i can't believe this. Weekend b.o. winner is…"Texas Chainsaw Massacre?????" http://t.co/OU9SASPR
— Roger Ebert (@ebertchicago) January 6, 2013
In the wake of the Newtown, Conn., shooting last month, America’s love affair with violent movies continues:
I’m sorry for what happened in Newtown, but I can’t wait to see the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
— Joshua Wiles (@theshape69) January 4, 2013
Just saw Texas chainsaw Massacre. ….liked it…lots of blood
— michaelpelzel (@pelzel71) January 6, 2013
Going to see Texas chainsaw massacre wahoo ready for blood
— jacob christian (@countryswag837) January 6, 2013
Saw Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D last night. Nothing like blood and gore flying at you from the screen.:) Woot woot!
— Lyn Croft (@LynCroft27) January 6, 2013
can’t wait for chainsaw massacre 3D to come out next week, gonna be funny having all the blood and gore diving out the screen
— gracexx (@gracehedgesx) January 6, 2013
If I had to sum up Texas Chainsaw in a few words it would be: blood and midriffs. Blood and midriffs everywhere.
— Matthew Roberts (@iseefp) January 6, 2013
Texas Chainsaw Massacre was almost a disappointment. So short.👎 So much blood though. 👍
— AbbyDabbyDoo ♡ (@abbby_marieee) January 6, 2013
Just saw Chainsaw Massacre 3D… It was alright…alot of blood and guts. What you would expect. #NoSpoiler
— Choppin Boyz (@ChoppinBoyz) January 6, 2013
Texas Chainsaw 3D,because everybody wants to see a crazy guy killing people with blood going everywere in 3D .
— Heather Cardenaz (@heatherleanne98) January 1, 2013
That’s not all. The shoot ‘em up movie, Django Unchained, is the #2 film in the US.
Between chainsaw massacre and django…. I’ve seen enough gore for an entire year.-.
— ♡N y d i a♡ (@_missnydia_) January 6, 2013