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Sail the Sea with Saw

Sometimes, man, you just have to get away on vacation. A cruise maybe. Fun, sun, drinking, relaxation, dismemberment, screaming, torture. Yep it's all on the agenda when you sign up for Saw at Sea.

Twisted Pictures Joins the Wild Bunch

According to Deadline Twisted Pictures, the company behind the Saw series and other genre films, has made an output and distribution deal with Wild Bunch. Read on for details.

CONTEST CLOSED! UK Readers: Win a Saw 3D Prize Pack!

If you’re one of our beloved UK readers and feeling a bit left out by our current US Saw 3D giveaway, then fret not for we have some prizes for you as well!

Film4 Frightfest '10: Bill Moseley Running for His Life in New Still From The Tortured

One movie we've been talking about here in the States for what feels like forever now is Twisted Pictures' new flick, The Tormented starring genre favorite Bill Moseley. Unfortunately for us yanks, we're still waiting for premiere news of our own, however the flick will be playing at this year's Film4 FrightFest and we've got a new still to prove it!

The UK Prepares to be Tortured on DVD

One film that has been kicking around forever is Twisted Pictures' latest foray into revenge and darkness, Rob Lieberman's The Tortured. Luckily for all parties concerned the flick finally has a DVD release date in the UK, and we've got a look at the DVD artwork to prove it!

AFM Promo Trailer: The Tortured

A new promotional trailer for Twisted Pictures' latest foray into revenge and darkness, The Tortured, popped up in time for AFM, and as always we've got you covered for a quick look!

Twisted Pictures Wants You to Feel Sorrow

Another comic-to-film adaptation is in the pipeline, this one from Twisted Pictures, the company most known for its Saw films. It's called Sorrow and is the brainchild of Rick Remender, Seth Peck, and Francesco Francavilla published by Image Comics.

Twisted Pictures Revving a 3D Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Jason's done 3D (and will do so again next year). Freddy's done 3D. Michael Myers might do 3D. Now Leatherface is going to rev up his chainsaw for a three-dimensional chainsaw massacre, at least if the Saw producers close their pending deal to take over the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise.

Darren Bousman Bringing us Mother's Day

Talk about timing! With Mother's Day just a few days away the news has come out tonight that the remake is officially a go! Even better -- the folks behind it? Read on and see for yourself!

Teaser Trailer for The Tortured

An early trailer for Twisted Pictures' latest foray into revenge and darkness, Rob Lieberman's The Tortured, popped up online today, and as always we've got you covered for a quick look!

Director Andy Fickman on RKO Remakes

As you may recall, RKO announced a deal with Twisted Pictures earlier last year, and as a result there has been a lot of chatter amongst the two companies about horror remakes. ComingSoon published an interview with director Andy Fickman (Race to Witch Mountain), who will be producing I Walked with a Zombie for RKO and Twisted Pictures, about some of them.

Adam Marcus to Remake I Walked With a Zombie

During an interview with Shock Till You Drop the director of Race to Witch Mountain, Andy Fickman, revealed some interesting tidbits of news about Jason Goes to Hell director Adam Marcus' involvement in Twisted Pictures' upcoming remake of I Walked With a Zombie.

Saw Sequel in 3D?

I guess if they want the Saw series to go out with some style, they should be thinking of gimmicks to make sure people actually go see it. Yeah, I know Saw V did over $100 million; it still sucked.

Saw V Soundtrack & New Contest

Man, with all the Saw V stuff we’ve been getting lately, you’d think the film comes out this Friday or something. Oh, right, it does. Sorry about that.

Fickman Shepherding RKO Remakes

A new development has come to light regarding the proposed remakes of classic RKO horror pictures today, with the announcement that RKO’s new horror subsidiary Roseblood would be joining with Twisted Pictures to make the remakes a reality, according to Variety.