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Texas Chainsaw 3D
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Texas Chainsaw 3D
Theatrical release poster
Directed by John Luessenhop
Screenplay by Adam Marcus
Debra Sullivan
Kirsten Elms
Story by Stephen Susco
Adam Marcus
Debra Sullivan
Based on Characters created
by Kim Henkel
Tobe Hooper
Produced by Carl Mazzocone
Alexandra Daddario,
Dan Yeager,
Tremaine ‘Trey Songz’ Neverson,
Tania Raymonde,
Thom Barry,
Paul Rae,
Bill Moseley,
Cinematography Anastas N. Michos,
Edited by Randy Bricker
Music by John Frizzell
Millennium Films
Mainline Pictures
Distributed by Lionsgate
Release date
January 4, 2013
Running time 92 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language English
Budget $20 million[2][3]
Box office $47.2 million[4]
Texas Chainsaw 3D (released on home media and stylized on-screen simply as Texas Chainsaw) is a 2013 American slasher horror film directed by John Luessenhop, with a screenplay by Adam Marcus, Debra Sullivan and Kirsten Elms. It is the seventh installment in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise and was presented in 3D. The film serves as a direct sequel to the 1974 film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and was originally intended as the final chapter of the franchise (ignoring the events of the subsequent installments). The film stars Alexandra Daddario, Dan Yeager, Trey Songz, Tania Raymonde, Scott Eastwood, Thom Barry, Paul Rae and Bill Moseley, with Gunnar Hansen and Marilyn Burns, who had appeared in the original 1974 film. The story centers on Heather, who discovers that she was adopted after learning of an inheritance from a long-lost grandmother. She subsequently takes a road trip with her friends to collect the inheritance, unaware that it includes her cousin, Leatherface.

Texas Chainsaw 3D was released on January 4, 2013, and grossed $47.2 million on a budget of $20 million, and received negative reviews from critics. It was also the last film both Burns and Hansen starred in before they both died in 2014 and 2015, respectively. A prequel that takes place before the original 1974 film, titled Leatherface, was released in 2017. Texas Chainsaw Massacre, another direct sequel to the original film that ignores the events of all other films, including Texas Chainsaw 3D, will be released on Netflix in 2022.
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