Five Flicks in Five Clicks: January 11, 2013
Texas Chainsaw 3D
Synopsis: Admittedly, the film itself is terrible, but if you’re looking for campy, laugh-at-the-screen, make-out session of a horror film, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D is your best this weekend. It stars attractive people doing ridiculously stupid things, has a plot that’s not even worth describing (long-lost, smoking hot relative inherits the house where Leatherface was secretly cared for), and features some flying-at-your-face 3D effects from back in the days of the red-and-blue glasses. It also features one of the worst, most obvious plot-holes of all time – namely, if the original film is nearly 40 years old, how can the mid-twenties heroine possibly be the long-lost daughter from the first film?
Rotten Tomatoes: 21%