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The Texas chainsaw massacre [blu-ray] : the beginning / Alliance Films.
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Blu-ray double feature

Texas chain saw massacre
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[Canada] : Distributed by Alliance Films, 2013.

©2013
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1 videodisc (194 min.) : sound, color ; 12 cm
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Title from disc surface.

The Texas chainsaw massacre (Massacre á la tronçonneuse): Directed by Marcus Nispel ; screenplay by Scott Kosar ; produced by Michael Bay, Mike Fleiss ; New Line Cinema presents ; in association with Michael Bay and Radar Pictures ; a Platinum Dunes/Next Entertainment production.

The Texas chainsaw massacre: Originally released as a motion picture in 2003. Based on the 1974 screenplay by Kim Henkel and Tobe Hooper.

The Texas chainsaw massacre : the beginning (Massacre á la tronçonneuse : le commencement): New Line Cinema presents in association with Michael Bay ; a Plantinum Dunes/Next Entertainment production ; a Vortex/Henkel/Hooper production ; produced by Michael Bay, Mike Fleiss, Tobe Hooper, Kim Henkel, Andrew Form, Brad Fuller ; story by Sheldon Turner and David J. Schow ; screenplay by Sheldon Turner ; directed by Jonathan Liebesman.

The Texas chainsaw massacre : the beginning: Originally released as a motion picture in 2006.
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Canadian Home Video rating: 18A for brutal violence and disturbing content.
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Texas chainsaw massacre : the beginning.
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Bear witness to the birth of the most horrifying legend in the history of cinema as director Jonathan Liebesman explores the nightmarish origins of the psychotic Hewitt family in this sequel to director Marcus Nispel's 2003 hit The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The year is 1969, and despite the fact that the Vietnam War is raging halfway across the globe, all is ominously quiet on the back roads of America. Eighteen-year-old Dean Hill (Taylor Handley) has just received his draft notice, and his older brother, Eric (Matthew Bomer), is determined to watch out for his younger sibling by ensuring that Dean enroll in the Marine Corps rather than risking his luck at the local induction center. Dean has other plans, though, and as soon as the pair and their girlfriends, Bailey (Diora Baird) and Chrissie (Jordana Brewster), return from their final fling in sunny Texas, he plans to confront his brother with the prospect of dodging the draft. When an unsettling encounter with malevolent bikers Holden (Lee Tergesen) and Alex (Cyia Batten) results in a serious car accident in which Chrissie is thrown from the vehicle, the arrival of Sheriff Hoyt (R. Lee Ermey) at first appears to be a moment of divine intervention. However, when Sheriff Hoyt murders thieving Alex in cold blood and then shepherds her friends into the back of his police cruiser as Chrissie watches from the brush, their momentary reprieve soon gives way to an unimaginable terror. As Hoyt transports her ailing friends to the Hewitt home, where a childlike man named Thomas is currently undergoing the transformation into cannibalistic madman Leatherface (Andrew Bryniarski), a desperate Chrissie attempts to enlist the aid of Holden in rescuing her friends from a fate worse than death. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi