Five new stills for Kevin Greutert's Saw 3D have just come our way riddled with people looking really, really scared! Time for you to face their fears with them! Look for Saw 3D in theatres nationwide this October 29th. Synopsis:
Game on, baby! The official trailer for Kevin Greutert's Saw 3D has just hit the interwebs with a splat, and we've got the goods on just what Jigsaw is up to next for you right here! Look for Saw 3D in theatres nationwide this October 29th. Synopsis:
Looks like another rock star has made the jump from stage to film. Linkin Park fans will be happy to know that frontman Chester Bennington is indeed in the latest entry into the Saw franchise. People who hate Linkin Park will be happy to know that they will have the chance to see him tortured this October. Look for Saw 3D in theatres nationwide this October 29th. Synopsis:
I guess Lionsgate is keeping its Saw fans who are on dial-up in mind as they've released a static version of the latest Saw 3D motion poster, which reminds us that even psychos like Jigsaw have a heart. Albeit a black one, but still!
The opening footage from Saw 3D played again recently at London's Movie Con, and with a full report has come a new image. Well, more of a variation on an already seen image (probably taken from the teaser trailer), but since you guys have to be kept in the loop on everything .... Check out the image below courtesy of Bleeding Cool. Look for Saw 3D in theatres nationwide this October 29th.
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A third motion poster for the seventh entry into what has been dubbed the "most successful horror franchise" in history by the Guinness Book of World Records, Saw 3D, has shown up online; and this one shows that this series' black heart is very much still beating!
While we're still very skeptical of this news as Hollywood lives by the mantra "if it makes money, make more of them", apparently Saw 3D's writers are sticking to their guns about this being the last.
A new (and if you ask us, better) motion poster for the seventh entry into what has been dubbed the "most successful horror franchise" in history by the Guinness Book of World Records, Saw 3D, has shown up online; and it's packing all sorts of can't take your eyes off it type goodness!
One of the most shocking things about the Saw 3D footage shown at Comic-Con was that it took place outside. While doing their thing at San Diego's big dance, director Kevin Greutert and star Tobin Bell talked a little bit about going public.
Rumored to be the last in the series (though if you believe that, I have nice shiny copies of Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter and Freddy's Dead to show you), we're all hoping that Saw 3D goes out with a splat. If the first eight minutes of footage shown offsite at this year's Comic-Con is any indication of what's to come, then things are looking wonderfully dark!
The moment you've been waiting for is here! The first teaser trailer for the seventh entry into the Saw franchise, Saw 3D, has made its debut over at IGN and we've got it for you right here!
And the goodies keep rolling in for Kevin Greutert's eye-popping new entry in the Saw franchise, Saw 3D. That's right, kids. Some new stills have surfaced for you to play with. Dig it!
Just hours after we debuted the first official one-sheet for Saw 3D, Lionsgate has finally released the first still from the film that was teased in Entertainment Weekly a couple of days ago.
If there's one thing you simply have to applaud about the Saw franchise, it is the various marketing campaigns for each film. Simply put, the one-sheets have always - and we mean always - kicked ass and totally served to get fans in ... shall we say ... the spirit of things. So what will we see on the first-ever one-sheet for the seventh entry into Lionsgate's mega-franchise? The wait is over.