Leatherface Will Return – Texas Chainsaw 3D Sequel is Announced

Chris Savage

To all the people that have hated the film from day one and for those who thought that this sequel will kill the franchise are entirely wrong, as Leatherface looks set to carve up a new legacy beginning with the most recent Texas Chainsaw 3D.

According to our friends over at B-D, a sequel to Texas Chainsaw 3D will indeed be moving ahead and apparently the producers have the rights to make a whopping six more Chainsaw films. Now I don’t know about you, but if that goes ahead it feels a little like overkill, but hell, I’m a fan of the Elm Street series so I’d say give me another six of them.

Texas Chainsaw 3D massacred the competition at the box-office, and proving for a second year running that horror is dominating the box-office in January. Last year The Devil Inside came out on top, but again, money doesn’t mean the film is any good.

So what did you guys make of the recent Chainsaw flick? And who’s up for yet more mayhem from the Sawyer family?


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      1. Chaney Akapluk January 6, 2013 at 5:04 am

        Awww man wat an awesome film i love it its interesting how the sawyer family continues a legacy and how leatherface can finally get alone with other people iim speakin of his cousin cant wait for another one

        • Deth_Banger January 6, 2013 at 5:33 am

          I am actually super stoked to go see this one, despite many people flaming it.

      2. Maxwell Dean January 6, 2013 at 3:21 pm

        I can ensure you I will not be spending any money on any of these films at the cinema

      3. Maxwell Dean January 6, 2013 at 3:21 pm

        My advice to everyone is to save your money for Mama. Thats the one im really lookin forward 2

      4. Vacheh Shahmoradian January 6, 2013 at 6:14 pm

        I, also skeptical about this movie, found it refreshing that good writing can “make” a movie. The film did have a few snags with character flaws and clich├ęs, but let’s face it, what movie doesn’t? All in all, it was a fun sequel to the original with perfect tie-ins. The Sawyer family legacy was honored in true horror fashion, keeping true the family’s credo, “The saw is family”. Bravo and can’t wait for the next one. I agree with you Chris, bring on the sequels. Good or bad, I love ’em!