Am I the only one who finds it hard to believe that we are in the haunt season of 2023 and we’re talking about a new SAW flick? SAW X debuts this Friday – and the buzz is strong.
This chapter will take us back to the start of it all as this tale reportedly takes place between the original and SAW II – hence Jigsaw and Amanda being around for the fun. Discussing Film got their hands on a clip – embedded below – and it gives us a pretty good look at a new sadistic trap that our ole buddy John Kramer is so fond of.
Ah yes – live or die, the choice is yours….been way too long since we’ve been able to watch someone have to make that decision.
We’re just days away from the return of Jigsaw and Amanda in 10th installment Saw X, a sequel to James Wan’s original horror classic that takes place before the events of Saw II.
While you wait, Discussing Film has shared a brand new clip from Saw X this week. The clip previews one of the twisted new traps we’ll be experiencing this coming weekend.
Watch the clip below and expect things to get VERY bloody this Friday…
Lionsgate teases, “The return of Tobin Bell to the franchise furthers Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures’ goal of a film that captures everything Saw fans love about the franchise, while also keeping them guessing with all-new traps and a new mystery to solve.”
“John Kramer (Tobin Bell) is back for the untold chapter of Jigsaw’s final games.”
“Set between the events of Saw I and II, a sick and desperate John travels to Mexico for a risky and experimental medical procedure in hopes of a miracle cure for his cancer – only to discover the entire operation is a scam to defraud the most vulnerable.
“The infamous killer returns to his work, turning the tables on the con artists in his signature visceral way through devious, deranged, and ingenious traps.”
Kevin Greutert returns behind the camera for the tenth chapter – this will make the third time playing the game.
There you have it – the stage is set for a skin-ripping, blood-squirting good time – the film opens everywhere this Friday – Sept. 29th.
Source: Discussing Film