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Massacre à la tronçonneuse 3D

Massacre à la tronçonneuse 3D
Massacre à la tronçonneuse 3D Rating: 43 out of 100 based on 21 reviews.
Acteurs et actrices
Alexandra Daddario

Heather Miller
Dan Yeager

Leatherface
Trey Songz

Ryan (as Tremaine 'Trey Songz' Neverson)
James MacDonald

Officer Marvin
Thom Barry

Sheriff Hooper
Paul Rae

Burt Hartman
Richard Riehle

Farnsworth
Bill Moseley

Drayton Sawyer
Gunnar Hansen

Boss Sawyer / Leatherface (archive footage)
David Born

Gavin Miller
Sue Rock

Arlene Miller
Production
Director:John Luessenhop
Producer:Cyndi Brenner (line producer)
Mark Burg (executive producer)
Christa Campbell (executive producer)
Danny Dimbort (executive producer)
Lati Grobman (executive producer)
Avi Lerner (executive producer)
Carl Mazzocone (producer)
Robert Ortiz (line producer)
T. Justin Ross (associate producer)
Tobe Hooper (executive producer)
Kim Henkel (executive producer)
Robert Kuhn (executive producer)
Writer:Kirsten Elms (screenplay)
Adam Marcus (story) &)
Debra Sullivan (story)
Stephen Susco (story) and)
Kim Henkel (characters) and)
Tobe Hooper (characters)
Avis pour Massacre à la tronçonneuse 3D
Reel Film Reviews
exas Chainsaw, which ignores the series' sequels and picks up directly after the events of the original, follows a young woman (Alexandria Daddario's Heather) as she travels to Texas to take possession of an enormous house that she's just inherited...
lire la critique27 jan 2013
MediaMikes
When I first saw 1974′s “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”, I believe I wasn’t able to sleep for weeks. Leatherface is overall one of my favorite horror icons. He has changed so much over the years within the various sequels, remakes and prequels – some for...
MovieCrypt.com
Almost forty years after the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Leatherface returns (no surprise there) but it’s not a reboot (surprise!)
lire la critique30 jan 2013
RedEye
Since it's missing one particular word in its title, “Texas Chainsaw” now sounds almost like a menacingly named barbecue joint with an unnecessarily aggressive style of cutting its meat, likean Iron Chef who took the name to extremes.
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
The gruesome tale of the “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” comes back to life with a twisted continuation of the original 1974 film. The original “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” leaves us with an eerie scene of a girl escaping the clutches of Leatherface...
Liens externes
Wikipedia: fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Chainsaw_3D
Avis pour Massacre à la tronçonneuse 3D
Reel Film Reviews
exas Chainsaw, which ignores the series' sequels and picks up directly after the events of the original, follows a young woman (Alexandria Daddario's Heather) as she travels to Texas to take possession of an enormous house that she's just inherited...
lire la critique27 jan 2013
MediaMikes
When I first saw 1974′s “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”, I believe I wasn’t able to sleep for weeks. Leatherface is overall one of my favorite horror icons. He has changed so much over the years within the various sequels, remakes and prequels – some for...
MovieCrypt.com
Almost forty years after the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Leatherface returns (no surprise there) but it’s not a reboot (surprise!)
lire la critique30 jan 2013
RedEye
Since it's missing one particular word in its title, “Texas Chainsaw” now sounds almost like a menacingly named barbecue joint with an unnecessarily aggressive style of cutting its meat, likean Iron Chef who took the name to extremes.
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
The gruesome tale of the “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” comes back to life with a twisted continuation of the original 1974 film. The original “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” leaves us with an eerie scene of a girl escaping the clutches of Leatherface...
The A.V. Club
For fans of Tobe Hooper’s 1974 horror classic, the two most recent reboots of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, produced under Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes banner, were a particularly painful, almost sacrilegious defilement.
CinemaBlend.com
Contrary to what you may think, Texas Chainsaw 3D is not a shameless exploitation of a beloved franchise to make a quick buck, at least not from anyone involved at the actual filmmaking level. Director John Lussenhop and his team were clearly very...
Crave Online
I think we’re past the point of expecting any new movie with the words “Texas,” “Chainsaw” and “Massacre” in the title to be any good, at least in a traditional sense. Tobe Hooper’s original 1974 Ed Gein-inspired horror film, The Texas Chain Saw...
Shockya.com
Creating a frightening, original sequel to a cult horror classic that helped launch the slasher genre can be a difficult process for many filmmakers. Helmer John Luessenhop, who is making his horror film directorial debut, tried to create a new, unique...
Mark Reviews Movies
The heroine of Texas Chainsaw has at least three chances to stop the inevitable massacre, and, yes, despite the fact that the word is missing from the title this time around, there is a copious amount of blood and gore flowing and splattering from the bus
StarTribune.com
"Chainsaw 3D" -- they no longer use "Massacre" in the title. It's either implied or -- well, they don't want to give the movie away -- picks up the "story" where other recent massacres have left off. "Chainsaw 3D" makes some effort to find a reason for...
Aisle Seat
Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, released in 1974, is so fundamentally disturbing that it never leaves you once you've seen it. To this day, it is considered an all-time classic in the horror genre.
The Film Yap
Unnecessary but never uninteresting, “Texas Chainsaw” at least tries to sharpen the long-dulled blade for this, the seventh appearance of Leatherface — wielder of power tools, wearer of skin masks and butcherer of the curvaceous and chiseled.
EFilmCritic.com
Once upon a time--1974, to be exact--a grungy little movie appeared from seemingly out of nowhere in the nation's drive-ins and grindhouses with the instantly notorious title "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" and an ad campaign that asked the question...
Movie Web
Did the world need another Texas Chainsaw Massacre? of course not!, slap some 3D into the mix, put no effort into writing a new script or any authentic memorable kills your going to be talking about. It lacks the originality that even made Micheal...
Channel24
Regardless, it's probably ten remakes too many as the series may have dropped the "massacre" from its title, in place of a typically pointless "3D", but it's also dropped any sense of terror, anarchy and unexpectedness that the original...
lire la critique30 mai 2013
Kc
Texas Chainsaw 3D ภาพยนตร์แฟรนไชส์สิงหาลับ-เจ้าฆาตกรเลื่อยสุดดังกลับมาอีกครั้ง และครั้งนี้ก็ประหลาดหนักกว่าเดิมเสียด้วย ซึ่งส่วนตัวแล้วไม่ใช่แฟนตัวยางของหนังชุดนี้เลย และจำอะไรเกี่ยวกับภาคก่อนๆแทบไม่ได้แล้ว...
canada.com
This whole Texas chainsaw thing has started to go downhill, and you remember how good it used to be. The new film, Texas Chainsaw 3D, is a sequel to the classic 1974 horror movie — very influential in its use of meat hooks and the iconography...
NowRunning.com
The two stars that "Texas Chainsaw 3D" gets is because everything is relative. Given the genre, the look and feel of the film, it deserves this and nothing less.
lire la critique15 mar 2013
QNetwork Entertainment
Apparently the word “massacre” is no longer required in the title of Texas Chainsaw, the sixth sequel or prequel or remake of Tobe Hooper’s gritty 1974 horror classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I suppose that, after so many cinematic iterations...
Radio Times
Leatherface is back, and in gloriously indifferent 3D for this semi-coherent, morally confused, clumsy and superfluous sequel. It offers more slicing and dicing by filmdom's favourite chainsaw-toting cannibal who emerges implausibly from the basement...
Acteurs et actrices
Alexandra Daddario...Heather Miller
Scott Eastwood...Carl
Tania Raymonde...Nikki
Dan Yeager...Leatherface
Trey Songz...Ryan (as Tremaine 'Trey Songz' Neverson)
Shaun Sipos...Darryl
Keram Malicki-Sánchez...Kenny
James MacDonald...Officer Marvin
Thom Barry...Sheriff Hooper
Paul Rae...Burt Hartman
Richard Riehle...Farnsworth
Bill Moseley...Drayton Sawyer
Gunnar Hansen...Boss Sawyer / Leatherface (archive footage)
David Born...Gavin Miller
Sue Rock...Arlene Miller
Dodie Brown...Loretta Sawyer
Ritchie Montgomery...Ollie
John Dugan...Grandpa Sawyer / Grandfather (archive footage)
Scott A. Martin...Hargrove / Bartender
Nikolette Noel...Supermarker Co-Worker
Sam McKinzie...Young Leatherface
Veleka Gray...Receptionist
Tori London...Scared Girl
Justin Beau Howell...Drunk High Schooler
Tony McCullough...Townie
Allen Danziger...Jerry (archive footage)
Paul A. Partain...Franklin Hardesty
William Vail...Kirk (archive footage)
Teri McMinn...Pam (archive footage)
Edwin Neal...Hitchhiker (archive footage)
Jonathan Darden...Hardware Store Cashier
Eric Juell...Carnival Patron
Michael Patrick Rogers...Bartender (uncredited)
Elena Sanchez...Sally (uncredited)
Roni Hummel...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Brandon Noack...Football Player (uncredited)
Troy Harris...Trucker (uncredited)
Pamela Van Zandt...Sandy (uncredited)
Joe Guarneri...Townie (uncredited)
Johnnie Brannon...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Juliet Reeves...Pedestrian (uncredited)
Carl Bailey...Fireball Townie (uncredited)
Kristen Beevers...Carnival Goer (uncredited)
Michael Byrnes...Carnival visitor (uncredited)
Sarah Dandashy...Annie (uncredited)
Tavaris James Durell...Carnival guy (uncredited)
Amanda Dyar...Hot Bar Girl (uncredited)
Dan Forest...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Timothy Hoffman...Townie (uncredited)
Kari J. Kramer...Pig Man (uncredited)
James Pasierbowicz...Guy at Bar (uncredited)
James Paul...Street Driver / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Blain Sanchez...Townie (uncredited)
Nathan Scott...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Mike Walker...Man Running from Leatherface (uncredited)
Stephen Waters...Townie (uncredited)
Production
Director:John Luessenhop
Producer:Cyndi Brenner (line producer)
Mark Burg (executive producer)
Christa Campbell (executive producer)
Danny Dimbort (executive producer)
Lati Grobman (executive producer)
Avi Lerner (executive producer)
Carl Mazzocone (producer)
Robert Ortiz (line producer)
T. Justin Ross (associate producer)
Tobe Hooper (executive producer)
Kim Henkel (executive producer)
Robert Kuhn (executive producer)
Writer:Kirsten Elms (screenplay)
Adam Marcus (story) &)
Debra Sullivan (story)
Stephen Susco (story) and)
Kim Henkel (characters) and)
Tobe Hooper (characters)
Composer:John Frizzell
Cinematographer:Anastas N. Michos
Editing:Randy Bricker
Production Design:William A. Elliott
Costume Design:Mary E. McLeod
Makeup:Andrea Bowman (hair stylist)
Robert Kurtzman (special makeup effects artist)
Amy Wood (key hair stylist)
Crystal Woodford (hair stylist)
Production Management:Cyndi Brenner (unit production manager)
Robert Ortiz (unit production manager)
Giancarlo J. Sini (production supervisor)
Matthew O'Toole (executive in charge of production)
Larry Ferguson Jr. (post-production supervisor)
Les entreprises
Production Studio:Lionsgate
Nu Image Films
Mainline Pictures
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