With Saw 10 coming this week we look forward to Saw 11!
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With a new movie coming out this week we’re diving headfirst into the twisted world of Saw once again! Oren Koules, the mastermind producer behind the latest blood-curdling installment, Saw X, is here to spill the guts, I mean, beans, about the possibility of Saw 11 resurrecting our beloved horror franchise!
Picture it: You’ve got your popcorn, the lights are dimmed, and you’re ready for another round of spine-tingling terror. But wait, where’s our man, John Kramer?
The last time we saw him was in Jigsaw back in 2017. That’s a long hiatus for a guy who loves to play games with people’s lives, right? Don’t fret, my fellow gore enthusiasts, because Saw X is about to resurrect the OG horror series with John Kramer making a glorious return after a six-year absence.
But that’s not even the juiciest part of the story! Oren Koules, the puppet master pulling the strings behind the scenes, spilled the guts, I mean, beans again in an interview with Comicbook.com. He teased the tantalizing possibility of Saw 11 lurking in the shadows, just waiting to make its gruesome entrance. Can you feel the chills running down your spine?
‘We’re kind of superstitious. We tend not to get too far ahead of ourselves. The movie’s going to be released in a few days. For us, we do have ideas for the next one, we haven’t put pen to paper. But this is his story, we really wanted it to be John Kramer’s story and tell a John Kramer story. So for the first 30 minutes of the movie, he’s John Kramer, you don’t have any hint of Jigsaw‘
Koules isn’t letting any spoilers slip just yet but did admit they have some dark, diabolical ideas brewing for the future, but they haven’t put pen to paper just yet. Right now, it’s all about John Kramer’s story. In fact, for the first 30 minutes of the movie, he’s pure John Kramer, no Jigsaw in sight. It’s like a horror fan’s dream come true!
So, dear horror hounds, keep your eyes peeled for Saw X, and let your imagination run wild with the possibility of Saw 11 lurking in the shadows. Who knows what gruesome games and blood-soaked puzzles await us in the next chapters of this legendary franchise? Grab your bear traps and get ready for a wild ride through the twisted world of Saw!
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The Saw franchise, known for its gruesome traps and mind-bending plots, is gearing up to unleash its tenth installment, “Saw X,” on eager horror aficionados this September. However, what’s particularly intriguing about this new addition is that it’s technically “Saw II” in the franchise’s official timeline. Buckle up, because we’re diving into the twisted world of Saw where timelines crisscross, and terror knows no bounds.
Saw X: A New Puzzle Piece
“Saw X” promises to deliver more of the franchise’s iconic traps and spine-chilling thrills, all while shedding light on a different facet of the infamous John Kramer, portrayed by the talented Tobin Bell. The official synopsis teases, “John Kramer 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. Armed with a newfound purpose, the infamous serial killer returns to his work, turning the tables on the con artists in his signature visceral way through devious, deranged, and ingenious traps.”
A Timeline Tangle
Now, here’s where things get intriguing and perhaps a tad confusing. The official synopsis states that “Saw X” is set after the events of the original “Saw.” For fans of the franchise, this immediately raises a question: Considering John Kramer’s demise, could Tobin Bell’s return to the series involve flashbacks once more?
However, the truth is a hair-raising twist in itself. “Saw X” doesn’t dwell in the past through flashbacks; instead, it plunges headfirst into a time warp, positioning its narrative between the spine-tingling events of the original “Saw” from 2004 and its equally chilling 2005 sequel, “Saw II.”
A Return to the Roots
In a recent featurette released by Lionsgate, director Kevin Greutert offered insights into their approach for “Saw X.” He explained, “It was our desire to make a film that feels more like the early Saw movies.” For fans of the franchise, this statement is a breath of fresh air, as it hints at a return to the suspenseful and psychological horror that characterized the early installments.
Producer Oren Koules further clarified their vision, declaring, “In our mind, this is really Saw II.” This revelation is sure to excite fans who have a soft spot for the intensity and intricate storytelling of the original movies.
A Tapestry of Terror Unfolds
As we eagerly await the release of “Saw X,” we find ourselves in a web of timelines and terror. John Kramer, the enigmatic puppeteer of pain, is set to take us on another nightmarish journey, revealing yet another layer to his twisted legacy. The traps will be deadlier, the puzzles more diabolical, and the horror more heart-pounding than ever before.
So, dear horror enthusiasts, prepare yourselves for a spine-tingling trip down memory lane, as “Saw X” weaves a sinister tale between the blood-soaked pages of “Saw” and “Saw II.” It’s a puzzle that promises to leave you breathless, questioning the very essence of human survival, and, of course, screaming for more.
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