We received the final poster art for David Hackl's Saw V, and it boasts that we'll "never believe how it ends." But ... isn't there already a sixth Saw film in the works? Do they mean how this trap ends or how this chapter ends? The fourth sequel in the Saw franchise follows the path of destruction the new Jigsaw creates as he attempts to keep his identity a secret. Torture, flashbacks, and hopefully more pig masks await us in theatres on October 24th.
Unlike previous Saw films, the fifth entry in the franchise has some of us genre fans genuinely interested. Why? Well, we have someone else in Jigsaw's shoes, with an entirely new motive, and a new director has our hopes set higher than the previous flicks.
At some point over the last couple of days, the first teaser for Saw V finally showed up online, not in some crappy taped-at-Comic-Con YouTube format, but rather right here on Dread Central!
A Saw V clip is spinning right now at Comic-Con, and we've got the description of it right here! First, Buz chimed in saying the trap shown in the fourth Saw sequel's teaser was a "glass box thing stuck on a dude's head." OK, that as descriptive as we're going to get, I guess, but Buz sure made me laugh with that text message. Anyway, on to the clip...
Saw V ... who knew we'd actually see so many sequels to a small and twisted horror film that surfaced back in 2004? In the sequels that followed, we've seen a real split between horror fans who like and dislike the franchise. Will the fourth sequel bring them together in happy harmony?
Lionsgate has done it again ... created an incredibly effective, incredibly creepy and incredibly badass teaser poster for Saw V. Damn them, I want to get sick of this series already, but they just keep sucking me back in!
We recently gave you the first word that the sickos behind The Scream Factory would be showing off their wares at this weekend’s Wizard World Chicago. Today we got word on just what one of those wares will be...
And the Bump madness rolls on ... When The Scream Factory announced their formation last week and to expect some great casting news this week, I really didn’t think it’d be every single day!
If you needed any further proof that Robert Kurtzman’s Bump is finally making the transition from comics to film, look no further than some fantastic casting news that The Scream Factory announced today: Ashley Laurence has joined the cast of Bump, working alongside genre icon Tobin Bell!
Remember The Scream Factory announcement we alluded to last week (“What is The Scream Factory?” – April 2008)? Well, it's here! The alliance of film, music, literary and comic book pros has a lot available for horror fans over at Wowio, and it's all free! So what do they have in store for you? Let's take a look at the list:
Robert Kurtzman’s Precinct 13 just keeps getting bigger and bigger! Today it was announced that the former Fangoria Comics title Bump is making its way to the big screen and a star has been cast!