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Leatherface (2017) Movie Review

Now, the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise has never been the stuff of legends, not like its antagonist-turned-protagonist-turned-antagonist-etcetera, Leatherface. (Well, maybe not protagonist, but it seems like every other sequel wants to make us sympathize with the chainsaw-wielding serial killer). 502 more words

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Movie Review: Leatherface (2017)

Please stick with me past this next sentence.

This is the Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie that isn’t one at all.

That doesn’t necessarily make it bad, it just means you have to leave that hang up at the door. 398 more words

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The 13 Best Holiday Horror Films Countdown - #2!

Ho-ho-horror, everyone! M.L. Miller aka the @$$hole formerly known as Ambush Bug here. Continuing the countdown fun, I’ve decided to finally compile a list of the Best Holiday Horror Movies this December. 1,097 more words

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HORROR YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: LIVIDE (2011)

LIVIDE (2011)

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French horror tells the story of a young woman named Lucie (Chloé Coulloud) who is studying to be a home care nurse. 546 more words

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Let's Visit Texas, Part 8 (Leatherface, 2017)

Like 2013’s Texas Chainsaw 3D, this film sets itself within the universe of the original film.  This time around, we are learning the origins of Leatherface.  439 more words

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Interview: 'Leatherface' Director Julien Maury

The team of Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo are horror film aficionados. They are also the men behind some really good horror films, such as, … 486 more words

Creepy Countdown: 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre for us is like Citizen Kane!' - An interview with the directors of Leatherface

Coming in as the eighth instalment of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, Leatherface takes the series back to its roots – acting as a prequel to the original 1974 movie itself. 1,011 more words

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