Terror comes ripping right through the silver screen in this sequel that picks up exactly where Tobe Hooper's shocking 1974 classic left off. For decades, people in Newt, Texas, had been vanishing into thin air. When a horrified young girl escaped from the Sawyer house after seeing her friends butchered like cattle, the townspeople's worst fears about the reclusive clan were confirmed. Enraged, the locals formed a mob, burned down the blood-soaked abattoir, and methodically killed every member of the family. But in the blazing chaos of that fateful night, one of the Sawyers slipped away into the darkness. For decades it seemed as if the nightmare had ended. But when a young woman named Heather Miller (Alexandra Daddario) receives word that her distant grandmother has passed away, willing her a secluded Victorian mansion in the Texas desert, the discovery of a dark secret hidden deep in the cellar reveals the Sawyer's legacy of evil lives on.~Jason Buchanan
Multiple Audio Commentaries with Producer Carl Mazzocone, filmmaker Tobe Hooper, actors Bill Moseley, Gunnar Hansen
"Texas Chainsaw Legacy" featurette
"Resurrecting The Saw" featurette
"The Old Homestead" featurette
"Casting Terror" featurette
"Leatherface 2013" featurette
"Lights, Camera, Massacre!" featurette
"It's in the Meat" featurette
On-set short subjects: Five-Minute massacres
Alexandra DaddarioHeather Miller
Tremaine 'Trey Songz' NeversonRyan
James MacDonaldOfficer Marvin
Thom BarrySheriff Hooper
Paul RaeBurt Hartman
Bill MoseleyDrayton Sawyer
Gunnar HansenBoss Sawyer
David BornGavin Miller
Sue RockArlene Miller
Dodie BrownLoretta Sawyer
David "Bear" BellBear Sawyer
John DuganGrandpa Sawyer
Samuel McKinzieYoung Leatherface
Scott A. MartinHargrove, Bartender
Tori LondonScared Girl
Justin HowellDrunk High Schooler
Jonathan ReedHardware Store Cashier
Nikolette NoelSupermarket Co-Worker
Adam MarcusScreen Story
Debra SullivanScreen Story
Stephen SuscoScreen Story
John FrizzellComposer (Music Score)
William ElliottProduction Designer
Rob SimonsArt Director
T. Justin RossAssociate Producer
Avi LernerExecutive Producer
Christa CampbellExecutive Producer
Danny DimbortExecutive Producer
Eda KowanExecutive Producer
Jason ConstantineExecutive Producer
John ThompsonExecutive Producer
Kim HenkelExecutive Producer
Lati GrobmanExecutive Producer
Mark BurgExecutive Producer
Michael PaseornekExecutive Producer
Robert KuhnExecutive Producer
Tobe HooperExecutive Producer
Trevor ShortExecutive Producer
Kristin BickslerSet Decorator
Trevor JollySound/Sound Designer
Steve AaronSound Mixer
Andrew SagarVisual Effects Supervisor
Bill W. BentonRe-Recording Mixer
Deb AdairRe-Recording Mixer
Giancarlo SiniProduction Supervisor
Gregory NicoteroMakeup Special Effects
Howard BergerMakeup Special Effects
Martin SeltzerSupervising Sound Editor
Mauricio MolinaRe-Recording Mixer
Rich CordobesSpecial Effects Coordinator
Robert OrtizLine Producer
Timothy J. PedeganaPost Production Supervisor
Texas Chainsaw 3D
Year of Release
DVD, Includes Digital Copy
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Texas Chainsaw [Includes Digital Copy] [DVD] 
Purchased this to fill out my horror movie collection. Recommended of you are a horror movie fan.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Decently done Texas Chainsaw film!
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
This a good continuation of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre films.
It is in 3D plus 2D. I am a 3D collector so I was mainly interested
in this version. While "in your face" 3D is minimal there are moments where it is effectively used, e.g., chainsaw thrown at the screen. The 3D mainly is used to add depth to the scenes and is done well. Plot and acting are all okay. Alexandra Daddario is always an "easy-on-your eyes" plus in this and other films. The action is good and there is, of course, gruesomeness with people being tortured and killed.
This film is not for children. All in all, I found this to be an entertaining film and would recommend it to others- especially to add to your 3D collection.
I had no desire to see this after being so disappointed with the previous movie was VERY happy to pick it up when it was so cheap for the 3D version.
This is an honest sequel to the original Tobe Hooper classic. It literally starts up with a recap of the first one and then gets right into the action back in the 70s. Tobe Hooper is on an awesome commentary track giving it his blessing and singing it's praises and that's worth the price of the disc alone.
The modern day stuff isn't the best, the actors (and particularly actresses) aren't the best, but it's a horror movie so what do you expect? There is some decent gore and the 3D affects are quite nice. It's mostly just depth of field, but occasionally there is a gimmicky jump out of the screen 3D affect which is to be expected.
If you're a fan of horror in general, you should enjoy it. If you like the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, you will probably LOVE IT or HATE IT...but should appreciate that it is a true sequel.
The movie is corny but still fun to watch in 3d. You mostly get a good laugh if in good company. There’s about two parts where the 3d really matters (jumps out at you) other than that you kind of forget you’re watching a 3d movie.
If it's a movie involving Leatherface, then I'm in. This movie is odd as it does not make a whole lot of sense chronological speaking (it's a direct sequel to the '74 original), but it's entertaining for sure.
This is a thriller from way back. I didn't have Chainsaw in 3D so I ordered it for my collection. After all these years the movie still scares me. Still had me on the edge of my seat and biting my fingernails the whole movie.