Texas Chainsaw (2013)Extra Scene After the Credits

Movie Details

In Theaters: January 4, 2013
On Video: May 14, 2013
Director(s): John Luessenhop
Genre(s): Horror, Thriller
Production Co.: Mainline Pictures, Millennium Films, Nu Image Films
Distributor(s): Lionsgate
MPAA Rating: R
Website(s): Official Site, Facebook
Our Review: 1.5 out of 5
Running Time: 92 minutes
Credits Running Time: 5 minutes

During the Credits

The first three minutes of the credits of Texas Chainsaw feature a bloody red and white 3D photos on the opposing sides of the credits while they roll.

After the Credits

There is a brief 20-second stinger after the credits of Texas Chainsaw. Check out more details and spoilers below.

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The extra scene shows Heather’s adoptive parents, Gavin and Arlene, visiting the Sawyer estate. Intending to greedily split the inheritance, Arlene instructs Gavin to like the place as they wait on the porch after ringing the doorbell. The door is answered by Jed Sawyer, aka Leatherface, who attacks them with a chainsaw.

Special thanks to Kallizm, Matt, and Cherub Cow for the stinger submissions!

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  • Kallizm

    There is indeed a stinger, left a message for you.

  • http://cherubcow.com/ Cherub Cow

    Also confirming that there is a stinger after the credits of Texas Chainsaw 3D.
    It’s worth sticking around for; pretty funny :)

  • Kel

    Anyone know what the end credit song was?

    • http://moviestinger.com Vinnie Leduc

      my shazam couldn’t get it, but according to the end credits, it’s either “Closer to the Bone” by Tom Leonard and Logan Mader or “I Thought I was a Stud” by Carey Moore

  • bobdrisdale

    The extra scene at the end of the initial credits is of James Franco trying to rhyme the word orange (he had a cameo in the film).
    Towards the end of the credits (near the songs listed that were used in the film) is a classic witty voicemail recording of Logan Echols (in the series he always had witty funny voicemail recordings).
    Nothing after the credits.