SAW 3D DIRECTED BY Kevin Greutert (SAW VI)

Tobin Bell
(SAW Franchise, The Kill Point)
Cary Elwes
(Princess Bride, SAW)
Costas Mandylor
(Beowulf, SAW Franchise)
Betsy Russell
(SAW Franchise, The Break)
Sean Patrick Flanery
(Adventures of Young Indiana Jones, Stephen King’s Dead Zone)

This Halloween the most twisted, gruesome and successful horror franchise in the world unleashes a new game. Following a genre-dominating six-film strong legacy; the world’s first horror themed rollercoaster SAW the Ride; the new live action horror maze SAW Alive and a video game SAW the Game comes an all new eye popping experience…SAW 3D.

In SAW 3D, the seventh chapter, a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw’s brutal legacy. A group of Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) survivors gathers to seek the support of self-help guru, and fellow survivor, Bobby Dagen (Sean Patrick Flanery). Soon though, the survivors really must help themselves as Dagen’s dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror…

The SAW franchise; once more sets an industry record by being the first theatrical feature to be shot exclusively on the cutting-edge SI-3D digital camera system. SAW 3D brings the horrifying games of Jigsaw to life like never before, psychologically testing the viewer as Jigsaw does his victims. By adding another sensory dimension to the already overwhelming experience of viewing any SAW film, SAW 3D truly pushes the boundaries.

SAW 3D is directed by Kevin Greutert, produced by Oren Koules, Mark Burg and Gregg Hoffman. SAW 3D is a Lionsgate Release. Twisted Pictures Presents a Burg/Koules/Hoffman Production.


SAW is the Guinness world’s records most successful horror franchise receiving over seven million cinema admissions and selling over two million DVD’s in the UK to date.

SAW ALIVE –Thorpe Park
THORPE PARK, the UK’s thrill capital launched its newest and most shocking attraction, SAW Alive – the world’s most extreme live action horror maze, opened to the public on 8th March, 2010. SAW Alive is a bloody, intense and psychological live experience that will make the grotesque fiction of the films a reality. Featuring real-life depictions of the six most iconic scenes from the SAW films, those entering the experience real psychological and sensory terror, with their nerves pushed to the absolute limit.

SAW THE RIDE – Thorpe Park
SAW – THE RIDE boasts a nerve-shredding beyond vertical drop of 100° from a staggering height of 100ft. Featuring macabre situations from the franchise, riders will have to face the ‘head chopper’ at the base of the huge freefall drop. SAW – THE RIDE is the biggest G-force rollercoaster experience in Europe. The coaster hits between a massive 4.0 and 4.7G’s a total of six times throughout the course of the 100 second ride duration subjecting its passengers to a more extreme G-force experience than a space shuttle rocket launch.

Developed by Zombie Studios and using key elements from the incredibly successful film franchise from Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures, SAW –THE GAME invites players to engage in a horrific game inside the treacherous corridors of an abandoned insane asylum that has been transformed into a gauntlet of terrors by Jigsaw, the movie series’ maniacal antagonist. SAW –THE GAME expands the survival horror genre by allowing players, to experience the terror of SAW on their game console for the first time, and will pit them against Jigsaw, his brutal traps and the mind bending puzzles that have become synonymous with the film franchise.


We have free tickets for one winner and one of their friends to go to Thorpe Park to celebrate the release of Saw 3D on October 29th. Tickets are valid until November 7th so get entering now for your chance to win! Simply leave us a comment below and tell us which Saw film was your favourite and why! We’ll pick a winner on or after September 14th 2010.

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  • My favourite has and to be saw 1 when those 2 guys got stuck in that room, one of them had to kill the other including he had to saw his leg off and the mum and child had been blindfolded and handcuffed,that man nearly killed them. I remember the bear trap when the woman killed her flat mate. I still can’t believe that man nearly go through all that barb wire in time. At them end it was such a suprise that Jigsaw was on the floor.

  • i’m a huge fan of them all, but the 1st one is the best , as no one guessed the ending, no one knew what to expect. It really was the first of its kind and left lots of people shocked at the ending

  • Always the first one for me – the original and still the best, you don’t know what to expect, good storyline and edge of the seat terror!

  • Definately the first film! Just because it was so unpredictable, the following films were good, but there was an idea of what would happen in them that was non-existant in the first one!

  • Like everyone else, I completely loved the first film. I was rooted to my seat and absolutely repulsed/terrified – surely the best way to feel about a movie!

    However, for rewatchability, I am goign to go out on a limb and say that I loved the second one – the pit of syringes STILL makes me queasy just thinking about it.

  • It has to be Saw II. I mean, it was just such a twist at the end and the ‘double agent’ use of Amanda was just so, so clever. I did not expect the twist AT ALL.

  • Saw IV had the traps that made me squirm the most with the knife chair, the hair trap, the bed trap, the spike trap and the infamous ice block trap. Really blood curdling stuff. Love it and I would love to visit Saw The Ride too! Can’t wait for the new film!!

  • I agree the first Saw movie was the most original and had a great ending, but actually maybe I liked Saw II best. It had some of the worst traps that really made me cringe – the glass trap with the razor blades, the furnace, and worst of all – the needle pit!!!

  • It has to be the 1st film as it was a film that just came out from no where` and completely fooled me with is brilliant ending which i never saw! coming… 😉

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