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  Saw V Teaser Trailer Debuts at Comic-Con
Posted by: Christine on Jul 25th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

While I’m not really all that interested in the latest installment in the Saw franchise, I still feel compelled to share the teaser trailer that debuted at Comic-Con. I’m not even sure what the plot’s supposed to be in this movie, but I do know it can’t possibly directly involve Jigsaw, the shining star in this series. Therefore, I’m not interested. For those of you that are, click below for the teaser.




Saw V will be in theaters October 24th, 2008, just in time for Halloween as usual.

  Saw V Official Synopsis
Posted by: Christine on May 14th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

From Bloody Disgusting comes the final official synopsis for Saw V, the fourth sequel in the twisted horror franchise. It says,

In the fifth installment of the popular Saw franchise, Hoffman is seemingly the last person alive to carry on the Jigsaw legacy. But when his secret is threatened, Hoffman must go on the hunt to eliminate all loose ends.

Since I wasn’t all that invested in Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) to begin with, an entire movie about him killing people isn’t nearly as interesting as Jigsaw putting people in deadly traps so that in the event they escape, they appreciate their life more.

For the first time, I’m not really all that interested in a Saw sequel. I mean, seriously…”carry on the Jigsaw legacy”? He’s not carrying on Jigsaw’s legacy. He’s murdering people to keep them quiet. Jigsaw had a reason, however twisted, for the things he did. And that was what made him, and the original few films, so compelling.

  Saw V Casting News
Posted by: Christine on Mar 21st, 2008 Leave a Comment »

Bloody Disgusting confirmed the cast so far for Saw V as Tobin Bell, Scott Patterson, Costas Mandylor, Mark Rolston, Betsy Russell, and Samantha Lemole. IMDb only has Bell, Patterson, and Mandylor listed, but one would assume at least Betsy Russell would be around for the fifth flick in the series.

Mark Rolston and Samantha Lemole are new to the series, but the rest are all returning characters. The movie is still set for release the weekend before Halloween this year, making this the fifth year in a row that we’ll be able to spend Halloween watching Jigsaw impart his special brand of life-appreciation.

  Saw V Trap News
Posted by: Christine on Feb 13th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a big fan of the Saw series of horror flicks, so news on Saw V eight and a half months before the movie hits theaters makes me very happy.

Bloody Disgusting spoke with director David Hackl who has previously served as production designer on the Saw sequels. Hackl has a few tidbits to share about the set and the traps, but I think the most interesting part is when he talks about the “reference disc” given to him by the trap designer: “The disc was full of real life ‘inspiration’ from industrial accidents, plane crashes and road disasters.”

Sounds like the traps are going to be even more disgusting and violent than we’ve seen in the past three sequels.

  Saw Video Game in the Works
Posted by: Christine on Feb 2nd, 2008 Leave a Comment »

I’m a big fan of the Saw series of films, but news of a video game based on the series is a little bit disturbing. It’s one thing to go watch a scary movie; quite another to pretend to be the killer and slash people up from the comfort of your living room.

Of course, no plot has been revealed and thinks it will probably be a puzzle-solving game, but in order to stay true to the series there’s going to have to be some blood and gore.

While I’ve played my fair share of violent games (I love House of the Dead), just the thought of playing a video game with the level of violence in the Saw films is a little nauseating.

The good news is, the creators of the game are rumored to be working with Leigh Whannell and James Wan, the creators of the original Saw.

  New Releases – 01/22/08
Posted by: Christine on Jan 22nd, 2008 Leave a Comment »

Saw IV on DVDThis week’s new releases include a totally awesome, overly gruesome, horror movie, and two lame-o kiddie flicks starring The Rock and Amanda Bynes (thankfully, not together).

Also available this week is Season 8 of ER, which includes the addition of Mekhi Phifer as Dr. Greg Pratt, one of the best additions to the cast ever.

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