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You can't keep a good cannibalistic inbred serial killer down! This weekend sees the release of “Texas Chainsaw 3D” (yes, the word “Massacre” is purposefully missing from the title -- more on that in a minute), the latest in a seemingly unending series of reboots, sequels and spin-offs that began with 1974's immortal classic “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre,” and continued through a cluster of contentious follow-ups and a pair of glossy Michael Bay-produced remakes. This new “Chainsaw” is being ushered to the screen by one of the original architects of the “Saw” franchise, and when he acquired the rights, he let it be known that he intends it to be the next major horror franchise, with plans for six films (!) already mapped out. The question, of course, is whether or not this newest “Chainsaw” can hold a candle to the original, or if its mired in the same »

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