … Continue reading

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Top 10 Chainsaw Use Horror Movies

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In our quest to categorize great movie moments, the idea of chainsaw usage came to mind. Certainly there are more than 10 films with chainsaws being used, though this wood cutting device has been featured in a few that exceed expectations. Now out of fairness, this whole list could probably feature all Asian movies, as they tend to tack on chainsaws to body part pretty frequent. Though we limited it to 2 of the most … Continue reading

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Top 20 Scariest Movies of All Time – Part 1

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With Halloween around the corner, we wanted to make sure we included our mark on the top 20 scariest films of all time. The selections have been scrutinized over and in fact mirror many other such lists. Though we’d added a few surprises that I think get forgotten from time to time. I wanted to point out something painfully obvious. Alot of our scariest films occurred at the 70′s end years. I don’t think it’s … Continue reading

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And the new LEATHERFACE is!!!

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Although it is so obvious I just have to say, there is only one Leatherface and that my friends if Gunnar Hansen, all the rest have been trying to catch the master but with that being said, Gunnar is kind of past that whole things so it only stands to reason that someone need to pick up the mantle of horror icon-ness that is Leatherface. We’ve had several, all good, all OK but no one … Continue reading

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Trailer: Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

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Trailer: Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) A group of friends passing through are stalked and hunted down by a deformed killer with a chainsaw in order to sustain his poor family who can only afford to eat what they kill.

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New(ish) Leatherface Film?

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News has come out that Adam Marcus ( Jason Goes To Hell) and Debra Sullivan have written a screenplay that follows the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre before it moves forward 35 years. This means that it will pick up exactly where the original left off and not a day later. This will be done in 3D (shocking I know) and is tentatively being called Leatherface 3D. Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures will be teaming up to … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

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SYNOPSIS: A group of five hippies on a road trip through the backwaters of 1970′s rural Texas fall prey to a murderous cannibalistic family making up of a leather-masked chainsaw-wielding maniac, his knife-wielding grave robber brother, and their cannibal chief father and decaying grandfather. REVIEW:  Written by: Tobe Hooper Kim Henkel Directed by: Tobe Hooper Starring: Marilyn Burns, Paul A. Partain, Allen Danziger, William Vail, John Dugan, Teri Mcminn, Gunnar Hansen and Edwin Neal This … Continue reading

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Interview: Marcus Nispel – Director

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Although he’s only 45, Marcus Nispel has been making TV commercials and music videos for 20 years, as he says, “to pay the bills.” But, obviously, Nispel’s heart has been to make feature films. He burst onto the scene with a revised Texas Chainsaw Massacre, starring Jessica Biel, in 2003. That version of the often-filmed tale in sequels and remakes stood out due to Nispel’s infusion of harsh reality using a washed-out stylized palette of colors and … Continue reading

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