Saw Films Are Going How Far?

There are rumors of a part IX and X. But I don’t believe it will go that far. I was one of the people who thought in was going to end at VI. VIII will be the last, I hope. I also think they can still end it. If the unrated DVD (VI) ends just a bit different, it would be all over.

All copied by the way.

In spite of less than thrilling box office numbers (its current worldwide gross is still less than the last entry’s opening weekend with only $26 million), Twisted Pictures forges ahead with Saw VII in 3-D. And today, Lions Gate has claimed an October 22, 2010 release date.

Paranormal Activity is to blame for Saw VI‘s lackluster performance.

Returning to the director’s chair for the seventh entry is David Hackl with a script by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan.
“The storyline that we started in V and carries through VI ends in Saw VIII,” says Burg. “Where it goes beyond that I couldn’t tell you. In my mind and Oren [Koules]’ mind, we have the story threaded through part VIII. I can’t tell you the franchise will continue after that.”


One Response to “Saw Films Are Going How Far?”

  1. Seriously?! Are you kidding me? Why would they even think about a IX and X?! The only thing I can say all these Saw films are doing is educating the very few people who still watch them on how to use Roman numerals. Way to go, Lions Gate!…if it weren’t for you, Roman numerals would be a lost art. So why not? Go ahead and make films all the way up to Roman numeral L. At least then, a very few people will be able to count from 1 to 50 in Roman numerals.

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