'Texas Chainsaw 3D' Set Visit: 'A Really Frickin' Scary Movie'

A trip to a film set doesn't usually involve speaking to the cast members while they're covered in blood, but that was the case for MTV News' journey to Shreveport, Louisiana and the set of "Texas Chainsaw 3D."

We spoke with Alexandra Daddario, Tania Raymonde, Keram Malicki-Sanchez, Shaun Sipos and Trey Songz on the set, and a number of them had blood all over their face during the interview.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with "Texas Chainsaw 3D," Daddario does a pretty good job of explain what it's all about.

"This one is a sequel to the original. I think it's a different kind of film than the original, but as far as the stories and the characters, there are a lot of references to the original," she said. "So I think fans of the original will sort of get a kick out of a lot of those references."

But even if you're completely unfamiliar with the series, Raymonde had this to say. "It's just like a really frickin' scary movie," she said. "Some dude in a mask made of human skin chasing you with a chainsaw? That's scary to anyone — that's scary to people who've seen the original, and it's scary to people who've never heard of 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre.' So I think it's universally going to freak people out."

"Texas Chainsaw 3D" opens on January 4.