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Texas Chainsaw

Texas Chainsaw (2013)
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Texas Chainsaw is not available in Denmark BUT it can be unlocked and viewed!
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Slasher and Serial Killer Movies, Horror Movies
Director(s): John Luessenhop


When a young woman travels to Texas to collect her inheritance, she discovers that a brutal, chainsaw-wielding madman is part of the bequest. A long-lost grandma and an inheritance are great. A long-lost chainsaw-wielding cousin and a body count -- not so much.

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Keram Malicki-Sánchez, Scott Eastwood, Trey Songz, Dan Yeager, Bill Moseley, Thom Barry, Tania Raymonde, Paul Rae, Alexandra Daddario, Richard Riehle, Shaun Sipos

Watch "Texas Chainsaw" on Netflix in Denmark

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