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Original Texas Chainsaw Massacre Returns to Theaters this Summer!

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the release of Tobe Hooper's Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which had its world premiere on October 1st of 1974, in Leatherface's home state of Texas. So successful was the gritty tale of a cannibalistic family that the film...

Is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre a true story?

In 1974, director Tobe Hooper burst onto the horror scene full throttle, with chainsaws revving! He had directed one previous film, 1969's "Eggshells", and was ready to be a star. Filmed in the summer of 1973 on a limited budget, the film has of course...

What’s Your Favorite Texas Chainsaw Massacre Film?

I recently re-watched the 2003 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' - aka the one with Jessica Biel in it - and was reminded of how great that addition to the franchise was. One of the most epic scenes in that movie is when the group picks...

‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ Franchise May See a New Film Deal and TV Series

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It sounds like we may be taking another trip down to Texas. An exclusive report from Bloody Disgusting announced that Legendary Entertainment/Legendary Pictures are potentially taking over the rights to the Texas Chain Saw franchise. The company is "in the mix" to develop a new...

The German Chainsaw Massacre – Movie Review

Every now and then I like to educate people about German horror movies of the past and the present. And when I saw this movie, I had to review it. About the Movie Das Deutsche Kettensägenmassaker (also known as Blackest Heart) is an homage, or maybe more...

Texas Chainsaw Gas Station Turned into Horror Hangout; Grand Opening Announced!

Written by John Squires Earlier this year we told you about Texas Chain Saw Massacre super fan Roy Rose, whose goal for the year was to turn the dilapidated gas station from the film into the ultimate horror fan hangout; or, as he called it,...

Bill Moseley Wanted To Send The Sawyers To New York City For Texas Chainsaw 3

Long before Bill Moseley become synonymous with Otis Driftwood thanks to Rob Zombie, he played Chop Top in Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. The film came out in 1986, and the following year Sam Raimi's Evil Dead II was released. Both of...

5 Connections Between The Devil’s Rejects And The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Franchise

It's no secret that Rob Zombie loves him some Texas Chain Saw Massacre. It's as clear from his music as it is from his films. We're writing a series of posts about The Devil's Rejects in honor of the film's upcoming ten-year anniversary, and I...

Fright Site: Original “Chainsaw” House is a Cafe.

Late in 1974 “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” opened in theaters across the country and became one of the most honored and revered horror movies of all time. Of course everyone who has seen the original knows of the famous family dinner scene in the...

Horror Landmark To Become A Travel Destination For ‘Texas Chainsaw’ Fans

Horror fans are about to give a huge thank you to Roy Rose! Last summer, he became the owner of the Gulf Oil/BBQ joint in the original 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He is turning the property into a horror themed restaurant; music venue, stores...

Revisiting The Texas Chain Saw Massacre On The Big Screen

This year, Tobe Hooper’s seminal The Texas Chain Saw Massacre celebrated its 40th anniversary with a brand new 4k transfer.  The restoration was mainly for blu-ray and DVD release, but the film has also been getting a limited release theatrical run.  Beginning this past...

Texas Chain Saw Massacre’s 40th Anniversary ‘Black Maria’ Edition Revealed!

As we recently told you here on iHorror, the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre is getting set to return to home video in celebration of the film's 40th anniversary, available in four different forms. On September 16th, Dark Sky Films releases a Collector's Edition Blu-ray/DVD...

Rest in Peace, Texas Chain Saw Massacre’s Marilyn Burns

If you asked me to list off the most convincing portrayals of sheer terror in the history of horror cinema, one actress who would no doubt be at the tippy top of that list would be Marilyn Burns, who played final girl Sally Hardesty...

New Poster & Stills For Marcel Walz’s Upcoming Movie – ‘Blind’ (2019)

Silent Partners has revealed a poster and new photo stills for a horror-thriller film Blind, directed by Marcel Walz (Blood Feast Remake). The film stars Texas Chainsaw Massacre II Alumni Caroline Williams, how fricking cool is that? We should expect a trailer to premiere...

You Can Watch ‘Michael vs. Jason’ Right Now

It's been a while since we saw Jason Voorhees in a fresh sequel, so why not make one yourself? And one where he and Michael Myers battle it out? That's even better! That's what the people over at Radical Talent did, and boy did it...