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Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (R-Rated & Unrated Versions)

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Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (DVD)

When a young couple drive through Texas on their way from California to Florida, they are given wrong directions in a small town and become lost far from town in the dark of the night. Now a chain saw wielding, murderous cannibal--who wears the skin of his victims over his face--is pursuing them ... and the few people the couple meet help the serial murderer rather than his hapless prey.

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  • Actors: Viggo Mortensen, William Butler, Ken Foree, Joe Unger, Tom Everett
  • Directors: Jeff Burr
  • Writers: David J. Schow
  • Producers: Robert Engelman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Restricted
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 7, 2005
  • Run Time: 81 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000099T3M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,356 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (R-Rated & Unrated Versions)" on IMDb

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As a lifelong horror fan, and more importantly "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" fan, it's hard for me to like a movie that doesn't respect the mythology of Leatherface, or keep with the continuity of the movies that came before it. And unfortunately, as time went on, and with each sequel (up until the deadpan 2003 remake), the series just got goofier and made less sense. However, there are still many thrills to be had with "Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III," and thanks to the DVD that sports both the rated and un-rated cuts, we can have our cake and eat it too. Obviously the unrated cut delivers the goods and makes the movie that much better than my intitial viewing, but the supplemental material actually helps us to understand why this movie is the way it is, and offers some insight as to the good natured intentions behind it (ala director Jeff Burr). But, more on that later. This installment in the series pretty much ignores Leatherface's unfortunate demise in part 2, and has him shacking up with a new family full of people just as deranged and far removed from the real world as the ones found in the original. When a couple on the rocks (William Butler and Kate Hodge) driving through Texas are directed down a wrong road, they collide with a camper/hunter by the name of Benny (played by genre favorite and "Dawn Of The Dead" star, Ken Foree) and through a turn of events, end up in Leatherface's home, being tortured and torn apart. However, Benny gives the family more than they bargained for, and fights chainsaw with firepower. The movie does reach into levels of cheese at points, but it's still loads of fun, thanks to Ken Foree, who could steal any movie he's in.Read more ›
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The first TCM was one of the biggest horror hits of all time, inflicting pain and brutal terror upon its viewers. The 2nd installment was awesome, but was nothing like the original. The 3rd TCM actually lived up to the original, but after it's release it was long forgotten. You would think with Tobe Hooper not directing this movie, it would be a huge mistake, but actually, it was a good idea. None of the old family members are here, accept an older, greener grandpa, and of course, Leatherface. The house is different, but the inside looks similar to the original, but not much. Leatherface has a different looking mask, still made of human flesh though. The settings are: The desert, an old gas station, the texas woods in very thick darkness, and Leatherfaces (new) house. This movie has a whole lot of action. Lots blood and gore violence, on the unrated edition, gunshots, and lots of good chainsaw action. This is Leatherface at his best, so look closely, you might miss something bizarre!
R-Rated Version: This version, well, sucks. It has a whole bunch of perfectly good violence edited out. Watch the unrated version for true terror!
Unrated Version: If you are a horror/violence fan, you should know to always look for an unrated version of a good horror movie. This version of L:TCM3 is the bloody, gory, violent version only strong horror fans can view. Weak-hearted people, you have been warned!
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Since New Line released their recent re-make of the The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, they finally had the good sense to release Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 on an extra laden DVD. Undoubtadly the best, and sadly the monst infamous, sequel in the series, this installment finds two college students (Kate Hodge and William Butler) stranded on a Texas backroad being stalked and hacked up by Leatherface and his larger cannibalistic family. Ever since this film was released, it garnered a lot of criticism and bad press because of it's many attempts just to get an R rating. Well, here it is in all it's unrated gory glory, but for the life of me I cannot understand how the unrated version never got an R rating; I mean House of 1000 Corpses was gorier than that. The film also stars a pre-Lord of the Rings Viggo Mortensen as a member of Leatherface's family, and Dawn of the Dead's Ken Foree as a survivalist who is all that stands between the kids and the family. The DVD includes a documentary on the film, deleted scenes, and a commentary by director Jeff Burr and crew.
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I am a big fan of the original Chainsaw Massacre. It was a very well made and effective movie for its time. I only wish I could say the same for all of its sequels. Personally, I found part 2 to be a huge letdown, despite Tobe Hooper directing it. It turned terror into cheesiness, kind of like Evil Dead 2 except not nearly as cool. The cheese factor is just too high for me to own it. Part 4, The Next Generation, was one of the worst horror sequels I have ever seen. It was trash. If it weren't for the fact that Mathew McConaughey and Renee Zellweger both got famous 5 years after this movie's filming, I wager it would never have hit shelves. However, Leatherface, Chainsaw Massacre part 3 is the one redeemable sequel of the series. Though it features a basically different family from that of the first two movies, it is effective as an early 90s horror film, and manages to keep your attention for most of the film. Leatherface is truly brutal in this film and you won't find him whining like a little girl while putting on hose & garters and applying lipstick as he so unfortunately does in part 4. If you are a fan of the original and haven't seen this, I would encourage you to give it a try, even if you have been disappointed with parts 2 and 4 as I have. Not the best horror movie ever and not for everyone, but nonetheless a fun romp through the backwoods of Texas with your favorite chainsaw-wielding freak.
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