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Texas Chainsaw

Decades ago, residents of Newt, Texas, long suspected that the Sawyer family was responsible for the disappearances of many people. When their suspicions finally were confirmed, vigilantes torched the Sawyer compound and killed every member of the family -- or so they thought. Much later, a young woman named Heather (Alexandra Daddario) learns that she has inherited Texas property from an unknown relative, and she is unaware of horrors that await in the mansion's dank cellar.
 
  • Genres: Horror
  • Running Time: 92 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, January 4, 2013
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: R [ Language Throughout, Strong Grisly Violence ]
  • Starring: Alexandra Daddario [Heather Miller], Dan Yeager [Leatherface], Bill Moseley [Drayton Sawyer], Marilyn Burns [Verna Carson], John Dugan [Grandfather], Tania Raymonde [Nikki], Trey Songz [Ryan], Shaun Sipos [Darryl], Thom Barry [Sheriff Hooper], Paul Rae [Mayor Hartman], Scott Eastwood [Deputy Carl Hartman], Richard Riehle [Farnsworth], Keram Malicki-Sanchez [Kenny], James MacDonald [Officer Marvin]
  • Directed by: John Luessenhop [Director], Adam Marcus [Screenwriter], Debra Sullivan [Screenwriter], Kirsten Elms [Screenwriter], Carl Mazzocone [Producer], Robert Kuhn [Executive Producer], Kim Henkel [Executive Producer], René Besson [Executive Producer], Christa Campbell [Executive Producer], Lati Grobman [Executive Producer], Danny Dimbort [Executive Producer], John Thompson [Executive Producer], Trevor Short [Executive Producer], Tobe Hooper [Executive Producer], Michael Paseornek [Executive Producer], Jason Constantine [Executive Producer], Eda Kowan [Executive Producer], Avi Lerner [Executive Producer], Mark Burg [Executive Producer], Anastas Michos [Cinematographer], William Elliott [Production Design], Randy Bricker [Film Editor], Mary McLeod [Costume Designer], John Frizzell [Original Music], Ferne Cassel [Casting]
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