Last year's Saw: The Video Game (review here) was way better than it had any right to be. Today Konami officially announced its sequel along with the news that Tobin Bell will be back to voice Jigsaw! Honestly? No one else could possibly do it!
There are few films coming out later this year that have as big or as interesting of a behind-the-scenes story as Kevin Greutert's Saw 3D. The Saw vs. Paranormal Activity rivalry has been well documented online, and we've all sifted through the dirty laundry. In the end we're sure Greutert will deliver once more so there's a lot to be excited about ... speaking of which ...
Though Lionsgate rarely tips its hand with regard to casting and plot points for the Saw movies, a bit of possible casting news has hit the net that's pretty interesting.
Today's the day, folks! Saw VII begins principal photography with Kevin Greutert at its helm. This comes as a bit of a bittersweet pill. For one thing Saw fans should be thrilled as Kevin made Part VI one of the best of the series; however, the man's heart was set on making Paranormal Activity 2 for Paramount. All in all, we're sure he'll still make the best movie possible. Just a shame he had to be douched into making it.
The first casting news from the already controversial seventh entry into the Saw franchise, Saw VII in 3D, has hit the net and it yields no shockers. Yet, that is.
We tried to keep it quiet by not mentioning it in our Saw VI Blu-ray and DVD review, but this is the Internet. News not only travels fast, in most cases it's also bootlegged and popped up on YouTube.
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Shawnee Smith, Shauna MacDonald, Devon Bostick Directed by Kevin Gruetert
His character Jigsaw may be "dead" (in the world of Saw it's always safer include those quotation marks), but that's not stopping Tobin Bell from playing a major role in the promotion machine for Saw VI, as evidenced by the featurette that just showed up on MySpace.
Lionsgate has unleashed a brand new website in celebration of Jigsaw's latest misadventures in Trapland that's host to some new content, and you can bet there will be a lot more in the coming weeks.
Yet another new one sheet for Kevin Greutert's first entry into Lionsgate's favorite Halloween franchise, Saw VI, has debuted today, showcasing a few of Jigsaw's favorite tools of the trade.
We’re only a few months away from the triumphant return of Costas Mandylor, and if you’re dying to find out more about the mysterious Saw VI, the San Diego Comic-Con has PLENTY of material to help tide fans over until Jigsaw’s latest caper hits theaters this fall.
Bummed you couldn't make it to this year's E3 event? Cheer up! What with all the Tweeting and Live Blogging taking place by those who could, it's almost just like being there.
This has really been the week for news on Bump, the Fangoria Graphix comic that will be headed to feature film land soon courtesy of The Rage director Robert Kurtzman.