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Jigsaw still not calling it a day

01 October 2009  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  

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Ah, autumn. Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, interrupted only by the screams that greet the release of the latest Saw movie: this year, Saw VI. Yes, serial killer* Jigsaw hasn't let such a small detail as being dead for three movies stop him from choosing new victims, and here's a taster with all-new footage from the film.

This time around, police lieutenant Mark Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) has covered up his murder of Agent Strahm (Scott Patterson) in the last film and is continuing Jigsaw's work, but it turns out there's more to Jigsaw's scheme than was ever revealed before (of course). Traps (some of them glimpsed here) include a "steam room", a carousel with six people on it, only two of whom can be saved and a head trap with metal bars threatening to crush the victim's skull (the latter played by Tanedra Howard, winner of a TV reality show contest for the part).

Saw VI is out on October 23, just in time for Halloween. Get your Valium ready.

*Or is he? Discuss (300 words, 12 points). Remember to include your reasoning in full.

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Shurley they will run out of body parts soon for he posters! More

Posted by mr blond at 00:39 on 08 October 2009 | Report This Post

Saw 666: Satanicly Bad
Even though Saw has been terrible since....well the first one I say they will go to ten just to use the name Saw X More

Posted by S1lent B0b at 21:33 on 04 October 2009 | Report This Post

SAW 6 :why bother!?
Im a big fan of horror but enough is enough already with this type of film it has gone on for too long now they should have just kept it at 3 maxium. Wont be wasting my money on this! More

Posted by deppfanatic at 21:40 on 03 October 2009 | Report This Post

I would like to see it, but I still reckon it will be crap, but who knows, ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN! More

Posted by Bond11 at 12:01 on 03 October 2009 | Report This Post

who cares about these films anymore? I read somewhere that they are the modern-day equivalent of all of the Freddy and Jason sequels - NO. they had a sort of charm to them, these don't. More

Posted by Snake-Eyes at 10:36 on 03 October 2009 | Report This Post

Ashamed to admit it but...
The Saw films are daft but enjoyable. Slightly embarrased that I'm looking forward to part 6, but what can I say? Cheesy horrors count amongst my guilty pleasures... More

Posted by Lucky C at 19:47 on 02 October 2009 | Report This Post

Check out on Wikipedia the gross revenue for these films and how much they cost to make...   The 1st one cost $1.2m and made $103m  SAW 2    $4m   made $153m  SAW 3    $11m made $165m SAW 4    $10m made $139m SAW 5    $11m made $135.5m    Now say you are a studio executive would you say 'no more please......'   I reckon with these ROI figures they could greenli More

Posted by JayCbee at 12:22 on 02 October 2009 | Report This Post

People still watch these flims.... The first one's good i'll let that off, but the fact that there gonna be about 10 of these takes the piss! More

Posted by mr blond at 21:42 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

I'm thinking at the end of this film the whole franchise will be revealed as one big Jigsaw trap/puzzle/whatever. Or is that too meta?! More

Posted by RogueElement at 21:33 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

Ha ha I LOVE Saw!!!
Keep 'em dyin' Jigsaw! More

Posted by tom_poynton at 19:26 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

these films just will not dieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! More

Posted by Coolerking2007 at 18:41 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

Who still pays to see this crap?
Please no more! More

Posted by RetroWizzy at 18:23 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

double post :s More

Posted by kevy85 at 15:01 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

I had to walk out of the first film because i couldn't stop laughing at how terrible the film was. i cant believe this will be the 6th one. O well make a film for idiots and i guess idiots will pay to see it More

Posted by kevy85 at 14:59 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

RE: Enough already!
L: hughjass I stopped watching after the godawful 3rd one, Will they ever stop?! Why do you care if you stopped watching 3 films ago? More

Posted by UTB at 13:18 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

Enough already!
I stopped watching after the godawful 3rd one, Will they ever stop?! More

Posted by hughjass at 13:13 on 01 October 2009 | Report This Post

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