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Tobe Hooper's "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1973) ist ein Klassiker des Horrorfilms...

Es beginnt als idyllischer Sommerausflug. Die vier gut gelaunten jungen Menschen in Ihrem großen Auto ahnen noch nicht, daß dieser freundliche schöne Tag zum entsetzlichsten und letzten ihres Lebens wird. Als Ihnen in einer einsamen Gegend das Benzin ausgeht - ganz in der Nähe eines alten Schlachthofes nimmt Ihr grauenvolles Schicksal seinen Lauf...

Michael Bay's "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" Remake (2003) startete am 1. Januar 2004 in den deutschen Kinos. Das Prequel "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" kam am 18. Januar 2007 in die deutschen Kinos. Und im Juni 2011 begannen die Dreharbeiten zu "Texas Chainsaw 3D", welcher am 4. Januar 2013 in den US-Kinos startet...



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[31.10.2012] Bei CS! gibt es ein Motion-Poster zu "Texas Chainsaw 3D"...

[28.10.2012] Bei STYD gibt es ein neues Poster zu "Texas Chainsaw 3D"...

[19.10.2011] Bei IMP Awards gibt es ein Teaser-Poster zu "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D"...

[30.06.2011] STYD meldet...
Lionsgate is releasing The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on October 5, 2012.
The next chapter in the series will now join Dimension Films' Halloween 3D which opens a few weeks later on October 26.
John Luessenhop is directing the new Chainsaw with Carl Mazzocone producing.
"I'm excited to re-conceive this iconic horror classic in a contemporary setting for a new generation of horror fans to enjoy," Mazzocone says in a press release "Both John Luessenhop and I intend to deliver a new chapter derived from Tobe Hooper's 1973 masterpiece with the goal of making it as horrifying as the original, in 3D."
Bill Moseley is the only actor so far to join the cast. [...]


[10.05.2011] CS! meldet...
Lionsgate announced today that The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, the next installment in the long standing franchise, is set to commence production. The film is a collaboration between Lionsgate and frequent production partner Nu Image, with Lionsgate assuming U.S. distribution rights and Nu Image handling international sales beginning at the Cannes Film Festival. The announcement was made jointly by Joe Drake, President of Lionsgate's Motion Picture Group, Mike Paseornek, President of Motion Picture Development and Production, and Jason Constantine, Lionsgate's President of Acquisitions and Co-Productions.
John Luessenhop (Takers) is in discussions to direct the film, which is to be produced by Carl Mazzocone. Production is slated to begin in June, 2011. Mazzocone, who served as President of Production at Twisted Pictures for four years before returning to independent producing, pursued the underlying rights to the property and ultimately secured an overall deal to make up to six future sequels. Nu Image's Avi Lerner and Mark Burg will be executive producing.
Said Paseornek of the project, "This is a franchise with such enduring opportunity, and Nu Image is the perfect partner with which to realize that opportunity." Adds Constantine, "We have had much success in working with Nu Image to revitalize existing genres or characters - from 'The Expendables,' which was our highest grossing film ever, to this Summer's 'Conan The Barbarian 3D.' We're thrilled that Carl Mazzocone has chosen us to help him carry out his vision for this great property. It feels very much like home to be again collaborating with Mark Burg after all of our shared successes with the Saw films."
"I'm excited to re-conceive this iconic horror classic in a contemporary setting for a new generation of horror fans to enjoy," said producer Mazzocone. "Our story picks up where the original left off. Both John Luessenhop and I intend to deliver a new chapter derived from Tobe Hooper's 1973 masterpiece with the goal of making it as horrifying as the original -- in 3D!"


[29.10.2010] B-D meldet...
With the Saw franchise coming to an end, producer Mark Burg will be joining Carl Mazzocone in bringing the Texas Chainsaw Massacre back to theaters. Word has it that Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures are putting the finishing touches on Debra Sullivan and Adam Marcus' (thanks to Shocktillyoudrop for the name corrections) screenplay for Leatherface 3D. We're told that the plot picks up immediately where Tobe Hooper's original left off before flashing forward 35 years. There's buzz of a "cult" involved. Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures acquired the rights to Leatherface once Platinum Dunes and New Line Cinema passed on making a second sequel to the 2003 reboot. Marcus wrote and directed Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday.

[16.10.2009] STYD sprach mit dem Produzenten Mark Burg über due Neuauflage...
[...] "What we're going to do with it is bring it to 2010," says Burg. "Make it current day and come up with a new story that takes some of the basic plot points, if you will, and make it a current day movie. I don't want to make another Chainsaw in the '70s, that doesn't thrill me." [..]

[09.10.2009] Variety.com meldet...
Twisted Pictures is becoming the house of multiple sharp objects. The makers of the "Saw" series are closing a deal to take over the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" franchise, putting the villains Leatherface and Jigsaw under one roof.
Sources said the producer/financier is in talks to partner in the films with Lionsgate, which has distributed all the pics in the highly profitable "Saw" series, including the Oct. 23 release of "Saw VI."
The plan is to contemporize the storyline for a 3D film that would be scripted by Stephen Susco ("The Grudge"). Carl Mazzocone, Mark Burg and Oren Koules will be the producers.
The series had been launched at New Line with a remake and a prequel produced by Platinum Dunes, the genre company run by Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Andrew Form.
Deals had been made on a per-pic basis with "Chainsaw" rights-holders Bob Kuhn and Kim Henkel, the latter of whom wrote the original 1974 pic with director Tobe Hooper. Talks fell apart with Platinum Dunes. The Twisted Pictures deal is for multiple films, sources said.
The franchise is bloody big business: The 2003 remake cost $9.5 million and grossed $110 million worldwide. The 2006 prequel didn't do as well but still grossed $55 million on a $13 million budget.
The Platinum Dunes team, which just made a first-look deal at Paramount, still is aligned with a pair of iconic psycho murderers: After reintroducing Jason Voorhees in 2009's "Friday the 13th," they are relaunching Freddy Krueger (played by Jackie Earle Haley) in a new "A Nightmare on Elm Street."


[14.10.2007] Der TV-Sender ProSieben zeigt heute um 23.10 Uhr "Michael Bay's "Texas Chainsaw Massacre"... Die Wiederholung läuft um 3.40 Uhr...

[02.05.2007] STYD meldet...
It's still too early to say this is a "go" project, but Shock has learned Platinum Dunes and New Line are seriously flirting with a third Texas Chainsaw Massacre film.
Details are slim, however, we've discovered that in spite of reports last fall (during the release of Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning) that there were no plans for another chapter, the blood tides have turned in favor of a third film in the new series which kicked off to a profitable start in 2003.
After doing some digging, we've heard a few puzzle pieces need to fall into place before the film is official and story pitches can be taken. [...]


[18.01.2007] Heute startet "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" in den deutschen Kinos...

[11.01.2007] Jon schickte uns seine Kritik zu einer Pressevorführung von "TCM: The Beginning"...
[...] In voller Erwartung bin ich in die Vorstellung gegangen und habe mit blut und Nerven zerfetzenden Szenen gerechnet, aber was ich sehen sollte war alles andere. Zur Handlung, der Film zeigt die Geschichte und das Leben von Leatherface und wie er zu dem geworden ist was er ist, Glücklicherweise berücksichtigt er aber auch andere Sichtweise, wie die von den 4 Teenagern auf ihrem Weg durch Texas oder eben von dem grausamen Vater. Er deckt viele Geheimnisse auf und beantwortet noch offene Fragen (wenn man sich denn welche gestellt hatte), allerdings war's das auch schon mit der Geschichte. Es wird schnell klar worum es in erster Linie bei diesem Prequel geht: um die Kettensäge, und dessen Einsatz lässt nicht lange auf sich warten! Spätestens wenn Leatherface sie zum ersten mal in der Hand hält werden Gorefans nervös und rutschen unruhig in dem Kinosessel hin und her. Und als er dann auch noch von seinem Vater aufgefordert wird, dem bösen bösen Eindringling doch mit der Kettensäge zu beseitigen halten es die echten Splatter Fans kaum noch aus und die Zartbesaiteten ziehen schon jetzt vorsichtshalber den Pullover bis über nie Nasespitze, aber dann..nichts! Gar nichts! Man sieht nicht mehr als das er die Kettensäge hochhebt und dann SCHNITT zu den Teenagern die sich irgendwo im Garten oder im Keller die Zeitvertreiben. Und so geschieht es mit JEDER Szene in dem gesamten Film! Er hebt die Maschine hoch und Schnitt, teilweise so schlecht das die ganze Szene Zusammenhanglos wirkt. Das Endprodukt ist eine total harmlose "Mittwoch-Nachmittag-Freddy-Krueger-Fernsehversion" die auch problemlos in Kika laufen könnte! Quasi ein Porno ohne Nackte Haut. also wer auf Horrorfilme steht schaut sich lieber "das Streben nach Glück" anschauen, denn diesem Horror-Film wurden alle Zähne gezogen.
Ein Hoffnungsschimmer bleibt: vielleicht wird ja eine andere Version in den Kinos gezeigt als auf dieser Pressevorfühung oder es kommt die Originalversion spät Nachts in ausgewählte Kinos, aber die Chancen sind denkbar gering...


[29.11.2006] Bei mysan.de gibt es Bilder zu "TCM: The Beginning"...

[09.10.2006] Bei B-D gibt es gemischte Kritiken zu "TCM: The Beginning"...

[08.10.2006] Der TV-Sender ProSieben zeigt heute um 23.15 Uhr "Michael Bay's "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere...

[07.10.2006] Bei AICN gibt es eine vernichtende Kritik zu "TCM: The Beginning"...
[...] If you just want gore, there's a couple parts, but you've seen worse. This time they remembered that they're supposed to be cannibals, so there's some disgusting soup in one part. Rated R for scenes of disgusting soup. [...]
[...] there are a million ways this could've been interesting and they managed to steer clear of all one million. If you're gonna take this great cinematic masterpiece that I love and have the balls to give it a beginning that was never there, at least humor me with a small amount of imagination or cleverness. These guys won't do it, they got nothin. It's just the same old shit, but with a baby at the beginning. [...]


[27.09.2006] Bei CS! gibt es 6 Clips / Ausschnitte aus "TCM: The Beginning"...

[23.09.2006] Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere Kritik zu "TCM: The Beginning"...
[...] Gore, people!! Real bloody gore! And it all needs to be there! Every drop of blood and hunk of flesh! HUNKS OF FLESH!!!
And, I suppose more importantly, the story made complete sense as well. I loved the explanation of how Leatherface became so adept at chopping bodies and how the family came to run the town (and thus get away with killing random tourists). It's a pure delight when R. Lee kills the entire sheriff's department. Hilarious.
Speaking of R. Lee, the cast is perfect. The victims are each ideal in their roles as are the members of the Hewitt family. The acting is spot on in each case. There's no camping it up or coasting through. The reactions of everyone are as perfect as they could be in the situations in which they find themselves. And the pure, nasty evil of the attackers are as varied and perfect as they could be as well.
As an aside, there's nothing like that first time that Leatherface starts up his chainsaw in any of his movies. But this one is even better. It is THE first time. Hell, I was ecstatic when he first found the damn thing. (It's almost touching when he walks with it down the road...his own found baby.) But when he starts it - and the under circumstances in which he starts it - holy crap. The artist has found his medium. Heh. [...]


[30.08.2006] Harry von AICN liefert seine Kritik zu "TCM: The Beginning"...
[...] The horror that happens here is brutal in the same way that it is in the roughest of gore films, the only difference is that you know you’re in a franchise, the iconography of Leatherface is hard to escape - and as a horror fan, no matter how much you may like these teenagers - you want to see them torn apart by Leatherface. It’s something that’s hard to escape. [...]
This is a brutal film. It is also extremely entertaining and exactly how it should be.


[14.06.2006] Bei AICN gibt es das "TCM: The Beginning" Teaser-Poster...

[07.06.2006] Bei Apple.com gibt es den "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" Teaser-Trailer...

[21.01.2006] Bei RoS gibt es ein paar Bilder aus dem TCM-Prequel...

[03.01.2006] Bei CS! gibt es den 2. Teil eines Setberichts zum TCM-Prequel...

[23.11.2005] Bei CS! gibt es den ersten Teil eines Setberichts zum TCM-Prequel...

[22.10.2005] Fangoria meldet...
Fango has learned that New Line Cinema’s TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE prequel (previously subtitled THE BEGINNING, but with the exact title now to be determined) began shooting in Austin, TX this week under Jonathan (DARKNESS FALLS) Liebesman’s direction. Scripted by once and future Fango columnist David J. (THE CROW) Schow and being produced by the remake mavens at Platinum Dunes, the new CHAINSAW stars Jordana (THE FACULTY) Brewster and Taylor (THE O.C.) Handley, as well as newly cast Matthew Bomer (who appears in this fall’s FLIGHTPLAN, but may be best-known for being an early front-runner for the title role of the new SUPERMAN movie) and model-turned-actress Diora (WEDDING CRASHERS) Baird (pictured). As previously announced, R. Lee Ermey and Andrew Bryniarski return from the previous film as members of the cannibal clan; so does Heather Kafka in the Henrietta role. The film opens October 6, 2006 [...]

[22.09.2005] CS! meldet...
Taylor Handley (The O.C.) has been cast in New Line Cinema's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, reports Variety.
He'll play one of several doomed travelers in the horror prequel, with Andrew Bryniarski reprising his role as Leatherface. Jordana Brewster and R. Lee Emery co-star. [...]


[13.07.2005] B-D meldet...
In the first official casting news for the film, we've been informed by an anonymous source that the stunningly beautiful Jordana Brewster (The Fast and the Furious, D.E.B.S) will play the lead role in New Line Cinema's Texas Chainsaw Massacre Prequel, which will begin shooting in the coming months for a (possible) fall 2006 release. [...]

[12.07.2005] Latino Review meldet...
'A.B' alerted us about a few names being consireded for the upcoming Jonathan Liebesman untitled "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" prequel for New Line Cinema. Also what the studio is looking for to play the role, and a bit info on the plot. The story as far as we know follows a group of kids who run afoul of chainsaw-wielding psycho Leatherface and his demented family. The story will reveal Leatherface's origins. But here is what we are being told.
I just shot a short film with someone connected to this next movie in some capacity. I've got a few names that might be involved in the "Texas Chainsaw" prequel movie for Jonathan Liebesman. R. Lee Ermey, Cassandra McGrath, Lauren Ambrose, Justin Bartha. At least, that's some of the names that are being 'looked at'. Offers and auditions go out/begin shortly. Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning has a role like Jessica's (Biel) in the first. "Constance" is described as being between 18-22, Caucasian, Sexy and smart, she is a girl coming into her own. On her way to Mexico to celebrate with her sister, she notices all and fears it as well. Beautiful, yet innocent, she will come full circle in a fight for her life. Lead. It's the 'star making' role. 'Sparky' I work for a publishing company. A couple of months back "State of Fear" was snapped up by Paramount. Michael Crichton's environmental thriller. They're bringing in actresses to test for roles - I can also tell you two of the names I know they're chasing for it, newcomer Cassie McGrath (Dimension's Wolf Creek) and Shannyn Sossamon (Lions Gate's Rules of Attraction).



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DVDTobe Hooper's
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Blutgericht in Texas

Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 16 Jahren
Darsteller: Marilyn Burns, Paul A. Partain
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 1. Oktober 2004


DVDTobe Hooper's
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Special Edition (2 DVDs)
Blutgericht in Texas / A Family Portrait

Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 16 Jahren
Darsteller: Marilyn Burns, Paul A. Partain
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 2. August 2004


DVDMichael Bay's
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Remake (2003)

Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 18 Jahren
Darsteller: Jessica Biel, Jonathan Tucker, Erica Leerhsen
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 8. Juli 2004



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Stephen Hand, u.a.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
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Various
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
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Erscheinungstermin: 29. Dezember 2003

18 Titel: u.a. Immortally insane; Below the bottom; Pride



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Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
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