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Submitted by Best-Horror-Movies 963d ago | news

Texas Chainsaw 4 Confirmed

Best Horror Movies says: If you follow box office tallies, you’re likely well aware that January is practically a death sentence for genre pictures. Horror often stumbles on the big screen, and rather than attempting to align prime release dates, studios often dump horror flicks on the masses during one of the year’s worst months for big screen reception." (Cinema, Texas Chainsaw 4)

Bumpmapping  +   963d ago
You got to be kidding
Best-Horror-Movies  +   962d ago
unfortunately not. They purchase the rights to make 7 movies based on the franchise and we are only 1 down.
DarkBlood  +   962d ago
so the texas 3D is one of them?
Best-Horror-Movies  +   962d ago
Yes Texas 3D is one of the 7 that they signed a agreement for,

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