From New Line Cinema & Platinum Dunes. Theatrical trailer for "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)." Directed by Marcus Nispel. Produced by Michael Bay. Starring Jessica Beil, Jonathan Tucker, Erica Leerhsen, Mike Vogel, Eric Balfour, Andrew Bryniarski, R. Lee Ermy.
The clip Leaving the gas station from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with Jessica Biel, Jonathan Tucker
I just want to go home, ok?
It's starting to stink back here.
No worse than the inside of that fucking store.
Did you smell that nasty beef shit?
Oh, my god.
The clip What to do? from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with Jonathan Tucker, Eric Balfour
What are we gonna do?
I don't know. We're gonna...
we're gonna have to call the cops, I guess.
Yeah, on the list of bad ideas,
that one goes way up there.
Are you kidding me?
Oh, police officer, please,
as you inspect the crime scene,
which is now our van,
please ignore the colorful pinata
filled with marijuana
you may just happen to come across,
because it played no part whatsoever
in the demise of this unfortunate young woman.
Listen... keep your goddamn voice down.
Easy, easy, easy.
Well, you're not gonna listen to him.
What the fuck are you doing?
It's over, man.
Kemp, you just can't throw the shit out.
The clip Post-trauma from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with Eric Balfour, Jonathan Tucker
Let me out! Oh, my god!
Are you all right?
It's too much. I'm ok. I'm ok.
Aah! Aah! Oh, my god!
Let me see.
It's all over me!
It's gone. It's gone. Look.
I could have fucking died out there!
We all could have, Morgan.
Did that just happen?
I've never seen anybody die before.
Yeah, most people never do.
I really don't see
how that's helping us right now, man.
I don't know why we had to pick her up.
Why the fuck did we have to stop?
She needed help!
A lot of fucking help we did her!
Leave her alone.
I just don't understand.
Why did she do it?
And why did she have to pick us?
Why did she have to pick us?
The clip The stray from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with Jonathan Tucker, Lauren German
Ok, we can take you home.
Um... what's your name?
They're all dead.
Oh, my god. I am way too stoned for this.
Baby, let's find a hospital, ok?
You know what? Give me the vaguest idea
where there is one, and we'll go there.
Um... who's dead?
Kemper, didn't your mother ever tell you
not to pick up hitchhikers?
You're going the wrong way.
Stop! You're going the wrong way!
Hey, hey, hey!
You can't make me go back there.
I won't go back there.
He's a bad man.
He's a really bad man.
He's a bad man.
Oh, my god. Oh, shit.
You're all gonna die.
Drop it. Drop it.
The clip Kemper and Erin from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
I'm sorry, ok? I...
I did it for us.
I did it so we could start a life, you know.
I'm sorry. Ok?
The clip Watch the road from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with Jessica Biel
Guys, relax. It's not like
we don't have 2 pounds of...
oh, right. Shh!
What did you say?
I don't remember. I'm sorry.
I got bad brain cells.
Uh, "2 pounds of pot."
Does that refresh your memory?
Don't listen to him.
He's baked, and he's stupid.
Baby, will you please tell me
that we did not go to Mexico to buy pot?
We did not go to Mexico to buy pot.
Hey, come on, baby.
Look at me. I am not a dope smuggler, ok?
Tell me how much you love me.
How much? That much.
This much. That much?
That's it. That's it.
Ok. Give me a kiss.
Can you drive possibly, please?
You almost hit her.
What the fuck
was she doing walking in the middle of the road?
Hello? Hey, are you ok?
Boys, that's a bad acid trip
walking right there.
Hello? Can you hear us?
You're gonna get killed doing that.
Kemp, stop the van.
Fuck that. We got a concert to go to.
We're still 3 fucking hours from Dallas!
Where are you going?
We're getting there.
The clip Watch the road Part 2 from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
just need to get away.
Got to get away.
I want to go home.
Ok, we can't leave her
out here like this.
Hey, let us help you, ok?
Come on. It's ok.
It's ok, man.
We'll give you a ride, wherever you want to go.
I want to go home.
The clip Augst 18, 1973 from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with Jonathan Tucker, Eric Balfour
Hold on! Hold on!
Don't let go! Not yet! Not yet!
Yeah! Now! Now! Let go!
Big wheels keep on turning
would somebody please make her stop singing?
Carry me home to see my kin
I think you got a beautiful voice, baby.
I miss Alabama once again
and I think it's a sin, yes
can you believe...
we didn't even know each other yesterday?
I know. It's just amazing.
You know what's even more amazing?
What are you, like at a pause or half-time?
Ok, the fact that 33,000 Americans each day
are infected with a sexually-transmitted disease,
and two-thirds of them are just about your age.
How are you the expert on the dumbest shit?
Sweet home Alabama
lord, I'm coming home to you
what are the odds of you guys
passing through el Paso
just as I started to hitch?
I mean, it's like... synchronicity.
It's like L.S.D.
It's like this shit does not just happen.
The clip On the road from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with Mike Vogel, Eric Balfour
Oh, baby, they got to play Free Bird.
Oh, they have to.
We paid a fortune for these tickets.
Yo, kemp, can you do something about the a.c. back here?
But if you or pepper get too hot,
you could always take your clothes off.
You'd like that, wouldn't you?
You are such a perv.
Don't listen to him, pepper.
Why not? I think he's funny.
She's only known you for 19 hours.
I've lived with him for 3 years,
and trust me, he is not funny.
Morgan, hey, let me see that.
Thank you. I think
I can manage, college boy.
Oh, no, thank you. I'm nauseous.
Montezuma's revenge. I was like Erin...
"don't drink the water down there."
And she didn't drink the tequila,
she didn't drink the weed...
smoke the weed.
Well, maybe I didn't go to Mexico
to watch you get shit-faced for 4 days.
That is what people do when they go to Mexico.
What did you expect?
I don't know.
A tear-cut diamond ring that goes right here
on my beautiful little finger?
You're gonna get your ring someday.
I heard that one before.
that was so not cool.
The clip company credits from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
The clip Prologue from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with John Larroquette
The film which you are about to see
is an account of the tragedy
which befell a group of 5 youths.
It is all the more tragic in that they were young,
but had they lived very, very long lives,
they could not have expected,
nor would they have wished to see
as much of the mad and macabre as they were to see that day.
For them, an idyllic summer afternoon became a nightmare.
For 30 years, the files collected dust
in the cold-cases division
of the travis county police department.
Over 1,300 pieces of evidence
were collected from the crime scene
at the Hewitt residence.
Yet none of the evidence was more compelling
than the classified police footage
of the crime-scene walk-through.
Test, test, test.
Ok, uh... this is august 20, 1973.
The time is 3:47 p.m.
Our location is the Hewitt residence on route 17.
That's where victim one was found.
We're gonna do a walk-through,
and we're now descending the stairs
into the furnace room.
there's... over here.
There's scratch marks along the wall.
There's some more over here, right along here.
And... oh, there's something over here. It seems like...
it looks like a clot of hair and an embedded fingernail.
All right, we're gonna go move into the actual furnace room.
The events of that day
were to lead to one of the most bizarre crimes
in the annals of American history...
the Texas chainsaw massacre.
The clip closing credits 3 from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
The clip closing credits 2 from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
The clip closing credits 1 from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
The clip Not quite over from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) with John Larroquette
This is august 20, 1973.
Our location is the Hewitt residence.
We're gonna go and move into the actual furnace room.
Watch yourself. Look out.
Oh, man. Ugh...
Look out. You got it?
All right. This is the actual furnace room
we're going into where they are suspected to have perpetrated...
got a bit of a jump there.
That's ok. Don't worry.
Come on back here. Follow me.
the crime scene was not properly secured
by Travis county police.
2 investigating officers were fatally wounded that day.
This is the only known image of Thomas Hewitt,
the man they call leatherface.
The case today still remains open.