We found this preview for Saw IV; the next scheduled release in the Saw franchise. Read on:
Surely by now the Saw franchise needs no introduction to most of IGN’s readers. The first picture in this horror series came in 2004, made by a pair of then Australian unknowns (director James Wan and scripter Leigh Whannell), and its huge success is often credited with having helped to launch the current “torture horror” movement. Studio Lionsgate has since followed with a sequel each year, with Darren Lynn Bousman taking over the director’s chair. (Some spoilers might follow, so consider yourselves warned.)
Saw IV is next for the series, scheduled for a Halloween 2007 release, with Bousman back as director. IGN recently caught up with the helmer, producer Oren Koules, and the series’ star killer, Jigsaw himself, Tobin Bell, to discuss the new film. The first topic that came up during our chat was the notion that four movies in four years seems like a real grind, but as Bousman sees it, the filmmakers are only serving a larger game plan.
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