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Saw VI stands as one of the biggest surprises of the year for us here at Dread Central. We all thought it was Game Over after the abysmally ridiculous Part V, but director Kevin Gruetert and his team had other plans. The flick is getting ready to hit DVD and Blu-ray and we’ve got your details just waiting for ya!

The next bone shattering installment of one of the most popular horror film franchises in history comes to DVD and Blu-ray Disc this January with the release of Saw VI. The film will be available in three different versions – an R-rated Theatrical Full Screen Edition, an Unrated Director’s cut Widescreen Edition and an Unrated Director’s cut Blu-ray Disc – and as a digital download. All three versions are a “2-Movie Set” that includes the first original Saw feature film so viewers can see “where it all began.” All three versions also contain fabulously frightening bonus materials including three featurettes that take a look at Jigsaw, the traps and an exclusive look at the Halloween Horror Nights Saw Maze plus music videos. In addition, the unrated DVD and Blu-ray Disc feature two audio commentaries with the executive producers and the screenwriters of the film.

UNRATED DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Audio Commentary with Producer Mark Burg and Executive Producers Peter Block and Jason Constantine
  • Audio Commentary with Director Kevin Greutert and Screenwriters Patrick Melton & Marcus Dunstan
  • Jigsaw Revealed featurette
  • The Traps of SAW VI featurette
  • A Killer Maze: Making SAW GAME OVER featurette
  • Music videos from the bands Mushroomhead, Memphis May Fire, Hatebreed and Suicide Silence
  • Original theatrical trailer

    R-RATED THEATRICAL DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Jigsaw Revealed featurette
  • The Traps of SAW VI featurette
  • A Killer Maze: Making SAW GAME OVER featurette
  • Music videos from the bands Mushroomhead, Memphis May Fire, Hatebreed and Suicide Silence
  • Original theatrical trailer

    BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Audio Commentary with Producer Mark Burg and Executive Producers Peter Block and Jason Constantine
  • Audio Commentary with Director Kevin Greutert and Screenwriters Patrick Melton & Marcus Dunstan
  • Jigsaw Revealed featurette
  • The Traps of SAW VI featurette
  • A Killer Maze: Making SAW GAME OVER featurette
  • Music videos from the bands Mushroomhead, Memphis May Fire, Hatebreed and Suicide Silence
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Lionsgate Live™ * (requires profile 2.0 player)
  • Touch and Metamenu Remote™ enabled

    Check out the artwork below.

    Saw VI DVD and Blu-ray Art and Details

    Saw VI DVD and Blu-ray Art and Details

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