Scott Patterson Talks Saw V

He doesn't say a great deal, you understand, but he does talk about Saw V.

These days, Scott Patterson is known to fans of the CW's Aliens in America as the perpetually befuddled Gary Tolchuck -- but those of you who remember him as Agent Strahm in Saw IV needn't worry: He'll be back for Saw V.

Patterson spoke with IGN Movies recently about the upcoming sequel, admitting that he hadn't seen a script yet (the producers are "very secretive"), but letting slip that production begins March 17. Unfortunately, when it comes to storyline details, he's just as in the dark as the rest of us:

They don't give you much. And we're not really permitted to talk about it. The level of secrecy...I signed all these forms. They could take away my house if I mentioned a storyline.

Patterson's Saw contract actually calls for him to stick around through Saw VI, but he harbors no illusions about that providing any measure of job security; as he tells IGN, "they can kill off any character at any's their option."

To read more of Patterson's thoughts about the ins and outs of working on the Saw franchise, follow the link below!

Source: IGN Movies



Rusty Baldwin

I know I rented Saw 3 and 4, but I can't remeber one damn thing from these movies.

Mar 5 - 06:20 AM


Matanuki .

Saw IV was pretty much ...all over the place.

Mar 5 - 06:24 AM


Naveed Shah

ugh! when r they gonna stop making these crappy movies

Mar 5 - 06:22 AM


b x

shutup troll there not crappy

Mar 5 - 11:35 AM


Matanuki .

Saw IV was pretty much ...all over the place.

Mar 5 - 06:24 AM


Richard Fernandez

I'm calling this right now. Saw 5 takes place during Saw 0.

Mar 5 - 07:20 AM


Brian Kinsella

I've already figured it out. The true mastermind is...the little girl from the third movie. She conveniently just disappeared.

Mar 5 - 07:32 AM


Matt Roden

yah ive been wondering where the hell shes at, shes jus locked up somewhere dying? fun.

Jun 27 - 02:52 PM

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Tony Pagano

I've figured out the secret to enjoying the Saw movies- stop watching them after 2.

It worked for me, anyway.

Mar 5 - 08:58 AM


lance berry

I can't believe this stupid film series even exists.

Mar 5 - 09:16 AM


b x

i can't believe you exist so shutup

Mar 5 - 11:36 AM


Brian Bara

Personally, I enjoyed the first two. Now it's just beating a dead horse. Let it die, already.

Mar 5 - 09:19 AM


Gimy Moo

until somebody(wes craven, hello???) makes a better series and dirty sanchez's this series during the Halloween week...this will continue until Saw 50. they can't make sequels if they don't make money. NOTHING ELSE ever comes out thats half decent at that time. the ONLY way this ever stops is if a series(nightmare, hellraiser?) comes along and beats it. problem is...nobody seems to think they can beat this crap franchise, which says ALOT about the horror genre nowadays.

Mar 5 - 10:50 AM


b x

shutup troll there not crappy

Mar 5 - 11:35 AM


b x

i can't believe you exist so shutup

Mar 5 - 11:36 AM


Jesse Rodgers

The first one was dumb. Stop watching this ****, they'll stop making it. That is all.

Mar 5 - 12:35 PM


Daniel Klooster

I never understood the hype around the first one. It wasn't all that shocking and a pretty poor horror movie. I found SII and SIII more entertaining. SIV lost me, probably because I don't pay close enough attention to these movies (and it seemed to make a lot of connections to III). There are direct to DVD horror films that are much better than these.

Mar 5 - 01:09 PM


Eric Cormier

This Series is an amazing series! Listen to me, As long as all of the sequels fit in the story line, i'm fine with it!

Saw V will patch up all of the rest of the questions and the final movie Saw VI will be a grand finale to one of the most disgusting horror franchises of all time

Mar 5 - 01:24 PM


Greg Guro

I think the doll from Chucky should show up and do kung fu against that annoying trycicle clown doll. . .

Mar 5 - 01:46 PM


J Dweezy

Remember and Compare the first SAW to its sequels...

No comparison!

Saw 2, 3, 4 = Straight-to-DVD garbage...specially 4 (bunch of no-name actors/actresses and a hanging donnie wahlberg).

What made the first Saw memorable was character development, decent acting, tension, great build up, crazy climax, a fresh and twisted "gore factor", characters to care for, a surprising twist at the end...Saw was a classic in its own right.

Mar 5 - 02:44 PM

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Dominique Amsterdam

I don't know about classic, BrotherGrim, but I do have a soft spot for Saw. It was pretty good, in my eyes, for the reasons you mentioned.

Say all you want to about the sequels, though.

Mar 5 - 03:15 PM


Eli Thomas

Why don't they just make it a TV show?

These movies have become episodes.

Mar 5 - 03:28 PM

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Robert Pilkington

I don't understand hatred for Saw. I and IV are pretty decent.

Mar 5 - 05:09 PM

The Great One


I founs enjoyment in the first two, wasnt a big fan of the third, and thought the fourth was a steaming pile of CRAP that was a complete waste of time....stop it!

Mar 5 - 05:21 PM

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