Check Out the Nasty New "Saw 4" Poster

Kitchen utensils and bloody surgical tools. Ew...

Movieweb has the very first piece of promotional material for this Halloween's "Saw 4," so check that out right here.

The fourth "Saw" movie is also the third one directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. New to the series are "Feast" writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan. According to this source, the cast includes Tobin Bell (obviously), Shawnee Smith, Lyriq Bent and Angus Macfadyen.



No more Dina Meyer though. Darnit.

Source: Movieweb

Comments

Gimy

Gimy Moo

wow...somebody needs some Lamisil...

Jun 13 - 06:49 AM

digitalsoul68

Bevan Calo

It's weird...there are no body parts this time in the poster. I don't mind all these Saw movies and I enjoyed the last one...but how long can they keep up the story?

And yeah...I wish Dina Meyer could be in it. *tears

Jun 13 - 07:15 AM

Merlin235

Merlin Ambrosius

"I don't mind all these Saw movies and I enjoyed the last one...but how long can they keep up the story?"

I'm confused.....these movies have a plot?

Jun 13 - 08:14 AM

ZOMB13

First Last

SPOILER

Didn't Jigsaw get killed in the last movie? Getting kind of ridiculous how elaborate this guy's schemes were from his deathbed...now we are supposed to believe he planned a whole movie's worth of new gags to happen after he is dead? Please..

Jun 13 - 07:40 AM

Infernal

Danny Sybrenson

Sorry, bud, no.

They announced this months ago that he'd return.

And he got a slash on the neck, big deal, he'll be back.

Besides, everyone just assumed he was dead because that's the last thing they saw.

And Amanda got shot, but that's it. She'll return.

Jun 13 - 08:03 PM

ZOMB13

First Last

SPOILER

Oh come on..

The guy has a hole in his head, a huge brain tumor, is bedridden, and takes a circular saw to the neck producing a fountain of blood. Is this guy Jason Vorhees or something?

Jun 14 - 07:22 AM

brucewayne2740

Zain Taj Ahmed

why is that soo hard to believe ?

Jun 14 - 10:54 AM

Merlin235

Merlin Ambrosius

"I don't mind all these Saw movies and I enjoyed the last one...but how long can they keep up the story?"

I'm confused.....these movies have a plot?

Jun 13 - 08:14 AM

I Am Remote

Robert Pilkington

I'll see it. The original was good. The second wasn't. The third was somewhere in between.

I'm interested to see how they keep Tobin Bell in there, though.

Jun 13 - 08:44 AM

TonyDHelms29624

Tony Helms

[b]Silverware?!?![/b]
Is Hannibal Lector making an appearance? LOL

Jun 13 - 10:28 AM

Gimy

Gimy Moo

this series doesn't have a plot. thats what impresses me about the marketing for these flicks. same as blair witch, you take a BAD product and sell it so well that people think this is a great horror flick. go rent 20 "horror" movies that WERE NOT released in theaters...and i bet 10 are better than the Saw ones. its just a bad overall series, no better than Are You Scared? or some other sh3t low budget horror movies

they need to just say, hey audience...we know you're stupid...but listen, we like the actor who plays Jiggy-Saw...so uh...this time, he'll play Jigs "twin brother". yeah, that sounds good...and uh...he'll be..."lost" somewhere, come back to meet his brother and be mad that he's dead, and take revenge on everybody else in the world. that way you don't have to worry about the sickness, the health issue...or every other plot hole. good? great! aaaaaaaaaaaaaand action!

Jun 13 - 10:29 AM

dOiNk

jason padinske

You compared Saw to Blair Witch and say it's no better than Are You Scared?! Yeah, you're officially retarded and should no longer provide your opinion on horror movies, thanks.

Jun 13 - 10:53 AM

dOiNk

jason padinske

You compared Saw to Blair Witch and say it's no better than Are You Scared?! Yeah, you're officially retarded and should no longer provide your opinion on horror movies, thanks.

Jun 13 - 10:53 AM

South_park300

First Last

i really like the Saw series, and Bell said the ending to the 4th Saw is "tremendous"

this series has its haters, but i really dont care. i like it

Jun 13 - 11:39 AM

digitalsoul68

Bevan Calo

I'm with you on this one, South_park300. I'm not obsessed with the gore part of it even though I'm a horror fan, but I've enjoyed the story and how it's unfolding. Yeah, there is a plot and sometimes it is flimsy, but to me it's still enjoyable. I'd debate more with the rest of you, but obviously we're morons for liking this series.

Jun 13 - 02:03 PM

arendr

Arend Anton

The Saw movies are based around a great concept but are pathetically executed. I know these are supposed to be a sort of guilty pleasure, but they don't scare me at all. I just laugh at them. Horror movies rely on gore rather than fright way too often (Hostel is another offender).

I know, here I go, pissing everyone off again.

Jun 13 - 12:00 PM

SplendidIsolation

Rick King

Now we know its from the guys who made "Feast"

Jun 13 - 12:24 PM

Shatter24

Jeremiah Rancourt

[b]The Saw series, an overview[/b]
The first Saw was brilliant, and created a mini-genre in horror that Hostel and Tourista are a part of. The second Saw, while not as good as the first, still had interesting and smart ideas and some good performances and scenes. The third film was crap, unoriginal, poorly executed, and outside the themes of the prior films (actually attempting to undo what was so brilliant in the first two). I also thought it would end the series, since they killed everybody off. I don't see how they can fix that, unless they pretend #3 didn't exist (like Halloween 3).

See my review of Saw 3 on my website, www.thereelguy.com

Jun 13 - 01:02 PM

AlbertBrodsky

AC Persons

[b]If you like saw, you are probably a moron[/b]
Seriously, the first one was not epic. It wasn't even good. The acting was horrible. The script was mediocre at best. How about the scene with Danny Glover and the asian cop finding the bad guys lair? Instead of freeing the hostage in the chair, they decide to hide to see what will happen. Are you freaking kidding me? That is stupid. But I guess the "genious" writers couldn't think of any other reason for letting the bad guy get away. These movies succeed for one reason; gore. People like to be grossed out. If you have a fetish on seeing people tortured, you might need help.

Jun 13 - 01:19 PM

clamman27

Rob Clark

[b]If you call someone a moron, you must be one too..[/b]
The first SAW had little in the way of gore.

Having differences of opinions is fine. Calling people morons for liking something is not acceptable. It's rude and childish. The beauty of our society is freedom of choice. If you don't like something, don't watch it. Don't call people that do morons. It shows a real lack of intelligence and actually makes you look dumber than the movies you are on here bashing.

Jun 13 - 02:00 PM

AlbertBrodsky

AC Persons

[b]Thanks for the lecture...[/b]
I never said that you should'nt watch these movies, I'm just making the claim that this is not highly intellectual material, and to pass if off as such is degrading to the movie industry. Hollywood is appealing to the masses of simple people. Smart and well made movies don't appeal to those of average or below average intelligence. That's why the crappiest movies make the most money. Keeping watching your gore fests, I could care less. I just prefer Hitchcock to Hostel any day of the week.

Jun 14 - 07:51 AM

CannibalPenguins

Jaja Jaja

[b]DON'T YOU EVER![/b]
Gore is beautiful, don't hate!

Jun 14 - 12:54 AM

galactus_planetkiller

x c

you're a fuckin moron asshole i liked saw so screw you retard

Jun 14 - 11:00 AM

AlbertBrodsky

AC Persons

[b]Yeah, you must be the key demographic for that cra[/b]
I don't hate you man. Don't burn down the trailer court on my account.

Jun 14 - 11:26 AM

clamman27

Rob Clark

[b]If you call someone a moron, you must be one too..[/b]
The first SAW had little in the way of gore.

Having differences of opinions is fine. Calling people morons for liking something is not acceptable. It's rude and childish. The beauty of our society is freedom of choice. If you don't like something, don't watch it. Don't call people that do morons. It shows a real lack of intelligence and actually makes you look dumber than the movies you are on here bashing.

Jun 13 - 02:00 PM

AlbertBrodsky

AC Persons

[b]Thanks for the lecture...[/b]
I never said that you should'nt watch these movies, I'm just making the claim that this is not highly intellectual material, and to pass if off as such is degrading to the movie industry. Hollywood is appealing to the masses of simple people. Smart and well made movies don't appeal to those of average or below average intelligence. That's why the crappiest movies make the most money. Keeping watching your gore fests, I could care less. I just prefer Hitchcock to Hostel any day of the week.

Jun 14 - 07:51 AM

digitalsoul68

Bevan Calo

I'm with you on this one, South_park300. I'm not obsessed with the gore part of it even though I'm a horror fan, but I've enjoyed the story and how it's unfolding. Yeah, there is a plot and sometimes it is flimsy, but to me it's still enjoyable. I'd debate more with the rest of you, but obviously we're morons for liking this series.

Jun 13 - 02:03 PM

marktron

First Last

That poster might as well read "Hostel 3".

Jun 13 - 02:14 PM

FILMCZY

First Last

Since we're talking gore, has anyone ever done a list of the best all-time gore scenes?

I can think of two:

The chest-busting scene in "Alien" and

The "head giving head" scene from "Re-Animator".

Jun 13 - 02:19 PM

FireflyFan4evr

Steven Johnson

Wooooooooo...... MORE torture porn!!!!! I can hardly wait!!! not. After Saw III, I won't be seeing anymore of these films.

Jun 13 - 02:35 PM

Mr. Kong

Sam jacobs

I never saw any of the Saw movies. I was excited for Saw because it looked like it would be an original horror movie (hey, I was 11 then). I figured that Saw's II and III would be pointless. If a 5th is released, I will give up all hope in the horror genre.

Jun 13 - 03:25 PM

Ryan_Dillon

Ryan Dillon

I remember being in class and someone gave away the ending to me ( which makes me lose interest if i know what is going to happen) and this was for SAWII, since then i rented saw 2 and havnt seen the third one yet.

Personally I enjoyed the saw movies ( that I have seen) and I think this series gets crapped on way too much. When the first SAW came out it was original, along with the others ( even though some say theres a decline in originality) but people take movies like these way to seriously when they look at the plot, dialogue, acting, etc. Its suppose to be about the twists in the end and the getting shivers and chills when someone knifes a guys stomach to get the key to the reverse bear trap off there head ( and we thought we had bad days..)

I plan on renting number 3 and seeing 4 in theatres , The SAW series is not parrt of my halloween tradition with my friends.

as for the poster, ya there is no body parts which is a bit of a let down cause it would be nice to see what new body part they were gonna use, but it does mean its different, which COULD ( its just a poster so may not) mean that the movie is new and fresh comapred to the other ones.

Jun 13 - 03:38 PM

FireflyFan4evr

Steven Johnson

Yes, the first two were pretty good (and I'm definitely NOT a horror fan- I only own 6 out of a collection of about 200 DVD's), but the third one was definitely very, very bad. Ruined the series for me after that point. I think people here on RT do crap on the series way too much when compared to other films they pour admiration upon (ie- the overrated hack also known as David Lynch).

Angus McFayden should go back to acting in films he's GOOD in, such as Braveheart and get his butt out of terrible low-grade movies.

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