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Follow-up films are hitting theaters this weekend. An evolving documentary series tells the story of its stars 49 years later. Also, years after a massacre left many dead, a young woman stumbles upon the killer.
A young woman inherits a home with a deadly secret in Texas Chainsaw 3D. When Heather moves into the Texas estate that the grandmother she never knew has left her, she is tortured by a chainsaw wielding killer. The horror film runs for one hour and thirty-two minutes. It's rated R for violence and language.
Every seven years, filmmaker Michael Apted checks in with the fourteen children he interviewed in 1964 for his Granada TV Up series. 56 Up is the latest film that evolved from the original Seven Up. Based on the Jesuit saying, "Give me the child until he is seven and I will give you the man," the series compares people with different backgrounds and economic status from various parts of England. In the limited released documentary, the original fourteen children, now 56 years old, provide an update on how their lives have changed over the past seven years. The one hour limited released film is unrated.
The lives of superheroes are at risk in All Superheroes Must Die. It's been years since Charge, Cutthroat, The Wall and Shadow have defeated the evil Rickshaw, but now he's seeking vengeance. With their powers stripped, the superheroes face nearly impossible challenges in order to save humanity. The sci-fi action film is unrated and playing in limited theaters for one hour and twenty minutes.
As in Texas Chainsaw 3D, a new homeowner finds out there's a killer in the house in next week's new release, A Haunted House. Also making its way into theaters on Jan. 11, the star-studded drama, Gangster Squad.
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