Watch Texas Chainsaw 3D
- 1 hr 32 min
In Texas Chainsaw 3D, Alexandra Daddario plays a young woman named Heather who inherits a sprawling mansion in Texas from her grandmother, Verna. Heather learns that Verna was not only her biological grandmother, but also the matriarch of the Sawyer family who were infamous for their cannibalistic ways. Heather discovers that she has a long lost cousin, Leatherface, who is still alive and locked in the mansion's basement. As Heather tries to find a way to free Leatherface, she and her friends are stalked by a masked killer who is determined to keep Leatherface's existence a secret.
The film is a sequel to the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre and takes place immediately after the events of the 1974 classic. The filmmakers made an effort to link the two films together by using scenes and characters from the original movie, including the iconic Leatherface mask. The movie was also shot in 3D to add an extra level of terror to the already gory and frightening tale.
Tania Raymonde plays a feisty and independent young woman named Nikki who befriends Heather upon her arrival in Texas. Nikki is skeptical of Heather's sudden inheritance and tries to help her uncover the truth about her family's dark past. Scott Eastwood plays Deputy Carl Hartman, a law enforcement officer who is also the town's resident bad boy. Carl is immediately suspicious of Heather and sets out to uncover any dirt on her family history.
The film heavily relies on jump scares and intense sequences of gore to keep the audience on the edge of their seats. Leatherface is portrayed as both menacing and sympathetic, which adds an extra layer of complexity to the story. The film also explores themes of family and loyalty, as Heather struggles to come to terms with her newfound inheritance and the implications of being part of the Sawyer clan.
Overall, Texas Chainsaw 3D is a gruesome and terrifying horror movie that will satisfy fans of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The film offers a fresh take on the classic tale and introduces a new generation of audiences to the iconic character of Leatherface. The performances from the cast are convincing and add depth to the story. Despite some flaws in the pacing and character development, Texas Chainsaw 3D is a solid addition to the horror genre and a must-see for fans of the franchise.